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Tree Houses You Can Actually Build: A Weekend Project Book

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Provides information on tools, ropes, knots, ladders, and other equipment and supplies needed for building a tree house, and offers five basic designs that can be built

Synopsis:

Tree houses capture the imagination of the child in all of us, and they have never been more popular than they are today. This inspirational yet thoroughly practical guide shows even the most inexperienced weekend carpenter how to design and build a lifetime of memories for the entire family. With more than 200,000 copies of their popular Weekend Project Books sold, David and Jeanie Stiles have become America's First Couple of do-it-yourself woodworking. In Tree Houses You Can Actually Build, they explain basic building procedures through clear, simple instructions and non-technical line drawings that illustrate every step of the project, from the earliest sketches to the final cedar shingle. The authors outline five basic designs that can be adapted to virtually any set of conditions, and throughout the book, they emphasize safety for both adults and children. In addition to line drawings, the book contains a section of full-color photographs highlighting a variety of tree house projects, plus helpful building tips based on interviews with their owners.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780547488394
Subtitle:
A Weekend Project Book
Publisher:
Mariner Books
Illustrator:
David R. Stiles
Author:
Jeanie Stiles
Author:
Stiles, Jeanie Trusty
Author:
David R. Stiles
Author:
Stiles, David
Author:
Stiles, David R.
Subject:
Tree houses
Subject:
Design and construction
Subject:
Carpentry
Subject:
Tree houses -- Design and construction -- Amateurs' manuals.
Subject:
Outdoor & Recreational Areas
Subject:
Construction - Carpentry
Subject:
Woodwork
Subject:
Outdoor & Recreational Areas - General
Subject:
Woodwork - General
Subject:
Tree houses -- Design and construction.
Subject:
Construction-Treehouses
Subject:
Home Construction-Alternative Housing
Subject:
Home Construction-Outdoor Structures
Subject:
main_subject
Subject:
all_subjects
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Publication Date:
19980526
Binding:
Electronic book text in proprietary or open standard format
Language:
English
Pages:
120
Dimensions:
10.88 x 8.38 x 0.37 in 0.8 lb

Related Subjects

Arts and Entertainment » Architecture » General
Engineering » Construction » Carpentry
Engineering » Home Construction » Outdoor Structures
Hobbies, Crafts, and Leisure » Crafts » Woodworking
Home and Garden » Gardening » Construction

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Tree houses capture the imagination of the child in all of us, and they have never been more popular than they are today. This inspirational yet thoroughly practical guide shows even the most inexperienced weekend carpenter how to design and build a lifetime of memories for the entire family. With more than 200,000 copies of their popular Weekend Project Books sold, David and Jeanie Stiles have become America's First Couple of do-it-yourself woodworking. In Tree Houses You Can Actually Build, they explain basic building procedures through clear, simple instructions and non-technical line drawings that illustrate every step of the project, from the earliest sketches to the final cedar shingle. The authors outline five basic designs that can be adapted to virtually any set of conditions, and throughout the book, they emphasize safety for both adults and children. In addition to line drawings, the book contains a section of full-color photographs highlighting a variety of tree house projects, plus helpful building tips based on interviews with their owners.
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