The Declaration of Independence from A to Z By Catherine L. Osornio

The Declaration of Independence from A to Z
Catherine L. Osornio
Pelican Publishing (2010)
ISBN 9781589806764
Reviewed by Madeline (age 9) and Sophia (age 7) McElroy for Reader Views (06/10)

Madeline:  In this book you can read about America and about independence. My favorite letter is I for independence. I like that letter because independence is all-American. America is a great place. I thought the paintings were very good and the pages are nice and smooth. You can learn many things about America in this delightful book about independence.

Sophia:  This was a great book to read it was very interesting. This is a fun book to read out loud with a group. When I read it, it sounds so amazing! I learned lots of new stuff about America. My favorite letter is Q, it stands for quill. I didn’t remember that you could use a feather as a pen for dipping in ink, even though I did it before! The artwork is pretty and colorful.

We both highly recommend “The Declaration of Independence from A to Z.”

 

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