Dig Dig Digging
Macmillan, May 1, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
Busy machines for busy kids!
"Diggers are good at dig, dig, digging,
scooping up the earth and lifting and tipping.
They make huge holes with their dig, dig, digging.
They can work all day."
Trucks and tractors, fire engines and helicopters-they all like to work hard. But after a long, happy day of beep-beeping and vroom-vrooming, even the busiest engines need to rest. This bright, bouncy, noise-filled book brings together all the vehicles that children adore.
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Review: Dig Dig DiggingUser Review - Sarah Traynor - Goodreads
My third boy adores this book above all the others. Whatever it is about it all three children insisted on it over and over again at age two. The illustrations and the sounds repeated really draws them in. Read full review
Review: Dig Dig DiggingUser Review - Josh Mattocks - Goodreads
Essentially, it is about vehicles and what the purposes of these vehicles are. The book conveys the sound that these vehicles make and what the vehicles do. I really like the element of rhyming in the ... Read full review