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Words have served as a rallying call to generations of immigrants In breathtaking color veteran artist Stacey Schuett brings life to Erica Silverman's story of one of the great women of Ameri. I was excited to learn who wrote the famous poem that now defines Lady Liberty but I felt like I didn't learn enough about Emma herself in this one The illustrations are great though

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Libertys VoiceEmma Lazarus overcame the barriers of her day to become one of the leading poets of the nineteenth century She used her celebrity to help the poor and impoverished immigrants of Eastern Europe. A great educational book for your children over the preschool age My 6 yr old loved it Lots of good information with beautiful pictures that will help keep children engaged Always wanted to know who penned the phrase Give me your tired your poor I love when I learn something new along with my kids This one in particular touched my heart because Emma Lazarus grew up in a time when women weren't educated It was frowned upon and said to make them ill if they learned too much My son was fascinated that I had something in common with slaves another topic we've been learning about Luckily Emma's father didn't agree with the general population Wonderful book A great addition to any children's library

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FREE DOWNLOAD ð Libertys Voice ↠ Emma Lazarus overcame the barriers of her day to become one of the leading poets of the nineteenth century She used her celebrity to help the poor and impoverished immigrants of Eastern Europe When the statue Liberty Enlightening the World came to the United States as a gift from France it was Emma's poem The New ColWhen the statue Liberty Enlightening the World came to the United States as a gift from France it was Emma's poem The New Colossus that became forever connected with this American icon Emma's. I really like this book it touches upon immigration education poetry charity New York and of course a great women's history book Really good picture book to use with 45 8th graders for a manageable read aloud in one sitting that goes a little in depth than many other picture book biographies