Bringing to life an era when rivers, lakes, and oceans were the
nation's highways and lighthouses served as traffic signals and
maps, this comprehensive reference provides children with an
in-depth history of lighthouses and firsthand stories of the
challenges faced by lighthouse keepers. Filled with engaging
activities such as learning how to tie a bowline knot and building
a model lighthouse, this unique book also includes a field guide to
U.S. lighthouses, places to visit, a time line, glossary, websites
to explore, and a reading list for further study.
Chicago Review Press
|Country of origin:
Katherine L. House
||215 x 279mm (L x W)
||Electronic book text
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