Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1982 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 74 pages
"To his many fans, David Macaulay is nothing less than America's Explainer-in-Chief." --Providence Journal
In this first-ever standalone full-color edition, Castle is lavishly reborn in digitally finished drawings rendered with felt-tip markers and colored pencils. Factual and artistic details shine in light of newly researched information. With characteristic zest and wit, David Macaulay retraces the planning and construction of Lord Kevin's fictional castle. Architecture enthusiasts of all ages will marvel at the staggering possibilities of human imagination and ingenuity.
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Review: Castle: How It WorksUser Review - Gps - Goodreads
very informative in the David Macauley style; plenty of information to keep the young reader interested, and the illustrations add tremendously. also, no glossing in this non fiction book, eg infected ... Read full review
Review: CastleUser Review - James Vachowski - Goodreads
What can I say about “Castle”? It's kind of like a picture book about architecture, with an awesome story set in medieval Europe. This is one of those books where I won't be able to describe it no ... Read full review