Parents and children alike will want to read these books over and over again. These "nearly true" historic tales of trucks, trains and construction are sure to capture your little one’s attention. Filled with stories drawn from California history, they entertain as they teach about construction and how roads, schools and hospitals are built.
When finished reading "Big Bill and His Little Mixer Truck," your child
will know how concrete is made. "Engine Number Ten" leaves readers with a belief in the possible. "Cauliflower Boulevard" reveals how a great author found inspiration while building a highway.
Themes of friendship and hard work are also a part of these engaging and educational books.
The historic photos mixed with modern illustrations are sure to be a hit with your family!
Santa Cruz County Stories: Graniterock’s resident historian tells story of region
WATSONVILLE - Rose Ann Woolpert is in the midst of a personal renaissance. For more than 25 years, she's served as the resident historian at Graniterock, and lately she's found herself imme... ” read more
Rose Ann Woolpert is a writer, artist, historian and mom with a positive message for kids. She has spent over twenty-five years collecting the stories and family photographs of Granite Rock Company, which was founded in 1900 and is deeply rooted in the history of Northern California. Rose Ann shares these charming stories in picture book format with a new series of “Yes We Will Books.”
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