Lily And Miss Liberty by Carla StevensI wasnt very impressed with the book. It felt very modern to be covering such an historic time; more like twaddle than a quality read.
Ages: 5 - 10
Cleanliness: a girl gets picked on and lies - the two become friends later. The mother and father disagree about the importance of the Statue of Liberty which causes some little rifts in the home and with the girl at school.
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Lily and Miss Liberty
View Larger Image. Ask Seller a Question. Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks. Miss Liberty is sailing across the sea, she is a present from France, now the Amercans must raise enough money to give her a place to stand when she arrives. Carla Stevens has kept a diary since she was ten years old, and taught a course about journal writing at the New School for Social Research in New York City. Deborah Kogan Ray has illustrated many books for children.
Lily decides to make and sell Lady Liberty crowns in order to raise money to pay for the pedestal on which the famous statue will stand.
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Lily and Miss Liberty, by Carla Stevens ; illustrated by Deborah Kogan Ray
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Toggle navigation Anaheim Public Library. Link Network. Borrow it Toggle Dropdown Central Library. The item Lily and Miss Liberty, by Carla Stevens ; illustrated by Deborah Kogan Ray represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Anaheim Public Library. This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch. Creator Stevens, Carla. Illustrator Ray, Deborah Kogan,
Thank you! Almost everyone in Miss Pearson's N. Then inspiration strikes: Lily will make cardboard crowns to sell. The timing is perfect, the crowns sell like hotcakes, and Lily even gets mentioned in Mr. Pulitzer's World. Later, she gives part of her earnings to an impoverished classmate who proudly adds the money to the Pedestal Fund. The author captures the excitement of the statue's arrival, while Lily's contacts with neighbors and local shopkeepers nicely evoke the flavor of old New York's close-knit ethnic communities.