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Tree Houses You Can Actually Build: A Weekend Project Book
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 ...more
Paperback, 120 pages
Published May 26th 1998 by Mariner Books
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This book shows how to make many different types of safe, lasting ladders and steps, along with other safety tips to help you build a tree house and enjoy it for generations. It's full of charming illustrations and many photos and stories of tree house projects; there's also a section on extras including benches and bunk beds and "phones", and even info on how to make a cardboard periscope. In the back there are cute signs tree house occupants can copy and fill in to deed their tree houses to th ...more
I have seen a few houses that were maybe fancier or neater, but this is bar none the best single source for practical, informative designs, instructions and hints. Lots of safety, ideas and guidelines. If you're going to build it, read this first.