Look inside this well loved toolbox there is so much to discover It holds strong wrenches that turn, pliers that pinch, and sandpaper that smoothes There are nails, screws, and a hammer A toolbox is a treasure trove for curious young builders When they re not running to explore their own tool collections, children will be glued to this book, exploring the shapes, names, and useful jobs of common hand tools Anne and Harlow Rockwell s preschool classic, for the first time in board book format, still shines with a well crafted simplicity that speaks to the desire young children feel to make something uniquely their own....
|Publisher||:||Bloomsbury USA Childrens unknown edition October 1, 2006|
|Number of Pages||:||20 pages|
|File Size||:||878 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
The Toolbox Reviews
The sweetest little story for anyone who loves tools. So simple and sweet. We bought this book for our 3 year old son with autism and he thinks it's him and his dad in the book. Just so so sweet. Our son loves tools and always runs and gets his tool box to pick out the tools as we read it to him.
My 2 year old simply adores this book! He is obsessed with all things related to building and this book covers it! It's a fairly basic board book, but has pictures of all of the tools that he likes, so he's able to look at the pictures and memorize what each thing is. Very cute for a tool-obsessed toddler!
I was a bit disappointed in this. It has lovely pictures but the narrative is sparse and not very interesting. I can't remember when it was originally published but it felt somewhat "old-fashioned". I bought it to go along with some toy tools for my grandson's birthday. I decided not to include the book with his gift.
must have with the toolbox I purchased with it.
I bought this for my 2 year old nephew based off the reviews from the moms who had boys who 'loved' tools and loved looking through the book and pointing out the tools. I am not a fan. It's a dry read and very 'simple'. Could have been more fun/ colorful/descriptive.
Simple, old-school pictures and text. My 2-year-old grandson loves this book and chooses to read it often.
I am in love with this book. It is simple, but beautifully illustrated. I saw my preschoolers going back to this book on multiple occasions. It is a great vocabulary building book. I love that it is a board book!
Wonderful accompaniment to the Wooden Take Along Tool Kit. Reinforces all the vocabulary and experiences with such an active and engaging toy.