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Little Miss Liberty

Little Miss Liberty
Reads: 
511
Pages: 
38
Average: 4.3 (12 votes)
4.25

From the moment she’s born, it’s clear that Little Miss Liberty is, well, special. To begin with, her coloring is a little on the green side. Not to mention that she grows a few inches every day. Smart, independent, and a friend to all, when Little Miss Liberty outgrows her classmates, her clothes, her house— even her city—she sets out to travel the world. And in the end she finds just the right spot to call her own. Author-illustrator Chris Robertson has used his talents to create a humorous yet uplifting story about one of the world’s most symbolic monuments. An enjoyable romp—and perfect read-aloud—it will entertain even the squirmiest listener and yet in its own quiet way remind us why Lady Liberty is both unique and important.

Reviews

IJ's picture
so nice
IJ's picture
so nice
IJ's picture
so nice
bitaniya's picture
i love your work chirs!
Ethan's picture
I like the story.
skylars dreams's picture
it is me i am little miss liberty
skylars dreams's picture
wonderful work chris
skylars dreams's picture
love this book
seystudios's picture
What a inspiring and heartwarming book! I love all the parallels and the pictures make me smile from ear to ear. Wonderful work Chris.
chris.robertson's picture
Little Miss Liberty was originally published by Chronicle Books in 2005, then by Scholastic in paperback for their FireFly and SeeSaw book clubs. Most recently, it was picked up by Houghton Mifflin/Harcourt to be used in a teaching cirriculum for First Grade classrooms all across the country.

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Pages: 38
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: 0-8118-4669-5
Categories: Educational, Family & Friends
Features: Illustrations, Music, Narrations
Keywords: moving, statue of liberty, new york, new kid, growing
Date Added: October 5, 2010
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