Fix that clock! /Material type: BookPublisher: Boston ; Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Description: 32 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm.ISBN: 9781328904089; 1328904083.Subject(s): Stories in rhyme | Buildings -- Repair and reconstruction -- Juvenile fiction | Tower clocks -- Juvenile fiction | Rodents -- Juvenile fiction | Birds -- Juvenile fiction | Picture books for children | Stories in rhyme | Buildings -- Fiction | Tower clocks -- Fiction | Rodents -- Fiction | Birds -- Fiction | JUVENILE FICTION / Concepts / Counting & Numbers | JUVENILE FICTION / Concepts / Size & Shape | JUVENILE FICTION / Animals / General | Picture books for children | Fiction | Juvenile works | Picture books | Stories in rhyme | Picture books | Stories in rhymeSummary: A construction crew rebuilds an old clock tower that has become home to rats, bats, mice, and an assortment of birds.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
A construction crew rebuilds a rickety old clock tower that has become home to wild animals in this picture book for fans of Sheep in a Jeep and Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site. <br> <br> An underlying message of cooperation and conservation drives this rollicking introduction to counting and shapes.<br> <br> The old clock tower used to stand tall and proud. Now, it's rusty, dusty, moldy, musty . A construction team decides to turn zigzags into squares and get the clock chiming again. But wait: What will happen to all the animals who have made this dilapidated clock their home?<br> <br> Nothing can't be fixed and everyone is welcome in Fix That Clock , a celebration of hard work, compassion, and collaboration.
A construction crew rebuilds an old clock tower that has become home to rats, bats, mice, and an assortment of birds.