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The Statue of Liberty: A Welcome Sight!

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     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 4 to 7
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Vocabulary
     challenging words:    beloved, move, however, freedom, tablet, holds, place, friendship, century, when, large, rays, sometimes, important, people, living
     content words:    New York Harbor, United States, Ellis Island, Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation
The Statue of Liberty: A Welcome Sight!

By Colleen Messina
1     When you move to a new place, sometimes people stop by to welcome you! Immigrants to America had something to welcome them, too. It was a large statue of a lady. She still welcomes people, today. She holds a raised torch in one hand. She holds a tablet in the other. She wears a crown with seven rays on it. Who is this lady? She is the Statue of Liberty. She stands on an island in New York Harbor. This statue was a gift from the people of France. It was given in friendship to the people of the United States. A .....
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     Spanish Reading Comprehension: La Estatua de la Libertad: Ħuna visión que se agradece!




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