The Star-Spangled Banner: America's National Anthem and Its History

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Capstone, Jan 1, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
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Have you ever wondered how the Star-Spangled Banner became our national anthem? Learn the history of the United States' signature song in this visually stunning book.
  

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I like the colors. They are very nice. This is quite an interesting book. It is obviously a book for younger children because Francis Scott Key was very troubled for he could not get off the British ship to defend his country. You wouldn't be happy if you were unsure who was dead, who was being hung, etc... Anyway, it wouldn't be very good for describing what was going on when he wrote "The Star Spangled Banner", but it is fine for showing him on possibly a different boat ride... 

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Marsha Qualey was born in Austin, Minnesota and has lived in Montana, Texas, Arkansas, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. She now resides in St. Paul with her husband and four children.

Todd Ouren has been a professional artist for over 20 years. Todd has illustrated and designed numerous award-winning books and greeting cards. Raised near Fergus Falls, Minnesota, Todd now lives in Mankato, Minnesota with his wife and three boys. In our spare time we enjoy watching our kids play sports, traveling, hiking, kayaking and spending time at the lake. Todd Ouren is a published author and an illustrator of children's books.

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