History, STEM and reading collide as learners build a bridge for Twenty-One Elephants

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http://www.amazon.com/Twenty-One-Elephants-Still-Standing-Prince/dp/061844887X
Reader:  Twenty-One Elephants by April Jones Prince
Maker:  Build a Bridge for 21 Elephants by Playground Parkbench

From the editor:
After fourteen years of construction, the Brooklyn Bridge was completed, much to the delight of the sister cities it connected: Brooklyn and New York City.

Fireworks and top hats filled the air in celebration when the magnificent bridge opened in 1883. But some wondered just how much weight the new bridge could hold. Was it truly safe?

One man seized the opportunity to show people in Brooklyn, New York and the world that the Brooklyn Bridge was in fact strong enough to hold even the heaviest of passengers. P. T. Barnum, creator of “The Greatest Show on Earth,” would present a show too big for the Big Top and too wondrous to forget.
 

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