1 edition of The boy who built the boat found in the catalog.
The boy who built the boat
For young children.
|Statement||Ross Mueller ; [illustrator] Craig Smith|
|Contributions||Smith, Craig, 1955-|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 2006/43252|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||2007367855|
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In this charming and creative picture book, a young boy sets out to build a boat just like the ones his dad makes. Repetitious, tongue-twisting language traces Henry’s journey as he collects the tools he needs—including a saw, drill, and hammer—and enlists the help of his sister and her teddy : Ross Mueller.
Henry builds a nice boat he named "SS Henry" and sails in an imaginary ocean. He invites his dad to appraise the work and gets a pat on the back for a job well done. The book encourages children to watch and learn and try to build things. We will the read the book aloud and we will use the rich vocabulary words in the book in my classroom/5.
Summary: "Henry sets out to build a boat one day. He has a hammer and a saw and a sister and a Teddy and a shed full of big ideas. With a buoyant, rhythmic text, ideal for reading aloud, 'The Boy Who Built the Boat' celebrates the simple joy of making things"--Back cover.
Buy a cheap copy of The Boy Who Built the Boat book by Craig Smith. In this charming and creative picture book, a young boy sets out to build a boat just like the ones his dad makes. Repetitious, tongue-twisting language traces Free shipping over $ One day Henry decides it's time he built a boat of his own, so he uses his tools and the materials he finds in the shed, and with a little help from his big sister, he builds a mighty fine boat that he sails in a wonderfully imagined ocean."--Provided by publisher.
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