Readers meet an initially disorganized Bruno, a chubby beaver, as he measures, saws, drills, screws, hammers, and glues...

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BRUNO THE CARPENTER

Readers meet an initially disorganized Bruno, a chubby beaver, as he measures, saws, drills, screws, hammers, and glues together a project in his workshop. His tools are shown in precise close-ups as they come into play, depicted in clean, full-page illustrations. These pictures alternate with dear scenes of Bruno building--readers learn--a very professional-looking toolbox. The uncluttered illustrations are rendered in watercolors and colored pencils; the text is fresh, straightforward, and gracefully to the point. Nice touches include a set of plans for the project and a last scene of a satisfied Bruno drinking tea with cinnamon rolls. He's a lovable hero in a neat little book.

Pub Date: April 1, 1996

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: 34

Publisher: Henry Holt

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 15, 1996