The Toolbox

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Aladdin Books, May 1, 1990 - House & Home - 23 pages
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"A beautiful as well as a useful book in which fine representational paintings depict such tools as screwdrivers, clamps, saws, hammers plus a lovingly handled toolbox showing hand-smudges from use".--Library Journal.

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User Review  - DellaShaw - LibraryThing

This book shows pictures and words about tools that might be in their dads tool box. Introduces new vocabulary to them. Read full review

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User Review  - judydeja - LibraryThing

Illustrates a complex approach to tools and their uses in woodworking. Ages: 4-5 Pierce College Library Read full review

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Anne Rockwell is an acclaimed creator of innumerable children's books. She lives in Greenwich, Connecticut.

ANNE ROCKWELL and her late husband HARLOW ROCKWELL were inspired to make this book over 30 years ago by their son Oliver and his awe of his father's tools. Anne lives in Greenwich, Connecticut and she is the author and illustrator of innumerable books for the very young.

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