An enlightening and informative book about construction workers and what they do. For children ages 5 years and up.
A construction worker builds houses. First the ground is made even, and then a layer of concrete is poured over it. Now the construction worker can get started. He builds the walls and makes sure they're straight. When that's done, he adds a roof, doors, and windows. But there's still a lot more to be done inside . . .
Liesbet Slegers (1975, Belgium) studied Graphics and Illustrations at the Saint-Lucas institute of Antwerp. She works as a fulltime graphic designer and illustrator. With her simple, recognizable style and vivid colours she knows how to attract the attention of every toddler. In her many books, Slegers frequently focuses on "the first experience of a toddler," a time she characterized as "exciting but also very scary! I try to help them with my books," she added, "and also try to give the parents or teacher some assistance!"