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Cathedral: The Story Of Its Construction

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Cathedral The Story Of Its Construction
"Cathedral: The Story Of Its Construction": Is Without A Doubt A Must Have Children's Book

Your child will love this outstanding book written by David Macaulay. Written by David Macaulay and it was published on the 26th of October, 1981 by Sandpiper. The child's book is 80 pages long. The child's book dimensions are 11.81" Height x 8.82" Length x 0.31" Width and weighs about 0.65 lbs. There are people who proclaim they don't really have time to read, but reading is yet another great usage of time, especially with the correct book. See this recommendation and you will absolutely love reading a lot more. To get the same great price I came across, visit our partners via the add to shopping cart button on this site.

Sandpiper, Cathedral: The Story Of Its Construction. cathedral story construction richly illustrated book


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Publisher:Sandpiper
MPN:9780395316689
ISBN:0395316685
Author:David Macaulay

The Gothic cathedral is one specific distinct of humanity's greatest masterpieces--an architectural feast that couldn't support but attract the attention of renowned author-illustrator David Macaulay. (Ages 9 and older) --Gail Hudson How were those 60-foot-high windows made and installed in the 13th century? He begins Cathedral in 1252, when the people of a fictitious French town named Chutreaux decide to build a cathedral instantly after their current church is struck by lightning. Week by week we witness the construction of this glorious temple to God. Thanks to Macaulay's thorough, thoughtful tribute for the Gothic cathedral, not a stone, turret, or pane of stained glass is left unexamined or unexplained. When an architectural student at the Rhode Island School of Design, Macaulay glories within the intricacies and beauty of structure, as evidenced in his masterful pen-and-ink drawings in critically acclaimed children's books like Castle, Pyramid, and Rome Antics. We first meet the craftspeople, then examine the tools, study their cathedral plans, and watch the laying in the foundation. And how did folks haul those huge, heavy bells up in to the skyscraper-high towers? Macaulay intuitively hones in on the specifics about which we are the most curious: How had been those enormously high ceilings built and decorated?

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  • Pages: 80
  • Languages:
  • English (Unknown)
  • English (Original Language)
  • English (Published)
  • Product Dim.: Height: 11.81" Length: 8.82" Width: 0.31"
  • Weight: 0.65 lbs.
  • Package: Height: 0.3" Length: 11.9" Width: 8.9"
  • Package Weight: 0.9 lbs.


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