The toolbox

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Macmillan, 1971 - House & Home - 23 pages
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An easy-to-read description of the basic tools found in a toolbox.

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User Review  - AlissaT - LibraryThing

This book tells the story of a little boy and his toolbox. The little boy tells readers about all the different things in the box and what they do. I thought this was a cute story, and a good way to ... Read full review

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User Review  - junludai - LibraryThing

This book give the story about a boy's toolbox and all the different types of the tools in the box. Kids can learn a lot of tool vocabularies in the book. 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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