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Construction-equipment loving boys will adore this humourous twist on the classic nursery rhyme. Someone has done a lot of work building a house. Someone has been operating a cement mixer, driving a bulldozer, and using a forklift to build walls, frame windows, and nail down a roof. Someone has built a big, strong home for Jack. But is this the house that Jack built? One tired puppy dog disagrees in this story about getting what you work for.
Cumulative text reveals who was really responsible for the house that Jack claims to have built, and all of the trucks involved, from the bulldozer used to clear the land to the van that brought a hammock for the back yard.
Number of Pages: 29
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
Publisher: Holiday House
Age Range: 4-8 years
Author: Karen Magnuson Beil
Street Date: July 1, 2009
Item Number (DPCI): 248-08-1815
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