Look at that Building
A First Book of Structures
By Scot Ritchie
Set off on a building adventure and learn all about the science and engineering of buildings along the way!
Sally's dad has built her a new treehouse, but Max the dog can't climb up and join in all the fun - he needs a new doghouse!
Come along as five friends go on a quest to find out all they can about buildings and how they are constructed. By checking out structures, both big and small, Sally and her four friends (and Max and Ollie the cat!) learn about how buildings are made, what makes them strong and how they stay standing. After a fun day of exploring they are ready to build Max the best doghouse around!
This fun book introduces readers aged 7+ to the basic science and engineering that goes into buildings. Let the award-winning illustrator, Scot Ritchie take you on a skyscraper of an adventure.
Scot is an award winning illustrator/author who has been drawing since the dawn of time. He has illustrated over 50 books, some of which he also wrote.
Scot has worked with the National Film Board of Canada and has had his illustrations exhibited at the National Gallery of Canada. He lives in Vancouver, but enjoys traveling and has been able to pack up his laptop and work from London, Berlin and Hawaii.
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26 Jan 2017
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This book relies heavily on the excellent illustrations to convey much of the information and these, coupled with informative and easily understood text, makes the book a really good read. — Parents in Touch
Forming a bridge between picture book for pre-readers and truly informative information source, I found this a great visual exploration for 4 to 8-year-olds. Short chunks of wirting address this child reader (or listener) in a chatty, intimate style. I liked this unusual approach to an early information source and recommend it. — The School Librarian