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Up! Up! Up! Skyscraper Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-04-16 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:158089710X
LANGUAGE:English

" Cool book about building a skyscraper. Some rhyming and some not. There are smaller printed words that point out the different parts of the equipment and building. This is a great book with wonderful information. I learned new things! " said.

" Informative and well-illustrated. A bit boring, though... " said.

" Great book for little budding engineers. " said.

" I love the opportunity to expand this for older kids (or for super interested kids) " said.

" My kiddos needed to read non-fiction for a summer library bingo game....while this book does a great job for the very young children, it was a little too young for my kiddos! Still, a cute book. " said.

" I really liked the easy flow of the story coupled with the integrated "vocabulary" words. My childhood self would be all over that lol. " said.

" Short rhyming storytime text about construction, paired with slightly longer (but still short) explanations of how a skyscraper is built great for Preschool-K and kids wanting to learn about construction! " said.

" Wonderful rhyming picture book for young children who are curious to know more the about what specific kind of materials, design, and engineering go into making tall buildings and skyscrapers. Recommended for preschool thru 1st grade. " said.

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