Review of “Little Miss History Travels to the Statue of Liberty”, by Barbara Ann Mojica

Once again, Ms. Mojica has produced a bona fide winner.  The only good descriptive I can come up with for this book is “amazing”.  And I don’t mean the over-used meaning of the word.  I was totally blown away by what I didn’t know about the Statue of Liberty.

This story is not just for kids.  The one who reads the book and the one who hears the narrative will both benefit from the telling.

I loved the drawings–once again, they were absolutely perfect.  Miss History, with a rope slung over her shoulder, ready for adventure; the representative pictures of France and the US, wallets empty; the children’s donations, sacrificed in lieu of seeing the circus–so wonderful!  This is a book that is not to be missed.  It is both entertaining and informative, a characteristic that differentiates the good books from the great ones.

Fantastic job. Ms. Mojica!  I can hardly wait to see the next one:  Sequoia National Park

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