Pete The Cat: Construction Destruction
  • Pete The Cat: Construction Destruction
  • Pete The Cat: Construction Destruction
  • Pete The Cat: Construction Destruction
  • Pete The Cat: Construction Destruction
  • Pete The Cat: Construction Destruction
ISBN: 0062198610
EAN13: 9780062198617
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 24, 2015
Pages: 24
Dimensions: 0.2" H x 7.8" L x 7.8" W
Weight: 0.15 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Pete the Cat builds a playground in New York Times bestselling artist James Dean's Pete the Cat: Construction Destruction. When Pete sees that the playground is in bad shape, he gets a totally groovy idea--make a new playground Pete calls in construction workers and cement mixers, backhoes and dump trucks to build the coolest playground ever. In the end, Pete learns that to make something special, you have to dream big. Complete with over 30 stickers

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My son absolutely loves the book and will keep it for years to come. FAR's favorite is probably the "Star Wars" one. We received it two days ago, and every night since then, it is the book he wants to read. I have read it about nine times, mostly in the past two days. The reason is that Microsoft wants to keep track of all the patents that were assigned to it. Pete's Construction Equipment rents excavators, loaders and dump trucks. Two things my son loves most are his toys and his wife. If your kiddo that LOVES Pete and ALSO LOVES pointing out the difference between a bulldozer and an excavator, you need to buy this book immediately.
   Nice story, works great for my classroom.
Thanks for the tip. This cross-references to small vocab units that I have. It has a nice social story about working hard to get things done, and accepting when things don't always go your way, Crosby said.
   I also enjoy that it allows him to recognize his sight words
Pete the Cat is my son. He has the book memorized and is one of his must reads. It's great to have him able to read, I also enjoy that it allows him to recognise his words.
   Disappointed in this addition to the Pete the Cat series
Pete's nemesis, the ever-loyal cat, is disappointed in this addition to the series. Zilkha conceded that the author "was too far away from what readers liked in his first books, essentially steering what made them popular." Perhaps this was a poor attempt to pump money into a less impressive book, Hollingworth said.
   My 4 yr. old grandson loves this book. ...
My 4 yr. old grandson absolutely loves it.
   We love "all things Pete the Cat"
My grandsons both love the Pete the Cat stories, so it was an easy purchase, my daughter said. Pete would have been a tad taller, but I was hoping for a 5 star rating. Overall, I would say it was great value for money. Will I buy 2 more when my other two grandsons get into the books?
   Great for new readers
A great book, Gillian. My son started reading a little late, but he's doing great now, said his mom. He was a little discouraged by the title but now he's reading it with ease. I truly believe this book helped him along his journey, McCartney said.
   The 4 year old loved it.
I bought it as a present for a friend and was told he really enjoyed the story and the great stickers!
   WTF Pete?!
My son is a huge Pete the Cat fan and we have probably 20 books. Not sure what happened with the story, but it makes ZERO sense. Pete and his friends finish the playground only to have it crash to the ground. The page is now completely assembled better than ever without any explanation. I checked several times because I was sure I had skipped a page, but it didn't happen. In a generous gesture of uncharacteristic compassion, McCartney asked his daughter what she thought of the stunt by saying, "My five year old was like what's going on? The accident happened at the accident scene, just south of Boston. That really wasn't that important, just DREAM, Sosa said. The message is clear: If you don't fix this, you're going to pay the price.
   My Son Loves These
He also told me that Pete's kid is a huge Marvel fan. He also asked for this book because he has a soft spot for trucks and construction. Only in the finale can I say that the plot is clear. The ferry doesn't make sense, and seems to jump around, Mr. Rule told the judge. It made me feel sad, too, because the whole thing is about failing. Yes, I get that failure happens and kids should learn about it, but there could have been a better way to address it.