O, Say Can You See? America's Symbols, Landmarks, And Important Words

by Sheila Keenan, Illustrated By Ann Boyajian


Scholastic Nonfiction
June 2007


Non-Fiction
Ages 6 – 9 . Grades 1 – 4

Library of Congress: N/A


Lexile measure: 800L

DRA: 40

Guided Reading: R

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There are stars-and-stripes T-shirts. There are Statue of Liberty pencil sharpeners and Uncle Sam Halloween costumes. Patriotic symbols are everywhere...but where do they come from? What do they mean?
Now in paperback, this celebration of twenty of America's important places, interesting objects, and inspiring words is for the youngest Americans. Including Plymouth Rock, the White House, the flag, the bald eagle, and many more, this book draws kids in with its big, two-page spreads and fun, bright pastels and satisfies their curiosities about America's most prominent symbols.
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Sheila Keenan

Sheila Keenan is the author of many nonfiction books, including GREETINGS FROM THE 50 STATES; ANIMALS IN THE HOUSE; O, SAY CAN YOU SEE?; GODS, GODDESSES, AND MONSTERS; and the SCHOLASTIC ENCYCLOPEDIA OF WOMEN IN THE UNITED STATES. She lives in New York City.

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Paperback / softback
$7.99

Perfect-bound Paperback

ISBN: 9780439593601

64pp. | 8-½ x 10-⅞