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JenlovesJT47
Tip Tip Dig Dig | Emma Garcia
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Jace (and Cooper!) enjoyed this book that teaches kids about various construction vehicles and what they do. 4⭐️

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Crimson613 16pts!! 12-27 ohhh nice one! 4w
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GirlNamedJesse
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I like a lot of things about this book: a girl who wants to and can build an actual house!, excellent well-rounded adults, a culture other than my own, emotional connection, and kindness. Lou is the first female kid character I‘ve encountered who is talented and interested in building, and the circumstances surrounding that project pulled me in and wouldn‘t let go. 🏠🏠🏠🏠🏠

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peytonfleming
The Story of Buildings | Patrick Dillon
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Review: The story of Buildings by Patrick Dillon, 2014, is a nonfiction story all about the history of buildings all around the world.
Blurb: This book is a good example of the genre because it is full of real information/pictures of buildings & their history, the author did the research and was well educated on the topic.
Quote: “Most of all, the Middle Ages were a time of fighting, so kings and noblemen built great castles to defend themselves.“

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Clairedannemiller
The Story of Buildings | Patrick Dillon

“The great glass palace, full of wonders, proved to millions of visitors that a new age of technology had begun.“

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Clairedannemiller
The Story of Buildings | Patrick Dillon

This book would be good for 2nd and 3rd graders because it is more complex than other stories. This book would be great for kids because of the illustrations. Each page is very creative and interesting to read.