What Do Grown-ups Do All Day?

What Do Grown ups Do All Day Featuring than one hundred jobs this book gives children a fascinating insight into what grown ups do all day Explore fifteen busy scenes set in diverse work places then turn the page to find out wh

  • Title: What Do Grown-ups Do All Day?
  • Author: Virginie Morgand
  • ISBN: 9781847808448
  • Page: 295
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Featuring than one hundred jobs, this book gives children a fascinating insight into what grown ups do all day Explore fifteen busy scenes set in diverse work places, then turn the page to find out what each person s job entails Packed with detailed scenes and information, this is a sure fire instant classic.

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    • Darcy says:

      A feast for the eyes! Grown-ups take an appalling lack of naps! They must be very cranky. -M

    • Mehsi says:

      When I saw this book I knew I just had to have it, I saw excerpts/sneak peeks of it on Twitter and fell in love with the book. It finally came in 3 days ago, and yesterday I had a chance to read it. This is a really fun, terrific book. Separated in various workplaces, from hospitals to theatres, you will see 8 people in each workplace and learn about their job, what the name of their job is, and also a short description of it. I really loved this, though at times I thought it was a bit too gener [...]

    • LAWonder10 says:

      Help children understand some of the obligations of grown-ups with this informatively, entertaining book of illustrations. Not only does it show many vocations, but centers on fourteen main areas of employment and the various occupations therein. It gives a brief description of each occupation, plus his/her primary duties. Through word and picture, very young children are encouraged to gain an education and develop various talents while doing so.The illustrations are somewhat expressionist, yet [...]

    • Laura shavers says:

      I won this book through a giveaway. I'm trying to get through all of the books I've won:) I'm making progress. My son and I went through 2 scenarios a night until we were done. He's 7 and a pretty good reader for his age. There were some words that challenged him, which I liked and words that he sounded out, which made me proud as well. He got to read about what his daddy does on a construction site. So, that was neat! I think this book was very informative and gave information on a lot of care [...]

    • Jordan Kinser says:

      This book is so informational! I love the artwork (it has lovely colors that make it pop) and it shows over a hundred jobs and what they involve. This book would be great for explaining what their parents do or for deciding what to do themselves some day. I like that it has a diverse group of characters and that it goes beyond the traditional "fireman, policeman" blah, blah, blah. I would get this book for any inquisitive mind.Grade: K-4Genre: Informational

    • Jesse Summers says:

      I learned a lot.

    • Brittany says:

      An introductory of different grown up jobs at best. Includes professions kids might already be familiar with. Decent art.

    • Hadasa says:

      Simple explanation about hundred of jobs so it can help children imagine what they want to be when they grow up.

    • Rae says:

      Around fifty different occupations are described in short sentences. Digitally illustrated. Lovely.

    • Nikki says:

      I received this book free through giveaways.I really enjoyed this book and I think its perfect for all children. I love the illustrations they are so simple and old-timey. I love how they aren't trying to be super hip/modern. This book reminds me of the Richard Scary books I had as a kid. It shows a picture of a job and a couple sentences explaining what the person does. What I love most about this book is the diversity. The illustrations show people of different races and genders in all types [...]

    • Annie says:

      I am so torn about this book! I loved it, first of all. The illustrations are simple and it definitely describes to students about different types of careers and the skills needed for each. I am definitely keeping this book for my daughter, but I am not sure about how it could be used for social studies. I have issues with this type of thing being social studies content, but I may have to reconcile this. I do think this would be a great addition to any lower elementary classroom.

    • Reagan says:

      It's about grown-ups doing jobs. When you read it, you can pick what job you want to have.

    • Sarah says:

      Kindergarten unit: careers

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