Push! Dig! Scoop!

Push! Dig! Scoop! Down At The Construction Site, Mama And Papa Trucks Show Their Youngsters How To Build Pushoosh Goes A Big Mama Bulldozer And Her One Little Dozer Digschlup Goes A Tough Papa Excavator And His Two Little Excavators Count Along With Every Scooping, Mashing, And Spinning Family Of Trucks In The Construction Site All The Way From The Bright Early Morning Till It S Time To Snuggle In To Bed Picture Book Talents Rhonda Gowler Greene And Daniel Kirk Have Joined Together For A Book That Will Dig Its Way Into The Hearts Of Those Who Love Where Do Diggers Sleep At Nightand Digger, Dozer, Dumper

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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Push! Dig! Scoop!
  • Rhonda Gowler Greene
  • 06 August 2019
  • 9780802735065

10 thoughts on “Push! Dig! Scoop!

  1. says:

    If you are going to do a book that is clearly patterned on Over in the Meadow, the least that you could do is make the rhymes smooth enough to sing These aren t, they are choppy, and in spots, downright dreadful Fewer, simpler words would have worked a lot better.However, the anthropomorphic vehicle art by Daniel Kirk will delight young readers, who won t give a damn about the quality of the rhymes So, for its kid appeal, I am giving it a 3 I find it note worthy, though, that Daniel Kirk was also involved in the recent version of Twas the Night Before Christmas, which also murdered the scansion of the original poem in several places Is he working with an editor agent with a tin ear

  2. says:

    Rhyming Counting Vibrant illustrations Simple text Yes please I plan to use title for my next storytime.

  3. says:

    Of course this had been W s bedtime book for two solid weeks It s a fun variant of the construction counting rhyme, with good sound effects typed in The illustrations are great for the toddler, though not my personal favorite style of vehicle personification And the ending lines were completely original

  4. says:

    This book is a bit to long for a storytime setting but was great fun to read and reread with my three year old nephew this past week We not only counted each set but counted how many in total It was super cute and he was very sad to see it leave the house today Recommend to anyone with young children who love machines.

  5. says:

    Told with the Down in the meadow rhyme, we count both mama and papa vehicles at the construction site Kids loved to spot the numbers on each spread and enjoyed counting a long Great for early preschoolers just learning their numbers.

  6. says:

    A fun book begging to be sung to the listeners Appropriate for all, most interested would be construction equipment lovers Cute illustrations with human like characteristics given to the equipment and numbers on each page.A counting book at its best.

  7. says:

    This one is so much fun Fun counting pictures, fun rhyme, and repetition that the kids love.

  8. says:

    I really loved this counting and singing book about construction vehciles Toddler and up and would make a great extension.

  9. says:

    I didn t love the art and I thought the integration of the counting idea was weak.

  10. says:

    I loved this book

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