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My Grandma Uses Power Tools  

WRITTEN AND ILLUSTRATED BY ANNIE LANG

 

There is a squeaky door that needs fixing, a picture that need hanging,

a fence that needs mending, hedges that need trimming, furniture that

needs cleaning and a bookshelf that needs to be built.  How will these tasks ever get done?  Don't worry because my Grandma will use her power tools! Read this story and find out just exactly how we can get these problems solved. 

 

Product Description

Written and illustrated by Annie Lang, "My Grandma Uses Power Tools" is a delightful story for kids of all ages.  Young readers will quickly engage with Annie Lang's vividly detailed imagery as a little girl character and her Grandma spend the day together working on projects and fixing "stuff".  Children will learn about common tools in the toolbox, why safety gear is needed and how quickly the day passes when you spend it working together.  "My Grandma Uses Power Tools" is a terrific "read it together"  publication that encourages discussion with each turn of the page.  Inspired by her granddaughters, this is Annie Lang's ninth indie published children's book title.  

From the Author

This book was written for preschool-2nd grade level readers.  In today's world of do-it-yourself tasks, gender or age is no longer an obstacle.  Teaching children basic DIY skills and proper use of safety gear provides them not only with life skills, self confidence and a sense of accomplishment, but the lessons learned travel with them throughout their lives. There is no better way to encourage a child than by hands-on projects. Working together, solving problems and completing tasks with a happy heart will build both life skills and memories that will last a lifetime.