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"Is This a Roof?": A Children's Book for the Roofing Industry (Hard copy)


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Employers in the roofing industry are experiencing a shortage of workers. Despite opportunities for personal and professional growth, careers in professions such as roofing have received little notice in comparison to the attention paid to a college education. Young people deserve to know about other pathways to success!

Research shows by raising awareness of the roofing trade in children as young as kindergarten, they become more likely to consider roofing as viable career alternatives in the future. With this book, we hope to elevate roofing into the consciousness of young readers.

This is the perfect book for parents to educate their children about the roofing industry. Elevate the industry one child at a time!

Story Premise

Tucker is Talia's big brother, and he is a roofing worker. One day, Talia visits Tucker's job site. Talia asks so many questions that Tucker takes her down the street so they can look at the different roofs on buildings in their town. Tucker shows Talia his safety equipment, and Talia learns about solar and green roofs in addition to shingle and low-sloped roofs. By the end of the story, Talia wants to build roofs, too. Maybe someday when she is bigger ...

A Spanish version of this publication also is available.

Item #: 3900

Member price: $6.00
Nonmember price: $12.00

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