Clothesline Clues to Jobs People Do

Clothesline Clues to Jobs People Do

Title:Clothesline Clues to Jobs People Do
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781580892513
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:40 pages

Who wears oven mitts, an apron, and a puffy hat? Who uses safety glasses and a saw? Clothes and special gear associated with an array of different professions appear on a clothesline, with an accompanying four line stanza asking the reader to guess w...


    Clothesline Clues to Jobs People Do Reviews

  • Mari

    A rhyming guessing game. What fun! Kids love this kind of riddle book, and I love that the authors deliberately have women doing jobs where picture books more often show men- firefighters, astronauts,...

  • N

    I thought this would be a good book to engage an audience through providing opportunities for guessing, and then I noticed there are lady astronauts, carpenters, and firefighters! Combating gender ste...

  • Edward Sullivan

    Guessing people's occupations by what they wear. I especially like the inclusion of women in jobs like astronaut, carpenter, and firefighter....

  • Mama Bibliosoph

    *Look at the clotheslines and see every clue! Who uses these things for the jobs that they do?*My kids love guessing game picture books! This one is about matching clothing to the kind of job it is wo...

  • storymamas

    The perfect book for talking about community workers! Each page gives a few rhyming clues about a specific job and the reader is asked to infer by looking at clothes and items used by each worker. Onc...

  • Shantel Floyd

    A beautiful picture book that deciphers jobs by clothing/uniform. The title is literally the synopsis. The book is wonderfully and thoroughly illustrated. That's what I loved about it most and what I ...

  • Paige Smith

    When I read this book my first thought was how adorable the poem and pictures were. While reading further into the text I was very surprised and pleased to see that jobs like a firefighter and an astr...

  • Jennifer

    This was really good for storytime - interactive, rare words (hue, canvas, easel, etc) and gender parity in the workforce (actually it was kind of girl heavy but the SCOTUS is boy heavy so, again, PAR...

  • Jennifer

    Simple and straight forward text and clear, bright illustrations, this is a great addition to story times with toddlers and preschoolers. The format is question and answer so there's plenty of opportu...

  • Shari

    Interactive, guessing game book: The work clothes of a specific worker is on the clothesline. The children guess the job. The really cool thing about this book is the women in jobs like fire fighter, ...