City In The Sky

author: Glanz, James
Chronicles the history of the World Trade Center from its first blue-prints through the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, exploring how the towers were created, what they symbolized, and how the world was impacted by their destruction.
year: 2004
copies: 1
call number/section: 720.48

What Were The Twin Towers?

author: O'connor, Jim
Examines the true story of New York City's Twin Towers, how they came to be built, how they changed the New York skyline, and how they came to be destroyed by terrorists on Sept.
year: 2016
copies: 48
call number/section: 725
lexile: 890

102 Minutes

author: Dwyer, Jim
Tells of the men and women who saved themselves and others in the final minutes before the World Trade Towers collapsed on September 11, 2001, and includes testimonies from workers in the buildings, police and fire personnel, a construction manager, and a window washer.
year: 2006
copies: 18
call number/section: 974.7

Construction Worker

author: O'connor, Rachel
Discusses some of the jobs done by construction workers, the training and tools needed, and opportunities in the field.
year: 2004
copies: 8
call number/section: 690
lexile: 900

The Savvy Musician

author: Cutler, David
Discusses how musicians can balance various aspects of their professional life, covering how to build a career, earn a living, and contribute meaningfully to society, with details about business plans, marketing, branding, networking, and other related topics.
year: 2010
copies: 1
call number/section: 780
subjects: music trade, music

Top Careers In Two Years

author: Porterfield, Deborah
Profiles construction and trade careers that can be achieved with an associate's degree, including plumber, mason, construction site manager, and others, and provides guidance for career planning and success.
year: 2008
copies: 17
call number/section: 331.7

Steel Beams & Iron Men

author: Cherry, Mike
An ironworker describes his experiences erecting steel frames of large structures such as skyscrapers and industrial plants in New York City and a California desert.
year: 1980
copies: 1
call number/section: 691.02

Cool Careers Without College For People Who Love To Fix Things

author: Bickerstaff, Linda
Explores the job descriptions, education and training requirements, salary, and outlook predictions for twelve careers that focus on repair work and do not require a college education.
year: 2004
copies: 1
call number/section: 331.7
lexile: 1180

Star Wars

author: Luceno, James
As tensions build in the outlying systems of the Galactic Republic, Supreme Chancellor Valorum calls for an emergency trade summit on the planet Eriadu--but not even Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn nor his apprentice Obi-Wan Kenobi can foresee the chaos that will ensue--perhaps leading to war--caused by an alliance with Darth Sidious within the Trade Federation.
year: 2002
copies: 2
call number/section: FIC

I Want To Be A Builder

author: Liebman, Daniel, Liebman, Dan
Photographs and text provide young readers with information about the work of builders.
year: 2003
copies: 6
call number/section: 690

Builders, Traders, & Craftsmen

author: Shuter, Jane
Introduces the work of artisans responsible for the buildings, statues, and carvings of ancient Greece; describes the lifestyles of the people; and indicates the importance of traders and trading.
year: 1999
copies: 5
call number/section: 938
lexile: 800

Cool Careers For Girls In Construction

author: Pasternak, Ceel
Presents a variety of careers for women that involve the contruction trades, including heavy equipment operators, electricians, plumbers, and architects.
year: 2000
copies: 2
call number/section: 624.02

Careers In Focus

Explores the top twenty-seven careers in construction in terms of the nature of the work, educational or training requirements, getting started, advancement possibilities, salary, employment outlook, and sources of more information.
year: 1998
copies: 3
call number/section: 690

Hard Hat Area

author: Thompson, Lisa
Identifies the skills and education needed to be a contractor, provides a look at the day-to-day activities of a contractor, and includes information about tools, materials, and building techniques, as well as little-known facts about the profession.
year: 2008
copies: 2
call number/section: 690.02
lexile: 930
subjects: building trades

I Invented The Modern Age

author: Snow, Richard
Henry Ford grew up as a Michigan farm boy who intuitively saw the advantages of internal combustion and built his first gasoline engine our of scavenged industrial scraps.
copies: 5
call number/section: 920


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