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Every time we read a new book by [a:Margaret Wise Brown|18479|Margaret Wise Brown|https://d.gr-assets.com/authors/1208465845p2/18479.jpg] they just get a little weirder. Yet I can't help but admire how she puts the everyday words and things into context the way she does ...
Dig Dig Dig
A mole was digging a hole.
Dig Dig Dig Dig
A dog was digging a hole
Under a stone
To bury a bone.
Dig Dig Dig Dig
A worm was digging a hole.
He swallowed the ground
As he wiggled around
And ate his way towards home.
In the city
A man was digging a hole.
“I feel like a mouse or a mole.
This hole is too little.
This hole must get bigger
And bigger and bigger,
As big as a giant could dig
If he were a digger.”
There's lot in here for little boys or girls who are fascinated with holes or digging and understanding how that all works, but there's is less in terms of splashy big machines.
The illustrations in the original version are by [b:Goodnight Moon's|32929|Goodnight Moon|Margaret Wise Brown|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1401214933s/32929.jpg|1086867] [a:Clement Hurd|18480|Clement Hurd|https://s.gr-assets.com/assets/nophoto/user/u_50x66-d9f6a4a5badfda0f69e70cc94d962125.png], but here they are soft and earthy, in muted colors, usually one color for each page spread. The librarian had written "keep" in big letters on the end papers of our library copy, so hopefully it will stick around.
One of the best read-aloud books I've found for the pre-school set.
Verses describe the holes that a mole, dog, worm, and rabbit dig, but none can compare with the work of a man and his steam shovel.
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Classificació Decimal de Dewey (DDC)811.52Literature English (North America) American poetry 20th Century 1900-1945
LCC (Clas. Bibl. Congrés EUA)
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Audio book but I can just image the pictures.
Children's book about the holes the diggers leave.
One hole is done by a mole, a dog, a worm, rabbit, a pirate, and a man.
There's another made by a machine that a man runs. Talks about where the hole started and where it went through and ended up.
Cute story, love this author's works.
Received this book from National Library Service for my BARD (Braille Audio Reading Device).