You Wouldn't Want to Be a Worker on the Statue of Liberty!: A Monument You'd Rather Not Build Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-08-17 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 2 user ratings

" This book is a interesting look at the steps that went into building the Statue of Liberty and the various symbolism it incorporated. " said.

" I love how this book is not only funny but the kids can learn all about how the Statue of Liberty came about and the process it took to build it. " said.

" I learned a lot about how the Statue of Liberty was built. It did not appear to be a very dangerous job (as there were no accidents), but it was a time consuming job. " said.

" I love this series! The story keeps your interest. It gives historical facts but never in a boring, textbook type way. The pictures and captions are great! The humor is appropriate. Great for my fifth graders. " said.

" I learned a few things with this book. I always thought the statue was built and brought over in a short amount of time. I had no idea that it took over 10 years for it to be built and erected. Plus all the work that went into creating the plans and the measuring from a small Maquette, a scale model of the statue, to the full size Lady. Great information and wonderful illustrations. " said.

" Another excellent book from a great series for reluctant readers! Focusing on how the Statue of Liberty came to be, the author does a great job of giving young readers just enough information to be informative, yet fun. I even learned things from reading this! Filled with great illustrations, this is an excellent book for anyone needing more information about this great gift from France. A great resource book to add to your collection. " said.

""You Wouldn't Want to be a Worker on the Statue of Liberty" by John Malam was a fun read. This book is based on if the audience were to build the Statue of Liberty. They had a lot of fun "handy hints" to teach you about things you would need to do to get this project going and to keep it going. I also think it is great because the book can be interesting for many age groups. It can be simple for younger children or you can read all of the side facts and it can be more of a history lesson for the older children.

I would really use this book to teach about an iconic figure of our country. Everyone knows about the statue of liberty, however not everyone knows why it is green, where it came from, and why was it given to us. I recommend this book for ages 7-11.
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" Such a fun read to learn the history. " said.

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