Iggy Peck, Architect

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Harry N. Abrams, Oct 1, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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In the spirit of Ian Falconers "Olivia," this hilarious, irreverent book introduces Iggy Peck, who has been building fabulous creations since he was two. But when his new second-grade teacher declares her dislike of architecture, Iggy faces a challenge. Full color.

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Love the illustrations - Goodreads
Illustrations were great. - Goodreads
Clever, fantastic illustrations, and quite hilarious. - Goodreads
Very fun illustrations with great little details. - Goodreads
My boys and I have LOVED the rhymes and pictures. - Goodreads
Great illustrations and rhyming text. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Monica - Goodreads

Might have liked this more if it weren't for the pictures. Move over Barbie, this teacher is even more exaggerated than you! Bit creepy. Read full review

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User Review  - Parker Catlett-Miller - Goodreads

These books are seriously so good! I highly recommend them to people, probably for kids a little older than P-Man but great books about STEM careers! Read full review

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Andrea Beaty is the author of" Doctor Ted"; "Firefighter Ted"; "Hush, Baby Ghostling";" When Giants Come to Play"; and "Iggy Peck, Architect". As a kid, she spent her days being a detective, world explorer, movie star, and spy. Now, as a children's author, she spends her days pretty much the same way! She lives in the Chicago area. You can visit her online at andreabeaty.com.

David Roberts (PhD, University of California, Berkeley), a recipient of Woodrow Wilson and Rockefeller Foundation Fellowships, focuses on modern European intellectual history and the problems of fascism. His many publications include "The Syndicalist Tradition and Italian Fascism" and "Benedetto Croce and the Uses of Historicism.

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