Dig, Dogs, Dig: A Construction Tail

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HarperCollins, Apr 30, 2013 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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A crew of dogs working on a construction site make for a delightful picture book written and illustrated in full-color by James Horvath.
In Dig, Dogs, Dig: A Construction Tail, Duke heads up a pack of construction worker dogs as they suit up in boots, gloves, goggles and dirt-digging suits to build a park! The dogs get to use all kinds of cool equipment—a crane, a dump truck, a loader, a bulldozer, and a cement truck. Most fun of all they get to dig. Like all dogs, they love digging.
Work is interrupted when the dogs find something deep at the bottom of a hole. Children will love discovering what is buried in the ground.

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User Review  - Nijania - LibraryThing

Dig, Dogs, Dig: A Construction Tail by James Horvath uses vibrant colors and beautifully crafted illustrations to tell a rhyming tale of dogs working together to build a park. In the title, I noticed ... Read full review

DIG, DOGS, DIG: A Construction Tail

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A dozen dogs and one black cat work hard to build a playground in this amusing story that will please kids who love excavators, cranes and dump trucks.The dogs wake up in their dormitory as the sun ... Read full review

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About the author (2013)

James Horvath has worked as a designer and illustrator for more than fifteen years. In 2002 he established Jamestoons Studios (with a workforce of one) so he could focus more on his illustration. When not scratching and scribbling at his drawing table, he plays with his two young sons and wife, bangs around on the banjo, surfs, and generally has a lot of fun. A lifelong devoted comic books fan, James Horvath lives with his family in Oceano, California.

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