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Busy Builders, Busy Week! (Board book)
In this bright, bold picture book, a cast of animal characters are building a brand-new playground in a local park for their community! Each day of the week contains a different construction plan as the steam-rolling, digging, and planting gets underway.
Tuesday! Mix day!
Pipe and boards and bricks day.
Stack, spin, pour it in.
Give the fence a fix day.
Wednesday! Load day!
Take it on the road day.
Hoist, haul, pull it all.
Something being towed day!
The construction project comes together for a joyful, rhyming walking tour of a neighborhood, where young readers can learn the days of the week while watching everyone work as a team!
About the Author
Author Jean Reidy's been told that a naughty little kid lurks somewhere inside her - and she takes that as a high compliment. She writes from her home in Greenwood Village, Colorado where she lives with her husband, Mike. She has four children and hoards of nieces and nephews who provide her endless inspiration. Too Purpley! was her first picture book, and this is her second. Please visit her at www.jeanreidy.com.
Leo Timmers has written and illustrated several books for children, including Happy with Me, which was awarded the Bookfeather Prize for Best Upcoming Talent. His books have been published in Korea, Brazil, Spain, Denmark, France, the United States and Sweden. Leo lives in Brussels, Belgium with his wife Gina and their daughter Luna.
"Richard Scarry has some competition. . . . The acrylic illustrations are bright and busy, full of details to spot. . . . Charming appeal. Neatly encapsulates the three-ring circus that is a little tyke’s world and gives children an opportunity to practice all kinds of skills." —Kirkus Reviews on ALL THROUGH MY TOWN
"With spreads jam-packed with detail and event . . . it’s an undeniable feast for the eyes." —Publishers Weekly on ALL THROUGH MY TOWN
"This spirited picture book is as much fun to browse through as it is to read, and it could spark classroom discussions about neighborhoods and community workers." —School Library Journal on ALL THROUGH MY TOWN