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I love this book so much. It’s a great story, in a fun-to-read rhyme scheme, with absolutely fantastic illustrations. I’d recommend it to anybody who is reading aloud to a kid, and would recommend the author and illustrator’s other book, Rosie Revere: Engineer, even more strongly. These are must-haves for your kid’s library! Check it out!
About the Author Andrea Beaty is the author of Iggy Peck, Architect, Rosie Revere, Engineer, and Ada Twist, Scientist, among other children’s titles. She lives just outside Chicago.
Iggy Peck, Architect Hardcover – October 1, 2007 by Andrea Beaty (Author) Review
I bought this for my son’s 2nd birthday gift. I love being able to buy books we both enjoy now. I’m a huge fan of the rhyming and think it makes it more engaging for my little guy. He asks for Iggy by name and points out Rosie Revere in this book, and vice versa. The illustrations are a huge selling point as well. I love the vocabulary this book introduces, it has been an excellent educational resource. We talk about buildings, bridges, towers. I wish there were more science and STEM themed books that were this much fun for my toddler. I can’t wait for the next book in the series coming out in 2016! 🙂 -Read Reviews-
Great book about a little boy and his natural talent for architecture. I’ve only seen this book in boutiques and rightfully so; the art is adorable and the storyline is linear and easy to relate to. My 1 year old daughter doesn’t understand the story line but will fall asleep the rhyming rhythm of the book, as all the verses in this book rhyme. This would make a great present for anyone ages of 4 to 9.
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