Profiles the building of the Brooklyn Bridge and why you wouldn't have wanted to work on it!...
|Title||:||You Wouldn't Want to Work on the Brooklyn Bridge!: An Enormous Project That Seemed Impossible|
|Number of Pages||:||32 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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You Wouldn't Want to Work on the Brooklyn Bridge!: An Enormous Project That Seemed Impossible Reviews
This graphic novel series is a great way to introduce young readers to the non fiction genre. The zany illustrations and humorous approach to history will appeal to even the most reluctant readers. There are a multitude of topics is this series that will appeal to both boys and girls.
This was sooooooo interesting.
I ate up every word in this book. Definitely one of the better ones in this series.
Audience:This book would be geared towards intermediate elementary students due to the vocabulary.Appeal: Boys and girls will enjoy this book it is written as if the reader is the chief engineer of the bridge. It explains very well the difficulties and the whole process of creating the Brooklyn bridge.Application: I would use this book as a lesson to teach students about what a non-fiction book contains. It has a lot of mini help hints which makes it interesting to help the "chief engineer" while making the bridge. Due to the amount of imformation it would probably broken down to a couple chapters a day.Copyright:2009
This book is about the bridge that almost didn't get built. It seems like the process was cursed, but after all the issues, the bridge still stands today.
Got it from the school library. funny. i am reading another one, there are a bunch.