Drew the Screw

Drew the Screw

Book - 2016
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The pencil draws, the tape measures, the saw cuts and the drill makes holes. Together with the boy, they are building a treehouse. "What can you do?" the tools ask Drew. Drew worries that he can't do cool things like the other tools. But when boy comes for him, Drew is surprised to get a job that's not only important but just right.Beginning readers can build their phonics skills with the delightful story about a group of tools with personality.
Publisher: New York : Holiday House, 2016
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780823435401
Call Number: jR CERA
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 27 cm


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Mar 14, 2017

Drew the Screw lives in a garage with a bunch tools. The tools all have important things they are able to do and the little screw seems to be left behind until the boy comes and uses him for a very important job: to hold up a "home sweet home" sign on a tree house that all the tools helped make. My grandchildren loved that Drew was always somewhere on the page (but seemed somewhat useless until the end). Good book for very young ones to school age children. Illustrations are simple and straightforward.


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