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1: Princess Diana By Hannah Theyerl Diana The People's Princess Richard Wood
2: Childhood Princess Diana grew up in a very wealthy house. When Diana was only seven year old her parents got divorced and her mother moved away to London. Her life was very difficult, especially in school. She had a very weak academic standing. When Diana was just nine her father sent her away to a boarding school. What she loved about this school was that she could keep her pet guinea pig, Peanuts there with her. Here she was extremely good at swimming and dancing. Diana got an award for helpfulness at this school, for the way s at this school, for the way that she was with younger children.
3: When Diana was thirteen she and her family moved to another boarding school in Kent. Her family moved to Althrop, which was a very big house. Nearby was a royal residence, Sandringham where two children, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward lived. They came over to the Spencer children's house to use their private swimming pool. In return the Spencer children got to visit and play at their house. Even though that Diana was a quiet and shy kid growing up, she was known for her kindness towards other people.
4: Goals Her main goals were to help as many people as she could. She was still planning to travel to many more places, but before she could she got into a car crash and almost died. Then she went to the hospital and she passed away there. Diana just wanted to make the world a better place. She loved doing dares and to help out as much as she possibly could, and spent a lot of her free time with sick patients or at fundraisers.
5: Accomplishments Diana was involved in many charities, especially for children. She was president of the Royal Marsdon Trust Cancer Hospital. She auctioned seventy nine of her dresses in June, 1997 and raised almost five million dollars to help patients. For eleven years she was patron of a charity, "Help the Aged." Centrepoint is an organization that provides homeless young people food, beds, and help for forty seven homeless people. Diana gave a speech for this and raised money for homeless people that live on the streets. She helped in The eHalo Trust to help find exploding mines and was also a Red Cross volunteer, so Diana traveled to Angola and Bosnia.
6: Influence Diana won the hearts of millions of people. Everyone loved her. She was always nice to everyone and treated everyone like an equal. Almost every charity or fundraiser that she heard of she raised money for. It was a tragedy when she died in the car accident. To show how much people cared for her, there were billions and billions of flowers outside Kensington Palace. Some even had to be flown by airplabes to Great Britain.
7: Opinions I think that Di was very successful. Even though she didn't get to do everything that she wanted to do she still did many things. She was planning to to many other things, but she already did so many. Princess Diana did many risky things just to help lout other people. Overall she probaly raised over $100 million dollars throughout all the things she helped out in. I don't think that anyone has or could even come as close to how much she has done for her community.
8: Recommendation I would recommend this biography to a person who likes to read fantasy books, because most of the time fantasy books have to do with princesses. This was a very interesting book to read about. Every time I got to the end of the page I wanted to keep reading more. Diana is so unique and a person like no other.
9: Resources Wood, Richard. Diana: the people's princess. Austin, Tex.: Raintree Steck-Vaughn, 1998. Print.