Paloma wants to be Lady Freedom

Rachel Campos-Duffy

Book - 2019

"While lost inside the magnificent building, Paloma becomes enchanted with the statue of Lady Freedom, learns about her immigrant father's dreams, and discovers her own courage and love for America." --Amazon.

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Genres
Picture books
Published
Washington, DC : Regnery Kids [2019]
Language
English
Physical Description
40 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
ISBN
9781621579700
1621579700
Main Author
Rachel Campos-Duffy (author)
Other Authors
Richard Johnson, 1976- (illustrator)
Review by Publisher Summary 1

Today we spend so much time talking about diversity and what makes us different that we're forgetting to tell our children stories about what unites us as Americans. We have so many beautiful and important things in common—our history, our love of freedom, and our pursuit of the American Dream. Rachel Campos-Duffy is a mother of nine and contributor on the Fox News network where she gives her honest take on politics, culture, and parenting. Inspired by her immigrant mother's patriotism and the excitement of her own daughter's first visit to Washington, D.C., Rachel shares a story near and dear to her heart. It's a tale that takes the reader on a little girl's adventure inside the U.S. Capitol. While lost inside the magnificent building, Paloma becomes enchanted with the statue of Lady Freedom, learns about her immigrant father's dreams, and discovers her own courage and love for America.""Paloma's journey leaves her heart filled with love for family, freedom, and America—our home. It's my prayer that her story will do the same for your child or grandchild."  —Rachel Campos-Duffy