We spend most of our lives in buildings. We make our homes in them. We go to school in them. We work in them. But why and how did people start making buildings? How did they learn to make them stronger, bigger, and more comfortable? Why...
- Auteur:Dillon, PatrickSommaire:
- Auteur:Ritchie, ScotSommaire:
An engaging introduction to buildings, with a deft mix of nonfiction and fiction elements.
- Auteur:Fliess, SueSommaire:
Lets build a fort! Grab a pencil, draw the plans. We'll construct it with our hands. Dad and son hit the hardware store. And then they start to build! Raise the walls up, hoist that beam. Real construction takes a team! When theyre all...
- Auteur:Clement, NathanSommaire:
The bulldozer, the excavator, the loader and other heavy machinery all have important tasks to accomplish at the job site: digging, lifting, carrying, dumping, moving, shaping.
- Auteur:Beaty, AndreaSommaire:
Ever since he was a baby, Iggy Peck has built towers, bridges, and buildings, which comes in handy when his second grade class is stranded on an island during a picnic.
- Auteur:London, JonathanSommaire:
Froggy and his friends build a treehouse, while avoiding help from his little sister, Frogilina.
- Auteur:Dale, PennySommaire:
Dinosaur Dig! has everything that boys love — diggers, dinosaurs, and dirt — plus a bit of counting thrown in for good measure. Bursting with energy, noise, and a splashy, surprising ending, this is an absolute riot of a book.
- Auteur:Macaulay, DavidSommaire:
Reveals the how and why behind some of the most fascinating and enduring structures humankind has ever created.