Kentucky Facts and Symbols
by Kathleen W. Deady



      Other books in The States and Their Symbols series:

Kansas Facts and Symbols



(sample page)

Back to My Books


Published by Capstone Press

(Bridgestone Books,

The States and Their Symbols Series)


Revised/updated Fall 2003

ISBN: 0-7368-0639-3


24 pages

Reading level grade 2-3

Interest level grades 2-5



Did you know?


The tulip tree, Kentucky's state
tree, can sometimes live as
long as 200 years.


Kentucky bluegrass, which is really
green, has blue buds in the spring.
The buds make the grass look blue
from far away.


Read these fun facts and lots more
about Kentucky and its symbols, 
including the state seal and motto,
tree, butterfly, fish, fossil, horse, 
and the state song.


  For more information: Click here

                  To buy:













Home | About Me | My Books | School VisitsFor Teachers | Writers' Groups | My Collection | Email Me

All images, including title and graphics, are the property of and copyrighted by Capstone Press.