Hush, Little Digger by Ellen Olson-Brown

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Hush, little digger, don't say a wordPapa's gonna scoop you a pile of dirt. And if that dirt starts to overflowPapa's gonna find you a red backhoe.There's rough and tumble fun to be had in the sandbox where a father and his little digger construct a larger-than-life world of dump trucks, backhoes, bulldozers, and more.
 

About Ellen Olson-Brown

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ELLEN OLSON-BROWN and her husband live in Groton, Massachusetts, with their twin sons. LEE WHITE painted this book, his third, in Portland, Oregon, where he lives with his wonderful wife and their three crazy cats.
 
Published May 1, 2006 by Tricycle Press. 28 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography, Children's Books.

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/ And if that dirt starts to overflow, / Papa’s gonna find you a red backhoe.” There are occasions throughout where the tempo sputters a bit with jittery rhymes or an overabundance of syllables.

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Olson-Brown borrows the tune of "Hush Little Baby" and adapts it for the benefit of the automotive-obsessed youngster.

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