The House Book by Keith DuQuette
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From wall to wall and ceiling to floor, a house is made of many parts. Now, in page after page of beautifully detailed artwork, young readers can take a tour through a house, stopping in every room and examining all the features. Then they can venture outside to find how all sorts of houses make a neighborhood. Children will enjoy poring over these inviting pictures and taking a new look at something they live with every day.

About Keith DuQuette

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Keith DuQuette has had a long history with mythical animalsas a kid he collected sea monkeys.
Published May 24, 1999 by Putnam Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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Using a two-story structure as his prototype, DuQuette (Hotel Animal) surveys the components of a generic house. He begins with the facade, then isolates its structural details in watercolor and penci

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