Let's Build a Playground (Little Builders) (Board book)

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Let's Build a Playground (Little Builders) (Board book)

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From the publisher that brought you the bestselling Baby University books comes a brand new board book series of construction books for kids. Join the construction team and help build a playground!

Let's build a playground! Follow along step-by-step as we construct a fun neighborhood playground, from digging holes for the support poles to assembling the slide and more! With a simple format and the introduction of new engineering concepts and words, tiny tool lovers will enjoy being a part of the construction crew.

The Let's Build series introduces young readers to engineering, construction, and architecture, helping them imagine what they can build!

Robert Pizzo is an author/illustrator based in New Jersey. He began his career as an assistant to the legendary comics artist Will Eisner. Since then, he’s produced literally thousands of bold and colorful graphic illustrations for the nation’s top magazines, newspapers, book publisher, ad agencies and corporations, as well as releasing several picture books.

Product Details ISBN: 9781728242262
ISBN-10: 1728242266
Publisher: Sourcebooks Explore
Publication Date: January 4th, 2022
Pages: 24
Language: English
Series: Little Builders

"Let’s Build a Playground and Let’s Build a Highway are exceptional board books on many levels, managing to communicate some complicated ideas and concepts clearly and in an age-appropriate way, to show components of engineering/ construction projects with attractive clarity, and to give very young children a taste of unusual vocabulary words – along with some familiarity with the ways in which taken-for-granted elements of everyday life are created." — InfoDad.com



"Youngsters will readily remember the concepts and gradually 'read' independently..." — Oneaota Reading Journal, Luther College