Bear Builds a House (Hardcover)

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Bear Builds a House (Hardcover)

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Bear’s next project is her most ambitious one yet, she’s going to build a house! But can she and her friends finish before winter sets in?
 

The bear from Maxwell Eaton’s Bear Goes Sugaring returns in this fascinating follow-up, and this time, she’s going to build a house entirely from scratch! To do so, she’ll need time, careful planning, sturdy materials, and a whole lot of help from. . . most of her friends.
 
Readers will see a house built before their very eyes as they are guided through detailed descriptions of each step in the construction process, from site selection, to chopping trees to make wooden planks, to laying down foundations, insulation, and power and plumbing. Key to the process is Bear’s attention to sustainable architecture, an excellent lesson for kids who want to learn about clean energy and sustainable planning.
 
As in Bear Goes Sugaring, readers will love Maxwell Eaton’s humorous approach to a serious subject and the antics and funny dialogue that Bear’s animal cohorts contribute.
 
A Junior Library Guild Gold Standard Selection
 
Maxwell Eaton III wrote and illustrated Bear Goes Sugaring, which received three starred reviews, as well as The Truth About series, Seriously Funny Facts About Your Favorite Animals. This series includes The Truth About Dolphins, The Truth About Hippos, The Truth About Elephants and The Truth About Bears which received multiple starred reviews. He lives in the Adirondack Mountains of New York State.
 
Product Details ISBN: 9780823447145
ISBN-10: 0823447146
Publisher: Neal Porter Books
Publication Date: February 1st, 2022
Pages: 32
Language: English
"This book invites kids into the process and answers their questions with detailed knowledge and vocabulary. Eaton does this with a tremendous number of facts that never overwhelm readers."—School Library Journal

"Detailed, pastel-hued artwork brings the setting, which channels the author's home in the Adirondacks, to life. The illustrations highlight not only characters but also building techniques, incorporating simple diagrams naturally. A perfect hook to interest children in building or help young readers build knowledge about home construction."—Booklist