Here's a great introduction to Manhattan for young people. Illustrations of 25 Big Apple sites with great appeal to grade-school-age children depict the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, the ships at South Street Seaport, mummies at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and dinosaurs at the American Muse... read more
The 50 States: Facts & Fun by Viki Woodworth Forty-eight puzzles — crosswords, mazes, and more — take kids across America! Match the Space Needle with its home state, guide a Pennsylvania groundhog back to its den, and more. Solutions included.
Scenes of Olde New York Coloring Book by Peter F. Copeland Sketches of Manhattan from 1642 through 1895 reflect the city's changing face. Rather than prominent individuals or significant events, these 43 images depict typical daily activities of city dwellers.
Historic American Landmarks by A. G. Smith Visit 30 famous, man-made American landmarks — from the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor to the USS Arizona Memorial in Hawaii. Captions accompany easy-to-color illustrations.
Here's a great introduction to Manhattan for young people. Illustrations of 25 Big Apple sites with great appeal to grade-school-age children depict the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, the ships at South Street Seaport, mummies at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and dinosaurs at the American Museum of Natural History, as well as: Grand Central Station Chinatown Central Park Zoo Brooklyn Bridge American Indian Museum Madison Square Garden Empire State Building Wall Street and Trinity Church Times Square United Nations . . . and eleven other popular New York City attractions. An informative caption accompanies each carefully rendered illustration.
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