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Children's LiteratureThere is a new baby in the house and when the young boy in this story invites his friends over, they make too much noise. His resourceful Dad has a great idea. With toolbox in hand, he takes the kids outdoors and together they build a tree house. It is pretty spectacular and now the kids can whoop and holler and not disturb the baby. There is a note to parents on the opening page urging them to read to and with their kids, and it even has suggestions as to the best approach for using the book. At the end of the story there is a list of the words in the book with gold stars to put next to the ones the child can read. It makes the book more of a personal purchase. A Level 1 book in the "All-Star Reader" series. 2003, Reader's Digest Children's Books, Ages 4 to 6.
— Marilyn Courtot