¿Qué significa ser carpintero? (What's It Really Like to Be a Carpenter?)

Trabajos que quieren los niños (Jobs Kids Want)

Even as the world changes, skilled labor will always be needed. There's nothing quite like the ability to create things with your skills and your own hands. Carpenters use their skills to build things we use every day, including items such as furniture, buildings, and bridges. They read building plans, choose materials, design, and create. This book teaches kids that to become a carpenter, you have to use a lot more than a hammer and nails; you need your brain too. Photographs and diagrams enable readers to make key connections with the text.

RL
Grades
1-2
IL
Grades
1-3
GRL
I
Details:
Product:
ISBN: 978-1-7253-0551-9
Author: Christine Honders
Copyright: 2020
Reading Level: Grades 1-2
Interest Level: Grades 1-3
GRL: I
Dimensions: 8 1/2" x 8 1/2"

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