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The Lincoln Memorial

author: Nelson, Kristin L
Describes the significance, history, and construction of the Lincoln Memorial.
975.3
year: 2011
copies: 19
call number/section: 975.3
lexile: 630

The Washington Monument

author: Nelson, Kristin L
A close-up look at the Washington Monument, from who planned it to how it was built.
975.3
year: 2011
copies: 13
call number/section: 975.3
lexile: 530

The White House

author: Braithwaite, Jill
An introduction to the White House, including the history of its construction, a description of its interior and gardens, and its importance as a national symbol.
975.3
year: 2011
copies: 17
call number/section: 975.3
lexile: 570

The Statue Of Liberty

author: Braithwaite, Jill
Provides an introduction to the Statue of Liberty, including the history of its creation and its importance as a national symbol.
974.7
year: 2011
copies: 12
call number/section: 974.7
lexile: 570

Mount Rushmore

author: Jango-cohen, Judith
Describes the meaning, history, and creation of the stone monument to four American presidents carved into Mount Rushmore, South Dakota.
978.3
year: 2011
copies: 9
call number/section: 978.3
lexile: 600

The Alamo

author: Nelson, Kristin L
Provides an up-close look at the Alamo, including the history, significance, and story behind this famous fort in San Antonio, Texas.
976.4
year: 2011
copies: 10
call number/section: 976.4
lexile: 350

The Erie Canal

author: Bullard, Lisa
Provides information on the Erie Canal, one of the first to be built in the United States, and describes its construction and the impact it had on the country and East Coast cities.
386
year: 2010
copies: 31
call number/section: 386
lexile: 590

The Great Lakes

author: Piehl, Janet
Discusses the features of the United States' five Great Lakes--Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario--with descriptions of their coasts, bridges, initial formation, wildlife, and more, and includes photographs, illustrations, and "fun facts.
977
year: 2010
copies: 9
call number/section: 977
lexile: 650

The Hoover Dam

author: Zuehlke, Jeffrey
Provides photographs and information about Hoover Dam, explaining the many purposes of the dam, and looking at how it was built.
627
year: 2010
copies: 4
call number/section: 627
lexile: 640

The Empire State Building

author: Bullard, Lisa
Provides information about the Empire State Building, the tallest building in the world at the time of its completion in 1931, discussing its construction, and looking at the structure's innovative features.
974.7
year: 2010
copies: 9
call number/section: 974.7
lexile: 650
subjects: buildings

Yellowstone National Park

author: Piehl, Janet
Describes the geological formation of Yellowstone and the plants, animals, geography, and geology of this unique national park.
978.7
year: 2010
copies: 6
call number/section: 978.7
lexile: 590

The Redwood Forests

author: Bullard, Lisa
Discusses the features of redwoods, large trees that are found on the West Coast of the United States, including descriptions of how they grow, the forests they reside in, and the other creatures that live among them, with photographs and "fun facts.
585
year: 2010
copies: 3
call number/section: 585
lexile: 640
subjects: coast redwood

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