By Devin Scillian
From the British and our structure that changed their rule, to Yellowstone Park and Zane Grey's tales of the west, "A is for the USA" is a sweeping tribute to all we all know and love approximately our state. With pleasant poems that beg to be learn aloud, and expository textual content to expand a student's horizons, this American alphabet will make you fall in love with the us time and again. vivid, superbly special illustrations from California artist Pam Carroll convey each one letter to lifestyles, from eagles to Thomas Edison to the veterans of 2 international Wars.
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Peanut butter was just one of more than 300 uses for peanuts invented by George Washington Carver. Rosa Parks helped the nation understand that rights were for everyone, regardless of their skin color. Pikes Peak and peanut butter—that’s the letter Plymouth Rock and pilgrims at peril on the sea. Rosa Parks, parades, popcorn in a pan. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where all of it began. P . Q is for the quill that John Hancock used to place his quite creative signature in a most important space. It’s for the American quarter, and the bobwhite quail and the quilts that kept the Quakers warm in a Pennsylvania gale.
The Roosevelts, Franklin and Teddy, Babe Ruth, rock and roll. ” The Rocky Mountains stretch from New Mexico to Alaska. The faces of four presidents are carved on Mt. Rushmore: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt. A. strong during World War II. S. flag. It’s also known as the Stars and Stripes. There are 13 stripes on the flag, one for each of the original colonies. And there are 50 stars on the flag, one for each state. Susan B. Anthony crusaded for women’s rights, including the right to vote.
The enemy was unable to decipher what the code talkers were saying. In 1969, the entire world watched as Neil Armstrong became the first man to set foot on the moon. Joining him on the Apollo 11 mission were Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins. N Norman Rockwell, Niagara Falls, a night in New Mexico. New Orleans and Native American. is for Navaho. And NASA and Neil Armstrong, who reached the moon to find that it was one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. O The ld West, the OK Corral, the old Oregon Trail.
A Is for America. An American Alphabet by Devin Scillian