The Flag We Love#10th Anniversary Edition

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Charlesbridge, Jul 1, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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This spirited tribute to Old Glory will inspire readers, young and old, to take a new look at the greatest emblem of the United States of America. With patriotic verse and historical facts, THE FLAG WE LOVE explores how our flag has become an enduring part of our nation's proud history and heritage. From its earliest designs to its role in peace-time and war, the Star-Spangled Banner will take on a whole new meaning for all readers. The bold, rich illustrations by Ralph Masiello highlight significant points in history, as well as commonplace moments of American life, when our flag symbolizes the people and ideals of the United States of America.

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User Review  - dtolton93 - LibraryThing

Really enjoyed this book and how diverse it was. It's a poem that beginning readers could read, and at the bottom of each page, there are facts about the history of the flag, how it came to be, the ... Read full review

A Must In The Hands of Every Young American

User Review  - webnona -

Engaging poetry great pictures and lots of interesting historical information about the flag of our country. My grandson will be delighted with this book when he receives it as a birthday present. It is the perfect blend of read to me time and teach me time. Read full review

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Pam Mu¤oz Ryan is a native of California. She received her bachelor's and master's degrees at San Diego State University and she worked as a bilingual teacher and an early childhood administrator before dedicating herself full-time to writing. She wrote her first book at the age of 32 at the encouragement of a friend. She has written many picture books for young children and novels for older students. Pam lives in California with her husband and four children. She often speaks at schools and conferences about writing and literacy.

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