A Career as a Carpenter

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 80 pages
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Carpentry is a profession that is just as important today as it has been throughout history. While the tools, techniques, and training may have changed, it still has results that only individual artisans can produce. From honestly confronting the kind of education they want to pursue in relation to goals, to how to go about finding an apprenticeship, this book offers the kind of concrete information that readers can use to build a rewarding life as a carpenter. Interesting sidebars and a helpful resource section provide additional details of all there is to know, learn, and seek about a life in woodworking.
 

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6
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15
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29
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39
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49
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Roza is a writer and editor for a children's book publisher and teaches at the State University of New York in Fredonia.

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