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Books with title Construction Workers

  • All about Construction Workers

    Mari Schuh

    eBook (Lerner Publications TM, Aug. 1, 2020)
    Abby loves her community and the construction workers that built it! Construction workers create everything from sidewalks to buildings. Abby wants to celebrate their work!
  • Construction

    Ian Graham

    Hardcover (MMS Gold, May 1, 2010)
    This title describes ways to find work in construction, together with lists of the most important aspects of jobs in the field. It gives details of specific jobs such as bricklayer, plumber, site engineer, architect and construction manager, and describes long term career paths and wider opportunities. In the Workplace is a new and informative series aimed at giving KS4 students an opportunity to explore different areas of work that may be of interest to them after leaving school. It includes information on how to find a job in a particular field, the qualities needed, what your main tasks would be, and how to work your way to the top of that field.
  • The Construction Worker

    Jared Siemens

    Library Binding (Lightbox, Aug. 1, 2018)
    The construction worker is a person in my neighborhood. Did you know that construction workers build tall buildings? Learn more about construction workers in The Construction Worker.
  • Construction Workers

    Cari Meister

    Paperback (Jump!, Aug. 16, 1709)
  • Construction Workers

    Jared Siemens

    Library Binding (Av2 by Weigl, Nov. 1, 2015)
  • We Need Construction Workers

    Lisa Trumbauer

    School & Library Binding (Capstone Press, March 15, 1849)
  • A Construction Worker's Tools

    Jesse McFadden

    Paperback (Powerkids Pr, Aug. 1, 2015)
  • Construction Workers

    Elizabeth Morgan

    Paperback (Powerkids Pr, Jan. 15, 2016)
    Construction workers build and repair the homes, roads, and skyscrapers we see around us every day. Readers discover fun facts about this important career as they learn about the skills and tools used by construction workers on the job. Fact boxes and a detailed graphic organizer provide additional information in an eye-catching way. Full-color photographs of construction workers give readers a clear picture of what this career is all about. Readers also learn what they can do now to begin preparing for a career in construction if this kind of work fits their interests and skills.
  • Working in Construction


    Paperback (Careers and Occupational Information Centre, )
  • Construction

    Rennay Craats

    Library Binding (Lightbox, Aug. 1, 2017)
    From concrete to cranes and blueprints to bridges, Construction explores the basic science concepts behind tearing down and building all types of structures. Learn more in Construction, a Science Q&A title.
  • What Do Construction Workers Do All Day?

    Emily Mahoney

    Library Binding (Gareth Stevens Pub, Aug. 15, 2020)
    Construction workers have very physically demanding jobs, and their days can be very different depending on the project they're working on at the time. Excited readers will explore the world of demolition, building, designing, and creating with this engaging book about construction. Defined vocabulary words help make this narrative easily accessible for all readers. Detailed photographs convey what it's really like to work in construction.