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10 thoughts on “Annaleise Carr

  1. says:

    A great read, especially for Tweens and teens An inspiration about Annaleise Carr being the youngest to swim across Lake Ontario, and the reason behind it is what blows my mind She wasn t old enough to volunteer for Camp Trillium, a camp that provides a...


  2. says:

    VERY good I really liked it I know it was super short but still Very inspiring


  3. says:

    Short, simple, inspiring story of a 14 year old who worked hard to swim across Lake Ontario to raise funds for an autistic summer camp.


  4. says:

    Awesome book for young swimmers age 10 and up perhaps Writing is definitely simple and geared for middle school students Great story of leadership, motivation and perseverance.


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    Title Annaleise CarrAuthor Annaleise Carr as told to Deborah Ellis Note I believe this link to Ms Ellis page is correct, but the book is not listed on her page If this is incorrect, please advise and I will correct it Publisher James Lorimer Company., Ltd PublishersYear September 1, 2014Pages Nook e Book via NetGalley 63Camp TrilliumFollow on Twitter Annaleise Disclaimer I was provided a free e book copy of this book in exchange for my fair and unbiased review Visit NetGal Title Annaleise CarrAuthor Annaleise Carr as told to Deborah Ellis Note I believe this link to Ms Ellis page is correct, but the book is not listed on her page If this is incorrect, please advise and I will correct it Publisher James Lorimer Company., Ltd PublishersYear September 1, 2014Pages Nook e Book via NetGalley 63Camp TrilliumFollow on Twitter Annaleise Disclaimer I was provided a free e book copy of this book in exchange for my fair and unbiased review Visit NetGalley forinf...


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    On August 18, 2012, Annaleise Carr became the youngest person to swim across Lake Ontario Even better than her achievement is the story of why she undertook the challenge.Annaliese is an avid swimmer who belonged to both a pool swimming club and an open water swimming club Every year, her open water swimming club put together a 10K swim on Lake Erie as a fundraiser One year, a teammate suggested they raise money for Camp Trillium, a camp for kids who have been diagnosed with cancer When they On August 18, 2012, Annaleise Carr became the youngest person to swim across Lake Ontario Even better than her achievement is the story of why she undertook the challenge.Annaliese is an avid ...


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    Great Read A Girl With A Cause Annaleise Carr is the youngest person to swim across Lake Ontario, and this book is her story Already a competitive swimmer, she was inspired to raise funds for Camp Trillium, a camp for children with cancer and their siblings, in Canada, when she was told she was too young to volunteer at the camp This is the story of Annaleise s remarkable swim across the lake, how she derived strength on this arduous journey by thinking about the kids she was helping, and wh Great Read A Girl With A Cause Annaleise Carr is the youngest person to swim across Lake Ontario, and this book is her story Already a competitive swimmer, she was inspired to raise funds for Camp Trillium, a camp for children with cancer and their siblings, in Canada, when she was told she was too young to volunteer at the camp This is the story of Annaleise s remarkable swim across the lake, how she derived strength on this arduous journey by thinking about the kids she was helping, and what she learned about herself during the swim She was very resourceful in raising money for the camp, learned how to be a goo...


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    I read Annaelise Carr How I conquered Lake Ontario to help kids with cancer, written by Annaelise Carr, as told by Deborah Ellis This book was a very good book I was going to pick a different one, but I m glad I chose this instead It was all about Annaelise having the idea to visit Camp Trillium and wanting to raise money for the kids diagnosed with cancer at that camp.This book was very informative, and there wasn t very much action, but overall, this book was the most inspiring It took a I read Annaelise Carr How I conquered Lake Ontario to help kids with cancer, written by Annaelise Carr, as told by Deborah Ellis This book was a very good book I was going to pick a different one, but I m glad I chose this instead It was all about Annaelise having the idea to visit Camp Trillium and wanting to raise money for the kids diagnosed with cancer at that camp.This book was very informative, and there wasn t very much action, but overall, this book was the most inspiring It took a little less time to read than I thought it would, but that was because it was a short book This book was written about a year ago and started when Annaelise was 13 but in order for her to swing across the Lake Ontario, she had to be 14 She mentioned in the start of the book that she was 15 so, This book was written a couple of years ago.The personality I got from the book was an overall inspiring story, and made me wan...


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    Several things attracted me to this book it as a true story told by the middle school student who accomplished this record setting feat, it had plenty of photos to bring the story to life, and author Deborah Ellis Parvana s Journey, The Breadwinner had helped Annaleise to write it Once I started reading, I went straight through it without stopping Annaleise s personality shines through so clearly her generosity, determination, courage, and humor all become clear as she talks about her fam Several things attracted me to this book it as a true story told by the middle school student who accomplished this record setting feat, it had plenty of photos to bring the story to life, and author Deborah Ellis Parvana s Journey, The Breadwinner had helped Annaleise to write it Once I started reading, I went straight through it without stopping Annaleise s personality shines through so clearly her generosity, determination, courage, and humor all become clear as she talks about her famous swim She decided to swim across Lake Ontario to raise money for Camp Trillium a camp for children with cancer and their siblings when she found out she ...


  10. says:

    This is the autobiography of Annaleise Carr a 14 year old girl who swam across Lake Ontario in 27 hours to raise money and awareness for childhood cancer In 2012 she broke the world record becoming the youngest person to make the swim Not only is Annaleise an amazing person, she s a pretty good writer, too Her story is engaging and heartwarming She talks about what gave her the idea to take on this challenge h...


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Annaleise Carr Over Eight Months Worth Of Planning, Hundreds Of Hours Of Hard Physical Training, Amassing A Team Of Dedicated Crewmates, Approaching Sponsors And Collecting Donations And Finally, Swimming For Twenty Seven Hours Across The Cold, Rough Waters Of Lake Ontario.Why Would A Fourteen Year Old Girl Take On Such A Challenge For Annaleise Carr, The Motivation Came Not From A Desire For Glory Her Ultimate Quest Was To Raise Money For Her New Friends At Camp Trillium, A Charity That Provides A Camping Experience For Kids With Cancer What Kept Her Going Through The Cold Water, The Exhaustion, And The Terrifying Night Swim Was The Thought Of Those Kids And Their Families That She Was Helping In August Of 2012, She Became The Youngest Person To Cross Lake Ontario, Breaking The Record Set Than Fifty Years Earlier By Marilyn Bell.Readers Will Meet An Extraordinary Fourteen Year Old Girl In This Book As She Tells Her Story, It Becomes Clear How Idealism And An Intense Desire To Help Others Can Lead A Young Teen To Almost Unimaginable Achievements Fry Reading Level 4.8

  • Paperback
  • 144 pages
  • Annaleise Carr
  • Annaleise Carr
  • 27 August 2018
  • 1459406311

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