Subtitle With More Than 25 Activities, A Fold-out Poster, and 30 Stickers!

Claire Saunders, Cameron Walker
Price $12.99
Description Description Little explorers can celebrate the most important people, places, histories and wildlife that the USA has to offer with this fact-packed activity book all about national monuments.

Create your own welcome message to inscribe on Lady Liberty’s plinth, search for T. rex fossils at Dinosaur National Monument, and visit the home of President Lincoln.

Along the way, you’ll find word searches, spot-the-difference puzzles, math games, colouring pages and more ways to explore these special pockets of US history.

The National Monuments of the USA Activity Book comes with over 25 unique activities, dozens of facts about US culture and history, and a fold-out poster featuring a list of all the monuments and a map of where they can be found. Plus, get creative with 50 spectacular stickers of the monuments and the people and animals they honour.

Chris Turnham’s true-to-life art adds a colourful dimension to this fun yet educational workbook that inspires and captivates. This book is perfect for a rainy afternoon during summer holidays, for little travellers excited for those long road trips, or for planning vacations across the country. History is made every day, and the National Monuments are there to be explored – so what are you waiting for? Take the first step on your journey across the states with the National Monuments of the USA Activity Book!

Also in the series:
  • National Monuments of the USA
  • National Parks of the USA
  • National Parks of the USA Activity Book
Series Americana
Format Juvenile - Paperback 32 Pages
ISBN 9780711287747
Size9.00 in x 12.00 in / 228.60 mm x 304.80 mm
Published Date March 5th, 2024
Claire Saunders

Claire Saunders is a prolific author of fiction and nonfiction for children, and has been editing for over 20 years. She is the author of We Are the United States Activity Book, Only in America Activity Book, Super Soccer Activity Book, and The Birthday Almanac and the co-author of The Power Book.

Cameron Walker
Cameron Walker is a writer based on California's Central Coast. She works on features and essays (and some fiction on the side), with a focus on science, nature, and curiosities in and around the Pacific. Cameron's work has won awards from the American Society of Journalists & Authors, and from the American Institute of Physics. In 2019, she won the Tamaqua Award from Hidden River Arts Press for her essay collection, Points of Light. Cameron is a part of Scilance, a group of science writers who have been together since 2005. She also writes regularly for the science blog The Last Word On Nothing.
Chris Turnham
Chris Turnham is an illustrator and printmaker based in Los Angeles. He's worked as an artist in both feature and television animation and has contributed illustrations to publications and children's books.
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