Daniel Brownlow

The White House

At Washington, D.C. the White House stands. The White House doesn't just belong to the president it belongs to every one in our country. Some important ideas and decisions are made in the White House.
The White House has a special hall called the round hall. Hints the name the round hall is round. The round hall is 96ft across and above it is 183ft to the dome.
On top of the White House there is a statue but not just any statue there is a lantern that can turn off and on. When the lantern is on at night it means the house is in session.

Bibliography

Waters, Kate. The Story of the White House. New York

Strickland, Alison. Washington D.C. Worthington: Willowisp Press Inc.,1985.

Pictures: Britannica School. 2014.