Construction Site Mission: Demolition!
  • Construction Site Mission: Demolition!
  • Construction Site Mission: Demolition!
  • Construction Site Mission: Demolition!
  • Construction Site Mission: Demolition!
  • Construction Site Mission: Demolition!
  • Construction Site Mission: Demolition!
  • Construction Site Mission: Demolition!
  • Construction Site Mission: Demolition!
  • Construction Site Mission: Demolition!
  • Construction Site Mission: Demolition!
  • Construction Site Mission: Demolition!
  • Construction Site Mission: Demolition!
  • Construction Site Mission: Demolition!
ISBN: 1452182574
EAN13: 9781452182575
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 29, 2020
Pages: 40
Dimensions: 1" H x 10" L x 10" W
Weight: 1.737243 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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5
   Top 3 titles we read
This book is written in an exceptionally special way. Covers the process of construction as well as any vehicle involved in these processes and the respective tasks that they would perform. Originally, this was a gift for our two year old son, but then became our favorite 2 year old daughter. Great exclamation words and lots of illustrations.
 
4
   Fun and cute but a little repetitive and there’s a typo..
After adding this book to our collection a few days ago, we now have 9 of this author's books. My son is in love with the construction and we love so many of her books! Despite some reviews saying it is not as interesting, my son loves this book as well. It did seem a little repetitive with the steps that the trucks take to demolish the building, but my son had me read it twice a day to him since we got it. There is a typo, so it was a little disappointing. My son laughed when I had to explain why I read the word wrong the first time. Overall, it is a fun book to add if you love the other books, but Goodnight Goodnight and Kid McGear are still my favorites!
 
3
   Rushed book
This book is a little disappointing compared to previous books in the series. The typically flow very well and the artwork isn 't bad. The first editions have the best artwork, but later on they moved to a new artist and the quality isn 't the same. This time the book doesn 't flow and the artwork is the most disappointing compared to the rest. It feels like the book was rushed to market while reading it. Skip that one, but buy the rest.
 
5
   So happy with purchase
These books are so darn cute! My three-year-old nephew absolutely loves them! He is very much into cars, garbage trucks and construction equipment. He makes me read these books every day. This is the 3rd one I have received and the quality is fantastic! Great for personal use and gifting!!
 
2
   Doesn't fit with the other construction books
We love a few of the good books of the construction site, but this was not as other. Kid McGear comes back in this book, but is not anymore part of the team, she is just an extra hand for this job. It's nice to talk about recycling but it's pretty repetitive. It pretty much says the same thing for 3 different machines.
 
2
   Disappointed
My son is 3.5 and loves all these books, he is obsessed with construction trucks. This was boring and felt repetitive as it kept repeating how the material was sorted and saved for reuse. We tried it on a couple different reading nights and he's completely bored and indifferent to it. He has never gotten tired or sick of any of the other books in this series. I have been reading the book Good Night for over 2 years now and is the same with Mighty Construction Site and Skid Steer... this new one has just flopped.
 
5
   Ka-Boom!
I am quite surprised '' by other reviewers who say that this book is boring. My son, who is 2 and half, is obsessed with it just as he is obsessed with all the other books in this series. He especially loves destroying balls and demolition sites, so it is a treat to find a book focused on this topic. I find it to be well-written and engaging, and I don 't tire of reading it loud several times per week at bedtime. I would highly recommend this to all the kids-loving construction!
 
3
   Eh.
It is a little hard to read - it does not flow as easily as the other books. The concept of recycling and reading new is great, but gets lost in my effort to read all the words correctly! There are sentences that make sense justification and there is a typo in it too.
 
3
   A good addition to the rest of the collection.
My son, who is almost 3, LOVES these books! We started reading Goodnight Goodnight, as we call it, and after a few months we moved to Mighty Mighty and on Christmas Night it was switched to Goodnight. I read these books every night for over a year and they are great. Mission Demolition is good, but not as good in our opinion as the mentioned ones. The words get a bit jumbled up like you read a hard book by Dr Seuss. This makes it just makes it difficult to get into a fun cadence like you can with the others. The illustration is good as always and the story is amazing.
 
1
   Pretty boring
We have all the other books and they were fun. We just received the book and I read it with my 7-year-old. He loves construction truck stories and he tells me that this one was not very interesting. I agree with him ''. I disagree.
 
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