Biography of Lady Bird Johnson


Throughout her long life, Lady Bird Johnson embraced challenge and adventure. From a shy, nature-loving young woman to first lady of the land, she approached life with intelligence, independence, and an inner-strength. After marrying Lyndon B. Johnson, she came more and more into the public eye, using the platform of first lady of the United States to propel her causes - primarily conservation and education - and others of her husband's Great Society programs. In every role - daughter, single young woman, mother, political partner, widow, grandmother - she left her mark. Lady Bird Johnson gives readers an inside look at the life of this influential and gracious woman.

  • Published by Western National Parks Association in 2006
  • Written by Rose Houk
  • Audience: adult
  • rim size: 6" x 9"
  • Page count: 48 pages
  • Binding style: paperback
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-5836901-61-1
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