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Little Digger loves to work hard, digging holes all day long. "Little digger, little digger, little digger," he hums happily as he digs. But, one day, an especially BIG hole needs to be dug, and so in comes ... BIG DIGGER. "Big Digger like to dig down DEEP!" he roars, and he begins to dig the biggest hole that anyone on the building site has ever seen... With the arrival of Big Digger, will there still be a place for Little Digger on the building site?

A heart-warming read-aloud story about the power of hard work, teamwork and positivity from the author of Follow the Track All the Way Back and award-winning illustrator Daron Parton.

Big Digger Little Digger Reviews | Toppsta

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5th December '18
I read it to RCHogan aged 4 aged 4 & to AIHogan aged 3 aged 3
Big Digger Little Digger 9781406355833
5 stars
My son spotted this at the library as he’s a big fan of diggers.
It follows the story of Little Digger who works at the building yard. He feels a bit lost when Big Digger arrives and takes over his job of digging the big hole. However he’s soon needed when Big Digger gets stuck.
It highlights the power of teamwork as Little Digger recruits the other machines to help pull Big Digger to safety. After their adventure the two diggers are an inseparable team and work the hardest of all. The notion of hard work runs throughout the story; it’s made clear that Little Digger just works hard and steadily until the job is done. I really like that notion of resilience; it’s an excellent lesson for children.
The repetition and mantras of the diggers mean it’s a great tale to read aloud.
The illustrations are marvellous and really capture the diggers; you can see their feelings very clearly!
Both my kids absolutely love this. I was surprised at how much we’ve all enjoyed this book. It’s brilliant fun to read and belies some very important lessons and messages.
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About Timothy Knapman

Tim Knapman writes plays, musicals, songs and children's books and has been published by Simon & Schuster, Puffin, Macmillan, Scholastic, Hachette, Egmont UK and many more. His previous books include the bestselling Dinosaurs in the Supermarket, [url=https://toppsta.com/bo...

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About Daron Parton

Daron Parton has a degree in illustration and has recently won two prestigious illustration awards. He is the illustrator of Zoo Train, written by Sally Sutton. Originally from the UK, Daron currently lives in New Zealand. ...

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