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How to Build a House: A Colossal Adventure of Construction, Teamwork, and Friendship
By Saskia Lacey and Martin Sodomka (illustrator)
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Publisher Walter Foster Pub
Publication date September 1, 2016
Pages 64
Binding Hardcover
Book category Easy Non-Fiction
ISBN-13 9781633221413
ISBN-10 1633221415
Original list price $14.95
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Learn about home construction and teamwork as three unlikely friend work together to build a miniature house!

How to Build a House continues to follow the adventures of the three unlikely friends--Eli, Phoebe, and Hank, as they take on their latest engineering adventure, building a house! Follow the trio as they learn about how a house is constructed, from the foundation to the rafters. Detailed diagrams and illustrations help children and their parents visualize and conceptualize real-world home construction. Through hard work and preservation, the three friends learn the ins and outs of architecture and the benefits of teamwork. Filled with high-tech, realistic diagrams, How to Build a House provides children with a basic introduction to how a home is built from the ground up and encourages their curiosity to dream big.

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