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How the second grade got $8,205.50 to visit the Statue of Liberty

by Nathan Zimelman

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Published by A. Whitman in Morton Grove, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fund raising -- Fiction.,
  • Schools -- Fiction.,
  • Humorous stories.

  • About the Edition

    Chronicles the triumphs and setbacks of the second grade as they try a variety of schemes to raise money for a trip to the Statue of Liberty.

    Edition Notes

    StatementNathan Zimelman ; illustrated by Bill Slavin.
    ContributionsSlavin, Bill, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.Z57 Ho 1992
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1700637M
    ISBN 100807534315
    LC Control Number92000996
    OCLC/WorldCa25367886

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How the second grade got $8,205.50 to visit the Statue of Liberty by Nathan Zimelman Download PDF EPUB FB2

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This book is a bit challenging, concept-wise, so it would be better for older grades, 2nd-4th/5. How the Second Grade Got $8, to Visit the Statue of Liberty Paperback – Ma by Nathan Zimelman (Author), Bill Slavin (Illustrator)/5(7). How the Second Grade Got $8, to Visit the Statue of Liberty book.

Chronicles the triumphs and setbacks of the second grade as they try a variety of schemes to raise money for a trip to the Statue of Liberty.

Susan Olson, a second grader at Newton Barnaby School, describes in humorous detail How the Second Grade Got $8, to Visit the Statue of Liberty. She outlines all of the expenses and profits, as well as the disasters incurred from a variety of fund-raisers to make the trip possible The contemporary, lively watercolor illustrations.

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How the Second Grade Got $8, to Visit the Statue of Liberty by Nathan Zimelman and Bill Slavin 4 Total Resources View Text Complexity Discover Like Books. Title: How the Second Grade Got $8, to Visit the Statue of Liberty Author: Nathan Zimelman Illustrator: Bill Slavin Publisher and Year: Albert Whitman & Company, Number of pages: 30 Genre: Humor, Realistic fiction Descriptive Annotation: This book is about a second grade class trying to raise money to go on a trip to visit the Statue of Liberty.

The Paperback of the How the Second Grade Got $8, to Visit the Statue of Liberty by Nathan Zimelman, Bill Slavin | at Barnes & 5/5(1). They need to earn enoughmoney for a class trip to the Statue of Liberty. Follow the tale in the very own words of SusanOlson, treasurer and reporter of the second grade class.

How the Second Grade Got $8, to Visit the Statue of Liberty | Smithsonian's History Explorer. When the second-graders at Newton Barnaby School plan a trip to the Statue of Liberty, they must first raise some money. These creative kids explore everything.

How The Second Grade Got $8, To Visit The Statue Of Liberty. By Bill Slavin. How the Second Grade Got $8, to Visit the Statue of Liberty has 1 reviews and 1 ratings. Reviewer unicornheart wrote: How the Second Grade Got $8, To Visit the Statue of Liberty I think It was hard for the class to get $8, The kids had to give $ to the recycler to get Johnny’s father’s comic books back because if Johnny’s father found out 5/5(1).

Get this from a library. How the second grade got $8, to visit the Statue of Liberty. [Nathan Zimelman; Bill Slavin] -- Chronicles the triumphs and setbacks of the second grade as they try a variety of schemes to raise money for a trip to the Statue of Liberty.

How the Second Grade Got $8, to Visit the Statue of Liberty (Hardcover) By Nathan Zimelman, Bill Slavin (Illustrator). Albert Whitman & Company,32pp.

Publication Date: January 1, Other Editions of This Title. Grade Two Keeping Track of Our Money Overview Students share the book How the Second Grade Got $8, to Visit the Statue of Liberty,by Nathan Zimelman, to learn about managing money and using record- keeping tools such as ledgers to track income, expenses, and balances.

Free 2-day shipping. Buy How the Second Grade Got $8, to Visit the Statue of Liberty at nd: Nathan Zimelman; Bill Slavin. Susan Olson, second-grade treasurer and reporter, here dutifully records the comical details that surround this adventurous tale under the headings, "Expenses" and "Profit." Spurred on by a desire to visit the Statue of Liberty, the class tries to earn money for the trip by collecting paper, running a lemonade stand, sitting babies, walking.

How the Second Grade Got $8, to Visit the Statue of Liberty | Susan Olson, second-grade treasurer and reporter, here dutifully records the comical details that surround this adventurous tale under the headings, "Expenses" and "Profit." Spurred on by a desire to visit the Statue of Liberty, the class tries to earn money for the trip by collecting paper, running a lemonade.

How the Second Grade Got 8, to Visit the Statue of Liberty, is exactly that. This book is about how a class of second graders tried to raise enough money to see the statue of liberty.

The class has fundraisers like a lemonade stand, a car wash, and ever try dog-sitting, but nothing they do would get them enough money/5(7).

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How the second grade got $8, to visit the statue of liberty. [NATHAN ZIMELMAN] -- Susan Olson, second-grade treasurer and reporter, here dutifully records the comical details that surround this adventurous tale under the headings, & ldquo;Expenses & rdquo; and & ldquo;Profit.

How the second grade got $8, to visit the Statue of Liberty by Nathan Zimelman; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Fund raising, Schools, Humorous stories, Fiction, School stories, Juvenile fiction, Humorous fiction. How the Second Grade Got $8, to Visit the Statue of Liberty by Nathan Zimelman,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(62).Read How the Second Grade Got $8, to Visit the Statue of Liberty to the entire class.

4. Remind the students that Susan Olson was the treasurer and reporter in the story. She was responsible for keeping accurate records of the second grade’s expenses, collection, and profits in their quest to raise money. Vocabulary: About (rounding.