eBook New York (Portraits of the States) download
by Jim Mezzanotte
Author: Jim Mezzanotte
Publisher: Gareth Stevens Pub Learning library (July 1, 2005)
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Category: Children's Books
Part of the Portraits of the States Series). This exciting new series gives young readers their first in-depth look at the United States.
Part of the Portraits of the States Series). Each volume provides a colorful, comprehensive portrait of a state's history, people, land, economy, and government. Readers will enjoy the "Fun Facts" sprinkled throughout each book and learn even more about state facts, symbols, and famous people. A chapter on "Things to See and Do" explores each state's unique places and activities.
Many of these nine deeply beautiful stories explore the material consequences of various kinds of time travel. Reading this book feels like being seated at dinner with a friend who will explain the state of the sciences to you without an ounce of condescension. Luiselli has delivered a madly allusive, self-reflexive, experimental novel, one that is as much about storytellers and storytelling as it is about lost children.
This exciting new states series, written for Grades 2 and above, is designed for elementary students' first study of the United States. Each volume is a colorful, comprehensive portrait that features state facts and symbols and uses clear, vivid text to describe the history, people, land, economy, and government of each state. Young readers will enjoy the Fun Facts sprinkled throughout the text and the chapter on Things to see and do. Each title includes a time line, biographies of notable people, and numerous maps and charts.
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Over 140 reporters from The New York Times participated in the writing of the paper’s daily feature, Portraits of Grief, some for only a couple of days and others for months.
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Portraits are one of the richest veins of the Whitney’s collection, a result of the Museum’s longstanding commitment to the figurative tradition, which was championed by its founder, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney. Yet the works included in this exhibition propose diverse and often unconventional ways of representing an individual.
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Artists have been making portraits of the mighty for centuries-from Velázquez’s Philip IV to Lucian Freud’s Elizabeth II-and the act of portrait-making can leave the royal or the tyrant, the President or the diplomat with a sudden feeling of disequilibrium, of a transfer of power. This past September, when nearly all the world’s leaders were in New York for a meeting of the United Nations, Platon, a staff photographer for this magazine, set up a tiny studio off the floor of the General Assembly, and tried to hustle as many of them in front of his lens as possible.