Carpentry 5th Edition with Canadian Resource Supplement ePub download
by Leonard Koel,Andris Balodis
- ISBN: 0826908071
- ISBN13: 978-0826908070
- ePub: 1929 kb | FB2: 1983 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Education
- Publisher: Amer Technical Pub; 5th edition (August 1, 2008)
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 456
- Format: lrf mobi lrf lit
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Carpentry + Canadian Resource Supplement.
At almost 900 pages long it covers just about every skill that a carpenter requires - and it covers them well. This is the book that is required reading for many post secondary carpentry training programs, and no wonder - it's like having a Norm Abram or Mike Holmes standing over your shoulder - but not so disquieting. Carpentry + Canadian Resource Supplement.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. I wasn't disappointed. Book by Leonard Koel. Book condition: Fair, used, suffered water damage on my end.
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