Cloverleaf Books ™ — Our American Symbols

Why are a bird, a song, the flag, and certain monuments important symbols for the United States? What do they represent? Inquisitive young students explore American symbols through field trips, classroom visitors, and lots of questions! Join in to learn the history, significance, and fun facts about famous American symbols.

Cover: What Is Inside the Lincoln Memorial?
Cover: Can You Sing "The Star-Spangled Banner"?
Cover: Is a Bald Eagle Really Bald?
Title   Lexile GRL ATOS Format Qty
Cloverleaf Books ™ — Our American Symbols — eBook Set
Cloverleaf Books ™ — Our American Symbols — Library Bound Set
Cloverleaf Books ™ — Our American Symbols — Paperback Set
  • Available in limited formats
  • Soon! Spring 2020
  • New! Fall 2019
  • New! Spring 2019
Title   Lexile GRL ATOS Format Qty
Can We Ring the Liberty Bell? 570 M 3.2
Can You Sing "The Star-Spangled Banner"? 560 M 3.7
Is a Bald Eagle Really Bald? 560 M 3.0
What Is Inside the Lincoln Memorial? 610 M 3.4
Why Are There Stripes on the American Flag? 570 M 3.2
Why Is the Statue of Liberty Green? 590 M 3.3
  • Available in limited formats
  • Soon! Spring 2020
  • New! Fall 2019
  • New! Spring 2019

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Cloverleaf Books ™ — Our American Symbols

Why are a bird, a song, the flag, and certain monuments important symbols for the United States? What do they represent? Inquisitive young students explore American symbols through field trips, classroom visitors, and lots of questions! Join in to learn the history, significance, and fun… View →