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The Construction Alphabet Book Paperback – July 1, 2006
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Top Customer Reviews
I, and other moms in the neighborhood, used to refer to any big construction vehicle in the vicinity as a bulldozer. The looks of searing disappointment he gave at those times has been etched into my soul. Never again.
You should check out the author's other alphabet books. We also have the underwater one and the beetle one, and my son loves all of them.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My 2 year old love this book. Some of the equipment is a stretch for children... i.e "N" Is "Night light" on the construction site... a little if-y to me. Read morePublished 4 days ago by nicole coulter
I had no idea what the names of all the construction equipment was that are in this book. I got it for my grandson, but I learned a lot as wel.Published 12 days ago by scshopper
Well done. I enjoyed reading it. I highly recommend this for anyone wanting to learn the names of machines used in construction.Published 13 days ago by ericdude
This book has wonderful pictures and the pages are made of a material that can't be torn easily. The information about each truck is wonderful and including the alphabet really... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Sara Yost
This book is so much fun for any child who loves trucks and heavy machinery! Its a fun way to reinforce letters and sounds (not always the best sound when learning phonics, but... Read morePublished 21 days ago by alsilon
A little too "wordy" for young kids. For example, letter Q is for quad axle Lowbed, and it talks about two and four axles. Do kids even know what an axle is? Read morePublished 29 days ago by Lovetoread