TOOLS FOR ANDY by James S. Tippett

TOOLS FOR ANDY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For young handymen, a quick ""here's how"" about some of the most common tools, with an amusing poem and a brief chapter for each tool. Andy learns by watching his father, his mother, and the plumber what different tools are used for and how to use them. In fact Andy knows quite a bit about the hammer, screw driver, wrench, shovel, saw, pliers, plane, and paintbrush when he gets a tool chest or his own. A sensible introduction to carpentry with literal illustrations by Kay Draper in black and red. Large, clear type for second and third year readers.

Pub Date: Aug. 15th, 1951
Publisher: Abingdon-Cokesbury