Iggy Peck, Architect was written by Andrea Beaty and illustrated by David Roberts. It is the story of Ignatius Peck, a young boy who builds fantastic structures out of common materials. Unfortunately, Iggy doesn't get the credit he deserves - the adults in his life, especially his second grade teacher, criticize his buildings. The young architect continues to build and eventually convinces his teacher that constructing brilliant structures is something worthwhile and noble.
Beaty's text is measured and humorous, sure to get a chuckle out of your children. Roberts's pen and ink drawings are embellished with watercolors and perfectly illustrate the story.
The Amazon comments confirm that this is a great book for any child who builds amazing structures from common objects in their world. It is sure to make them laugh and they will learn about how to never give up on their ideas.