Construction Themed Books for Kids 

This week is all about ‘Construction Imaginative Play‘ on our blog.

Here’s 14 of our favourite ‘construction themed’ books:

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-I love, love, love Rosie Revere Engineer and its message on gender equality and not giving up. I would highly recommend it. It’s currently my children’s favourite book.

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As with the other ‘look inside’ books by Usborne, this book is packed full of fantastic detail and discussion points.

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Cute, lift the flap building site book for young children.

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Another fabulous book by Andrea Beaty, the illustrations by David Roberts and stunning.

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Gorgeous lift-the-flap book, great for teaching the basics of construction to young children

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Fun lift-the-flap digger book that makes sounds too!

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Kids will learn so much from this bold and beautifully illustrated Construction book by Sally Sutton (illustrations by Brian Lovelock).

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Packed full of vehicles to teach your children (and maybe you!) tonnes (!) about construction vehicles.

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I love Usborne sticker books as the stickers are always very high quality and detailed, great fun for kids making the scenes for their building sites.

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We adore this book (see review here), fantastic craft book with stencils and templates for making your very own cars and trucks.

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Fantastic, educational and fun book with incredible detail.

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Gorgeous, children’s story perfect for snuggling up with.

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Noisy button, digger book- what’s not to love!

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Read my review here of this beautiful, wordless picture book. 

Find out what else we’ve been doing as part of our Construction Imaginative Play Week here.

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15 thoughts on “Construction Themed Books for Kids 

  1. Such a great selection we also have the noisy yellow digger at school and it is a firm favourite with all the noises. Thank you for linking up to #ablogginggoodtime 🎉

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  2. Thank you so much for sharing this with us for #ablogginggoodtime Just to let you know that sadly Catie (Spectrum Mum) will no longer be a co-host for #ablooginggoodtime, we will have a new co-host this Thursday and you can still link up through Katie or myself reflectionsfromme.com Thanks, love Mackenzie

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  3. My daughter loves construction toys, I’m sure she’d love these books too! I’ve been meaning to get Rosie book but haven’t got round to it yet – good birthday present for next month I think, thanks for the reminder 🙂 #BlogCrush

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