Remember Me
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A picture book biography that shows how one poet’s voice forever changed the way we view perhaps the most symbolic piece of art in America: the Statue of Liberty

Presents a version of the inspirational story behind the famous poem that begins, "Give me your tired, your poor," while describing how the poem helped render the statue a defining symbol of America's ability to provide welcome and refuge.
 
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