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About the author:
Peter Hill is an engineer who lives in Springfield, Virginia. As the father of four kids, and a grandfather, he has spent a lot of time in the backyard building stuff. His kids' favorite was probably the tree house, which grew to three levels and incorporated a zip line.
Let's Build Something, Dad
Thirty fun step-by-step backyard projects
When it comes to building things, many dads are all thumbs. But that doesn't stop the kids from begging us to help them make stuff. Well, help is on the way thanks to Peter Hill's book "Let's Build Something, Dad."
As a long-time engineer and father of four, Mr. Hill definitely has the skills and experience to help dads go from bumbling buffoon trying to figure out what a socket wrench might look like to superhero able to build tree houses and bird feeders in a single bound. The book includes 30 fun step-by-step building projects. Think squirrel feeder, bat house, bird feeder, club house and much more.
If you like this book, you might also enjoy "What's for Breakfast, Dad?" written by foodie Sarah Spigelman. Once you build something in the backyard, you and the kids will be hungry, you know.
Look for many more titles coming soon in the Oh Dad! series - a division of Raburn Publishing: fun and informative books written for dads and the eye-rolling children who love them.
- Publication Date:
- 1470125994 / 9781470125998
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 8.5" x 11"
- Full Color with Bleed
- Related Categories:
- Family & Relationships / Parenting / General