Where Do Diggers Sleep at Night?

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Random House Childrens Books, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Do their mommies tuck them in while their daddies sing a goodnight song? Do they ask for one more story and then snuggle into a cozy service station? Find out all the different ways in which diggers, dump trucks, snow plows, tractors and more spend their bedtime rituals in surprisingly familiar ways. Children who can't get enough of trucks will love Brianna Caplan Sayres original things-that-go bedtime story.

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User Review  - A.Smith - LibraryThing

This book does is great for connecting kids with bedtime.Iit was an adorable book and I loved the colorful illustrations of cars and trucks. I believe this book is easy for the children to relate to ... Read full review

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User Review  - foraclass - LibraryThing

This book looks at where different kinds of trucks sleep at night. The verses rhyme and each type of truck discussed has a cute illustration to go along with it. Each image also appears to have a ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

BRIANNA CAPLAN SAYRES didn't know anything about trucks--until her two-year-old son started to teach her everything about them. Now she and her husband put two boys to bed each night in a New Jersey home filled with diggers, dump trucks, and fire engines. This is Brianna's first picture book. You can visit her on the Web at BriannaCaplanSayres.com.

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