Caroline House/Boyds Mills Press, Sep 1, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
A father and son team of barn savers works to ensure that a beautiful old barn is taken apart with respect and tender care so that all its pieces can be used again in future building projects.
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Review: Barn SaversUser Review - Matthew - Goodreads
This is probably the clearest example of the writing that Linda Oatman High can do. The literary devices that she makes use of overwhelm me. She truly demonstrated mastery of her subject and interwove multiple layers of complexity into the text. Read full review
Review: Barn SaversUser Review - Debra - Goodreads
K - 5 Measurement - Length, Area This book is about preserving history and the value of historic buildings. Father and Son working together to rebuild barn. Read full review