Good Morning, Digger by Anne Rockwell

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Good morning, Digger—big and strong and yellow. Early this morning I heard you call. "Grrr-clank! Grrr-clank! Grrr-clank-clank!" What could be more exciting to a young child than the rumbling and rolling of enormous construction trucks? When they stop . . . right on your street! A boy watches in fascination as construction workers and their tremendous trucks transform a vacant lot into a wonderful new neighborhood center. With lively language and detailed illustrations, Good Morning,Digger shows the different stages of a building’s construction, from deep hole to its tallest girders—and most importantly, all the trucks that help along the way!

About Anne Rockwell

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Melanie Hope Greenberg is self-taught, and is the award-winning creator of sixteen books for children. Many of her books feature the unique aspects of urban life. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Published May 5, 2005 by Viking Books for Young Readers. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books.

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One early morning, a young narrator greets Digger, the backhoe.

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And Silver Truck serves the important role of making sure Digger's hard-hatted helpers have a "good lunch to eat" during their breaks from welding and hammering the building's steel frame.

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