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How to Build Treehouses, Huts, and Forts
     

How to Build Treehouses, Huts, and Forts

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by David Stiles
 
A treehouse is a wonderful idea, but how in the name of creation do you actually build one? In this delightfully illustrated handbook, David Stiles, the unofficial world grandmaster of the treehouse, shows how. Not assuming anything about the treehouse builder, Stiles starts with the basics: how to nail, how to buy wood, what kind of screws and nails to use. Then

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How to Build Treehouses, Huts, and Forts 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Abbott More than 1 year ago
I found this book while looking for an activity that my newly adopted nephew could do with his new father to help build their bond. Ever since then, I have bought the same book for many of my siblings children to interact and include time with their parents. I gave up on toys... kids out grow them or they break and they have too many, where as a book is educational and promotes a lifetime of learning. Since then I myself own the book and many of my friends children (my new favorite birthday gift). Everyone loves the book and the idea that it gives an activity for the entire family to enjoy. This book allows the ideas to flow and a drive to create and interact. I am currently working on a couple projects with my nieces and nephews and their parents. Also I admit I started one for myself to play in (child at heart). The pictures are fun and create a flow of imagination. The blueprints are easy to follow and provide ease of variations if need be; even if your not an avid carpenter the concepts are achievable. I highly recommend this book to anyone whom loves to interact with the children or be one themselves. :)