Diggers are good at did, dig, digging They can work all day This noisy, busy, bestselling book with fun rhyming text and bright, bold artwork is jam packed with diggers, tractors, rubbish trucks, fire engines, cranes and other favourite machines Perfect for machine mad little ones...
|Title||:||Dig Dig Digging (Orchard Red Apple)|
|Publisher||:||Orchard Books New Ed edition April 25, 2002|
|Number of Pages||:||32 pages|
|File Size||:||664 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Dig Dig Digging (Orchard Red Apple) Reviews
My son loves all things construction, and when we found this book at the library it was a sure winner! After several times of checking it out, I dicided that it might be good to just buy it on amazon. It was a used book, but was in great condition! This book goes though many work trucks, from tractors to diggers, rescue helicopter to bulldozers. It's a great book and the favorite every night before bed for my three year old.
My son grew addicted to this book around 9 months old and would request it constantly all day long. He learned quickly to identify all the machines in it and could point to the correct ones before he could even speak the names of them. He easily caught every mistake we made (purposeful or not) when reading it. This is the most taped-up book in our house because my son fell asleep on it nightly and at naps for quite awhile. It still lives on though, and our younger child now loves it and requests it frequently. It is one I will keep for potential grandchildren, and I debate buying a new un-taped version or keeping this ultra-well-loved copy to remember how adored it was.
My son was obsessed with this book. He had me read it again and again. I can recite this book from memory. The pictures are cute and the words have a nice rhyme and rhythm. For any kid into construction vehicles, this is a must have!
I bought this for my 15 month old because he is vehicle obsessed and loves books. Usually he just randomly flips the pages around and points to things and asks what they are. Since we started reading this book, he asks me to actually read the words to him. The writing is very lyrical so I read the sentences in a fun way and it makes him smile and giggle. It's one of the few books that he'll actually let me read from start to finish. We probably read this book about 4x a day and I don't find that annoying it's so fun and quick. He usually sees it and says 'di di di' and I know it's time to read it again. The board book is a good size and not too thick. It's definitely worth the few bucks that it costs for sure.
Our son is just under 2yrs old and is obsessed with this book. It's fun to read and I cannot believe how quickly he became obsessed with it. He especially loved learning each piece of equipment and then seeing the real thing here and there. He yells, 'Dig dig!' and then the actual name of it (crane, bulldozer, etc). This is a book I'll keep forever because I have so many great memories reading it to our son. I love every single part of it!
My son loves this book
My 18 month old absolutely adores this book. Nearly every time we get ready for bed he says "Dig Dig Dig" so we will get his favorite book. I'm not sure if the authors make more books, but if there was one about planes, our son would be over the moon.
My grandson loves this book and reads it regularly.