Monday, June 19, 2017

Diggersaurs by Michael Whaite (Picture Puffin)

What could possibly be better than a book that mashes together hulking great big bits of machinery with hulking great big beasties! "Diggersaurs" by Michael Whaite...
We can't get enough of books that feature huge earth-moving machinery but I think this is the first time we've ever seen a story where those machines are actually living breathing chomping clanking tipping and scraping monsters in their own right.

Meet the "Diggersaurs", the inventive new book by Michael Whaite. Two tiny little humans (a girl and boy) are our guides through a day on the building site, as they introduce their fantastic colossal construction chums.

This rhyming story has super illustrations, bold and colourful and every single kid will find a favourite amongst the tippers, diggers, scrapers and road rollers - wonderfully illustrated here with tons of imagination.

"Diggersaurs" by Michael Whaite is out now, published by Picture Puffin. 

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