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  • NATIONAL PARKS Core Library

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    Grand Canyon National Park

    Another View This book talks about ways the National Park

    Service is preserving and protecting Grand Canyon

    National Park. As you know, every source is

    different. Ask a librarian or another adult to help

    you find another source about this subject. Write

    a short essay comparing and contrasting the new

    source’s point of view with that of this book’s

    author. What is the point of view of the author?

    How are they similar and why? How are they

    different and why?

  • NATIONAL PARKS Core Library

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    Grand Canyon National Park

    You Are There This book discusses Tusayan Ruin, an ancient

    Puebloan village. Imagine you could go back in

    time and live there. Write a letter home telling your

    friends what your day is like. What do you notice

    about the landscape? What plants and animals

    can you find? Be sure to add plenty of detail to

    your notes.

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    Grand Canyon National Park

    Dig Deeper After reading this book, what questions do you

    still have about the Grand Canyon? Maybe you

    want to know more about canyon explorer John

    Wesley Powell. Write down a question that can

    guide you in your research. With an adult’s help,

    find a reliable source that can help you answer your

    questions. Then write a short paragraph about what

    you learned.

  • NATIONAL PARKS Core Library

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    Grand Canyon National Park

    Take a Stand Theodore Roosevelt was known as the conservation

    president. He wanted the Grand Canyon to be left

    alone. Many business people would like to develop

    the lands surrounding the Grand Canyon. Some

    want to establish uranium mines, others tourist

    attractions. Do you think they have the right to do

    that? What if the development changes visitors’

    experiences at the Grand Canyon for the worse?

    Is there a way to compromise?