Synopses & Reviews
What is more memorable than a child first learning to tie his shoes? Or wrapping his first Christmas presents? Knots aren't easy to learn, but they are very helpful—whether you are five years old, ten years old, or even fifty years old. Here is a children's picture book that will help parent and child learn together.
In My First Book of Knots, you'll learn how to tie knots you can use in fishing, camping, ranching, farming, and more. You'll learn how Santa Claus ties up his sack full of presents and how to tie a knot that will make it easy to carry heavy objects. Every step of each knot is drawn out for you and includes clearly written instructions. After you read this book, you can save the day with a square knot and wow your friends with a double figure eight bend.
With this picture book, kids of all ages can learn how to tie knots they can use in fishing, camping, ranching, farming, and more. This full-color, step-by-step beginner's guide gives simple instructions on tying more than 50 useful knots.
First Book of Knotscombines beautiful, full-color illustrations with clear verbal instructions to teach children a variety of knots for use in boating, camping, fishing, backyard construction, yard-work, and any other recreational pursuit. Assuming no prior knot-tying experience, it also covers domestic knot-tying such as flat ties, bowties, shoelaces, and gift-wrapping. Detailed, full-page illustrations will not only show young readers how to tie and use each knot, but will also make kids of all ages eager to apply their new knowledge. First Book of Knotsalso includes a brief introductory history of knots and an illustrated list of knot-tying terms.
A beginner's full-color, step-by-step illustrated guide to tying more than fifty useful knots.
About the Author
Berndt Sundsten is a teacher. He lives in Sweden.Jan Jäger is an illustrator. He lives in Sweden.