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How the Second Grade Got $8,205.50 to Visit the Statue of Liberty

Written by Nathan Zimelman & illustrated by Bill Slavin
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Chronicles the triumphs and setbacks of the second grade as they try a variety of schemes to raise money for a trip to the Statue of Liberty.

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Favorite pastime? Reading with my kids. Just finished Nana Cracks the Case!
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These are some very entrepreneurial kids! The story, told from the perspective of the second-grade treasurer and reporter, is humorous and full of the details and perspective of an elementary child. Fair warning, that the varied entrepreneurial endeavors do get a little long so this is probably best suited for elementary age children with a little longer attention span, who are probably the best audience for the humor anyway.

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Who Illustrated How the Second Grade Got $8,205.50 to Visit the Statue of Liberty

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Bill Slavin

Bill Slavin has illustrated over one hundred children’s books, fiction and nonfiction. Titles include Stanley’s Party by Linda Bailey, winner of the 2004 Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Illustrator’s Award and Transformed, winner of the 2006 Norma Fleck Award. He has also written and illustrated a graphic novel trilogy entitled Elephants Never Forget. The summer of 2016 launched the release of his picture book, Who Broke the Teapot?!, a lively whodunnit picture book he both wrote and illustrated. Today he lives in Millbrook with his partner, Esperança Melo, who is also an artist and book illustrator.

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Book Details

ISBN:
9780807534311
Publication Date:
January 1, 1992
Library of Congress Number (LCCN):
92000996
WorldCat Number (OCLC):
25367886
ASIN/ISBN 10:
0807534315
Lexile:
AD1070L
Accelerated Reader Points:
0.5
Accelerated Reader Quiz:
44631
ATOS Book Level:
5.4
Accelerated Reader Interest Level:
LG

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