Iggy Peck, Architect

Iggy Peck, Architect

Book - 2007
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Ever since he was a baby, Iggy Peck has built towers, bridges, and buildings, which comes in handy when his second grade class is stranded on an island during a picnic.
Publisher: New York : Abrams Books for Young Readers, 2007
ISBN: 9780810911062
081091106X
Branch Call Number: FICTION Bea
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 29 cm
Additional Contributors: Roberts, David 1970-

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yellow_lion_386 Sep 23, 2014

yellow_lion_386 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 2 and 6

ELIZABETH RAMSEY BIRD Feb 17, 2014

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ELIZABETH RAMSEY BIRD Feb 17, 2014

This one's a treat. Original and enjoyable and lots of fun to read. And hey, if you want to use it to convince the youth of America that architecture is a fun and interesting occupation, by all means go ahead.

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ELIZABETH RAMSEY BIRD Feb 17, 2014

It was pretty clear right from the start that Iggy Peck wasn’t your normal toddler. No, by age two he’d discovered how to construct towers out of diapers (interesting, if not particularly sanitary). By three he used fruit to create his constructions, and by the time he hit the second grade he was getting more and more creative. That’s when he got into Ms. Greer’s class. Ms. Greer had once suffered an unfortunate incident in a very tall building, and the result is that she felt from there on in that, “all building-lovers were nuts.” Forbidden to build, Iggy’s spirit is crushed. That is, until the day the class is trapped on a small island with little hope of escape. Little hope, that is, until Iggy’s skills prove useful when it comes to escape.

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