Das Buch der Dinosaurier by David Norman

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Why do you think the chains and shackles are a part of the statue? Imagine you are a worker constructing the pedestal. What would you think when you saw this part of the statue for the first time? Imagine you are a reporter. How would you describe this image in an article? 30 Glossary bust (BUHST) the head, neck, and shoulders of a statue centennial (sen-TEN-ee-uhl) the 100th-year celebration of an event contribute (kuhn-TRIB-yoot) to give money to reach a goal decay (di-KAY) to break down or rot exposition (ek-spoh-ZIH-shuhn) a public show facade (fuh-SAHD) the front of a building or structure foundry (FOUN-dree) a place where metals are melted and shaped immigrant (IM-i-gruhnt) someone who moves to a new country from another oxidize (AHK-si-dize) to go through a chemical change when exposed to oxygen pedestal (PED-i-stuhl) the base of a statue publisher (PUHB-lish-ur) a person in charge of a newspaper or other company that prints and publishes material Learn More Further Reading Malam, John.

Com/kids/stories/history/statue-of-liberty/ This Web site describes the history and significance of the Statue of Liberty. htm The National Park Service offers interesting facts about the Statue of Liberty on this Web site. , 17, 19 France, 4, 5, 6, 15, 16, 20, 23 Franco–American Union, 6 freedom, 5, 15, 16, 19 fundraising, 6, 8, 10, 13, 16, 18–19, 22–25, 26 unveiling, 28 World, The, 18, 22–23, 24, 25 immigrant, 17, 19, 20, 26 Isère, 13, 20 About the Author Annie Qaiser is a freelance writer. She lives in Minnesota with her family.

29 Look, Look Again This image shows the broken chains and shackles that are around the Statue of Liberty’s feet. 1. Imagine you are an artisan working on the statue. Why do you think the chains and shackles are a part of the statue? Imagine you are a worker constructing the pedestal. What would you think when you saw this part of the statue for the first time? Imagine you are a reporter. How would you describe this image in an article? 30 Glossary bust (BUHST) the head, neck, and shoulders of a statue centennial (sen-TEN-ee-uhl) the 100th-year celebration of an event contribute (kuhn-TRIB-yoot) to give money to reach a goal decay (di-KAY) to break down or rot exposition (ek-spoh-ZIH-shuhn) a public show facade (fuh-SAHD) the front of a building or structure foundry (FOUN-dree) a place where metals are melted and shaped immigrant (IM-i-gruhnt) someone who moves to a new country from another oxidize (AHK-si-dize) to go through a chemical change when exposed to oxygen pedestal (PED-i-stuhl) the base of a statue publisher (PUHB-lish-ur) a person in charge of a newspaper or other company that prints and publishes material Learn More Further Reading Malam, John.

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