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Liberty / Allan Drummond.

Drummond, Allan. (Author).
Book Book (2002.)
Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 26 cm.
Publisher: New York : Frances Foster Books, 2002.
8 of 8 copies available at NOBLE (All Libraries).
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  • ISBN: 0374343853 :
  • Edition: 1st ed.
Summary: Describes the unveiling of the Statue of Liberty and its importance as a symbol of freedom.
  • Baker & Taylor
    Describes the construction of the Statue of Liberty, its voyage to America, and its unveiling in 1886 in New York Harbor, as well as its importance as a symbol of freedom.
  • Baker & Taylor
    Describes the unveiling of the Statue of Liberty and its importance as a symbol of freedom.
  • Holtzbrinck
    "Pen-and-wash illustrations so lively they seem to dance on the page animart a story of the 1886 dedication of the Statue of Liberty . . . Drummond conveys the mounting excitement of the event itself while presenting a cavalcade of characters and incidents." --Starred, Publishers Weekly
  • Holtzbrinck
    A symbol of freedom – the Statue of Liberty

    Here is the story of the exciting day in 1886 when the Statue of Liberty was unveiled to the world. A small boy stands at the foot of the statue, ready to relay a signal to its creator way up in Liberty’s crown, telling him it is time. As anticipation builds, the boy describes the bustling scene in the harbor and on the island – all of New York waiting, including two hundred women suffragists and the President of the United States. In detailed vignettes we see the construction of the statue in France, its voyage to America, and its installation in New York Harbor.

    Through rhythmic, evocative prose and energetic pen-and-wash illustrations, we are made to feel the excitement of those gathered to see Liberty’s face for the first time, and to remember all that she represents.
    A symbol of freedom – the Statue of Liberty

    Here is the story of the exciting day in 1886 when the Statue of Liberty was unveiled to the world. A small boy stands at the foot of the statue, ready to relay a signal to its creator way up in Liberty’s crown, telling him it is time. As anticipation builds, the boy describes the bustling scene in the harbor and on the island – all of New York waiting, including two hundred women suffragists and the President of the United States. In detailed vignettes we see the construction of the statue in France, its voyage to America, and its installation in New York Harbor.

    Through rhythmic, evocative prose and energetic pen-and-wash illustrations, we are made to feel the excitement of those gathered to see Liberty’s face for the first time, and to remember all that she represents.
  • McMillan Palgrave
    "Pen-and-wash illustrations so lively they seem to dance on the page animart a story of the 1886 dedication of the Statue of Liberty . . . Drummond conveys the mounting excitement of the event itself while presenting a cavalcade of characters and incidents." --Starred, Publishers Weekly
  • McMillan Palgrave
    A symbol of freedom – the Statue of Liberty

    Here is the story of the exciting day in 1886 when the Statue of Liberty was unveiled to the world. A small boy stands at the foot of the statue, ready to relay a signal to its creator way up in Liberty’s crown, telling him it is time. As anticipation builds, the boy describes the bustling scene in the harbor and on the island – all of New York waiting, including two hundred women suffragists and the President of the United States. In detailed vignettes we see the construction of the statue in France, its voyage to America, and its installation in New York Harbor.

    Through rhythmic, evocative prose and energetic pen-and-wash illustrations, we are made to feel the excitement of those gathered to see Liberty’s face for the first time, and to remember all that she represents.

Citation:

Drummond, Allan. "Liberty." New York : Frances Foster Books, 2002.

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