The Little Chapel that Stood By: A. B. CurtissIllustrated by: Mirto GolinoSubmitted by: Kolt age 9St. Paul’s Chapel was built in present day New York in 1766. The little Chapel has seen the American Revolution, George Washington’s family worship, immigrants searching for a new start, and a city grow around it. It sat in the shadows of the Twin Towers, until September 11, 2001. Many things were destroyed that day, but not the Little Chapel. To learn more about the story of St. Paul’s read The Little Chapel that Stood. The story alone is worth reading, but you will enjoy the color in the artist illustrations as well. September RosesBy: Jeanette WinterSubmitted by: Kort age 5Two ladies from Africa came to New York for a flower show on September 11th. The show was canceled. Somebody nice gave them a place to sleep. The ladies found something special to do with the roses. You can read September Roses to find out what they did. Fireboat, The Heroic Adventures of the John J. HarveyBy Maira KalmanSubmitted by Kolt age 9The John J. Harvey is a retired fireboat in the New York Harbor about to be sent to the scrap yard. The Harvey had seen 64 years of service fighting the fire of the Normandie, patrolling for wharf fires, and aided in celebration until it’s retirement in 1995. The Harvey appeared to have no more use to her; however, not everyone thought the Harvey needed to be scraped. To find out about the John J. Harvey read Fireboat by Maira Kalman.