Why Is the Statue of Liberty Green?

Why Is the Statue of Liberty Green?

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Do you know that the Statue of Liberty hasn't always looked green? Or that the first torch had to be replaced? Lady Liberty has been an important US symbol for more than one hundred years. Join Mrs. Bolt's class as they visit the statue and learn where the statue came from, how she was built, and what American ideas she represents.
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Product details

  • 12-17
  • Hardback | 24 pages
  • 249 x 251 x 8mm | 363g
  • Minneapolis, United States
  • English
  • Index; Illustrations, color
  • 1467721395
  • 9781467721394

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"These cheerful introductions to American Symbols are ideal for early elementary students. Each title operates on the premise that a group of children is learning about a symbol by participating in a class lesson or by going on a field trip to see the symbol itself. The storylike narrative is simple, engaging, and informative. The author pulls in images and comparisons that help the youngest elementary school students grasp new concepts ('"What's a symbol?" Ethan asks. "A symbol is something that stands for something else," Mr. Gomez answers. "Like a green light means go!" says Jolie.'). The bright, cartoon illustrations feature a variety of people: men, women, children, black, white, and Latino, and one character appears in a wheelchair. All in all, an appealing first look at American emblems." --School Library Journal, Series Made Simple

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