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Visit the Washington Monument

Visit the Washington Monument
From the American Revolution to the Constitutional Convention to the presidency, George Washington’s steady leadership was a source of admiration around the globe. George Washington is our nation’s most celebrated leader, so it’s fitting that his monument towers over Washington, DC. Standing over 555 feet (169 m) tall, his monument is the tallest stone structure in the world. In this book, readers will learn how the architectural feat was achieved and enjoy photographs of Washington and the monument standing in his honor.

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978-1-4339-6406-0

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Reading Level: Grades 2 - 3
Fountas & Pinell: M
Author: Joseph, Natalie
Copyright: 2012
Specifications: 8 1/2" x 8 1/2", 24 pages, Paperback, Full-color Photographs

Key Features

  • Fact Boxes
  • For Further Information Section
  • Glossary
  • Historical Context Overview
  • Index
  • Maps

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Landmarks of Liberty 978-1-4339-6918-8 $250.20

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Landmarks of Liberty 978-1-4339-6919-5 $41.70

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Visit Independence Hall 978-1-4339-6386-5 $6.95
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Visit the Liberty Bell 978-1-4339-6394-0 $6.95
Visit the Lincoln Memorial 978-1-4339-6398-8 $6.95
Visit the Statue of Liberty 978-1-4339-6402-2 $6.95
Visit the Washington Monument 978-1-4339-6406-0 $6.95

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Visit Independence Hall 978-1-4339-6387-2 $41.70
Visit Mount Rushmore 978-1-4339-6391-9 $41.70
Visit the Liberty Bell 978-1-4339-6395-7 $41.70
Visit the Lincoln Memorial 978-1-4339-6399-5 $41.70
Visit the Statue of Liberty 978-1-4339-6403-9 $41.70
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