6 edition of The Flag found in the catalog.
January 29, 2007
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||462|
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It is based on a simple accordion book, in which papers are glued to the sides of the accordion. It The Flag book based on a simple accordion book, in which papers are glued to the sides of the accordion. In The Flag Book, Lonely Planet Kids introduces you to the flags of every country in the world, from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, and tells you what their design, colours, and images represent, along with lots of other incredible facts.
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The book covers and flags are made from lb. sueded, tan paper, hand illustrated with acrylic ink using pen nibs and stencil brushes. The concertina is made. Flag Book Variations.
Change the size of the flag book -- very long and narrow flags or chunky, fat flags. Experiment with different shapes for the flags -- round the corners or try triangles What about octagons. Use two rows, three rows, or even four rows of flags.
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Jun 01, · Now there’s Capture the Flag by Kate Messner. This one is going to be a dream for American History teachers, because it’s a modern adventure with three strong teenage heroes (two boys and one girl) that, like the Percy Jackson books, ties in a /5.
The Flag Page is your chance to see how you succeed in life, what motivates you most and how you're different from the people close to you. It's simple to do (5 minutes), easy to understand and best of all, gives you a vision for your future where you will succeed and why.
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Six Flags Read To Succeed is a free program that allows students to earn tickets to Six Flags just by reading for fun. Register Your Child Enter the code that appears at the top of the reading log you received from your child's teacher. Here in lyrical prose is the story of the flag that inspired Francis Scott Key to write the words that became the national anthem of the United States.
This flag, which came to be known as the 3/5(3). In The Flag Book, Lonely Planet Kids introduces you to the flags of every country in the world, from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, and tells you what their design, colors, and images represent, along with lots of other incredible facts.
This is a guide to the current national flags of the world. Each entry has a good illustration of the flag, its history, and basic country statistics such as capital city, population, etc.
The book includes maps to show where each country is. This book is good value and is a good introduction to flags. May 02, · It was a non-fiction book of the flag raising on Iwo Jima. It wasn't a regurgitation of his research, but a thoughtful expression of the facts as they were compiled.
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maybom247.comAug 29, · James Bradley's, book Flags Of Our Fathers depicts six men who put up the American Flag on Iwo Jima and the significance of this event. Bradley assesses who these men were before the war, during the war, after the war, and how the photo of them (on the cover of the book) putting up the flag affected their lives/5.May 04, · An article on Wednesday about the identities of the service members in an iconic photograph of American patriotism, depicting their heroism in raising the flag over Iwo Jima during World War II, which inspired the book and the movie “Flags of Our Fathers,” omitted the name of one of the authors of the book.