LILY AND MISS LIBERTY
by Carla Stevens



This historical novel for children is set during the time when the French people
presented the Statue of Liberty to America. The statue was ready, but there was no
base on which to set it. The people of America had to supply the base for the statue.

Even the schoolchildren helped and Lily did her part
by making paper crowns and selling them.


Word Study 5 - Lily and Miss Liberty
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171845: Emma"s Poem: The Voice of the Statue of Liberty Emma's Poem: The Voice of the Statue of Liberty
By Linda Glaser / Houghton Mifflin Books for Children

Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free."

Every schoolchild in America has heard Emma Lazarus' poem and sees the State of Liberty as a beacon for incoming immigrants. But when Emma Lazarus wrote her poem, the Statue of Liberty, then being designed in France, didn't have anything to do with immigrants yet. This fascinating picture book tells the story of Emma's care for immigrants as well as the impact her poem would have on the new statue-and the people who passed under her torch. 32 pages, hardcover with dust jacket.


86928X: Step Into Reading, Level 2: The Statue of Liberty Step Into Reading, Level 2: The Statue of Liberty
By Lucille Recht Penner / Random House, Inc

Engaging, simple text by popular nonfiction writer Lucille Recht Penner details the construction and symbolism of the skyscraper-sized "Lady Liberty," France's unique gift to the United States, who watches over New York Harbor.






Patriotic Program - complete original script.
You are welcome to use it for non-profit purposes.

Patriotic Program presented by Dallas Christian students

Statue of Liberty tour

Statue of Liberty U.S. Immigration



Lessons in This Series



Chalk Box Kid



Flat Stanley



Boxcar Children



Surprise Island



Stone Fox



Lily and Miss Liberty



Helen Keller



The Tree That
Would Not Die



Little House
in the Big Woods



Muggie Maggie



Finding the Titanic



Go Fish



Hannah



Samuel's Choice



George Washington's
Breakfast



Beany Goes
To Camp



Amelia Bedelia
Bookworm



Catwings



Henry and Mudge
in Puddle Trouble



Nate the Great and the
Monster Mess



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