Build a Neighborhood Library

Earth-Friendly Projects
  • Interest Level: Grade 2 - Grade 5
  • Reading Level: Grade 3

Introduces the importance of reusing resources and explains how to make a small library to exchange books. Additional features to aid comprehension include detailed step-by-step illustrations, a clear list of materials, informative captions and callouts, fast facts, suggestions on how kids can make a difference, project tips and possible alterations, a table of contents, a phonetic glossary, sources for further research, and introductions to the author and illustrator.

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978-1-5038-1472-1
$34.95
Interest Level Grade 2 - Grade 5
Reading Level Grade 3
Genre Hi-Lo, Nonfiction
Category High Interest
Copyright 2017
Publisher The Child's World, Inc.
Language English
Number of Pages 24
Publication Date 2016-08-01
BISACS JNF015000, JNF001000
Dewey 027
Graphics Full-color photographs, 1-color illustrations
Dimensions 9.5 x 8
Lexile 560
Guided Reading Level P
Features Author/Illustrator biography, Educational front/back matter, Glossary of key words, Index, Informative sidebars, Phonetics, Reviewed, Sources for further research, Starred, Suggested websites, and Table of contents
Online Resources


  • From Trees to Paper to Books
  • Helping Communities
  • Big and Little Libraries
  • Building a Neighborhood Library
  • Glossary
  • To Learn More
  • Index
Author: Annette Gulati

Illustrator: Roger Stewart

Roger Stewart has been an artist and illustrator for more than 30 years. His first job involved drawing aircraft parts. Since then, he has worked in advertising, design, film, and publishing. Roger has lived in London, England, and Sydney, Australia, but he now lives on the southern coast of England.

Reviews

A noteworthy review of Earth-Friendly Projects from Children's Bookwatch on November 1, 2016

‘Build a Neighborhood Library’ is an intriguing title from the Earth Friendly Projects series for elementary age children, to make with adult supervision or assistance. The book begins by exploring the different kinds and sizes of libraries, with an introduction From Trees to View →