How do you build a house? What kind of tools would you need? This book goes through each set of tools needed by workers building a house. The tools are grouped by use and children flip the pages to see whose tools they are. Beginning with the foundations of the house and ending with a complete home, this book will delight any kids interested in building.
Fun interactive pages and adorable illustrations engage readers in construction.
My little builder selected this book - so I wasn't surprised he liked it! He loved seeing the tools and then enthusiastically shouting out the answer to "Whose tools are those?" I knew my three year old would love it, but I was surprised how much my five-year-old enjoyed it. She doesn't normally get interested in building, but this book appealed to her.
I also liked Whose Tools>. It is perfect for a three year old in both size and content. The illustrations are cute, the progression is easy for them to understand, and it's fun for them.
This is a nonfiction board book, that uses rhyme to introduce kids to tools and different types of construction jobs.
By 'parternering' tools with the person who uses them, you can introduce young readers not just to what a tool does in and of itself, but the job / person that uses it.
6 to 9
3 to 6
Read with children ages 3 and 5.
Buy! This would be a good book to give as a gift to a little construction enthusiast.