• Dig!
  • Dig!
  • Dig!
  • Dig!
  • Dig!
ISBN: 168052299X
EAN13: 9781680522990
Language: English
Release Date: Apr 1, 2018
Pages: 12
Dimensions: 0.9" H x 7" L x 6.9" W
Weight: 1.0494 lbs.
Format: Board Books
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Book Overview

Peek-a-DIG Each hardworking construction scene will engage your little one with a pair of lift-a-flaps with peek-a-boo surprises. Talk about how roads, houses, and skyscrapers are built. Look at the machines that help construct them. Inside the flaps, you'll find fun facts about items in the artwork.

  • 12 chunky flaps with peek through holes, easy for little hands to open and close
  • Peek and explore diggers, loaders, cranes, big trucks, and more, with educational facts and peek-a-boo surprises
  • Lifting flaps encourages the use of fine motor skills and the content-rich text builds vocabulary
  • Colorful and engaging illustrations
  • Collect all the books in the Peek-a-Flap series

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   Great little book....but the flaps CAN be torn off!
When I saw this series of books on the Internet, I thought that my grandson couldn't possibly tear the flaps off the book. I don't know whether he's super-strong or just super-determined, but he can tear the flaps off! I've had to shelve them for a while, and I'll bring them out again later. The pictures are colorful and interesting, the only thing I can say is that the book deals with juvenile delinquency. My grandson studies the pictures for several minutes, but he doesn't want me to read them to him yet. The Harrisons' lawyer Paul LiCalsi said: "The text is too advanced for him."
   Impressive "little" book!
He has a 3 1/2 year old nephew who loves excavators and construction sites. Even with age, he's fairly rough with books, as 3 year olds tend to be but this board book has nice, thick pages and flaps. I think PeopleSoft will do well, said Charles Bloom, PeopleSoft's executive vice president. But the book also reveals how much information they fit into this little book about how construction sites work and what everybody does. The book's cover shows a photocopied illustration of the archangel Michael in a red cape with the inscription, "This is why we must never surrender." I especially love the fact that they have included different skin tones and genders of the workers, Raymond said. It's great to be back home, said Jennette, "and I expect it will become a favorite." It's great to hear from people who have used it. He also told us that the book was "a lot of fun." It says something about Intel's interest in making computers that people can use.
   Must-have for toddler boy!
We love these peek-a-boo books! It's great for babies to be around 6 months or 4 years old. The flaps are thick and won't rip, making them great for classroom use.
   Cute but over informative for toddlers
There are just too many labels on the pages to make reading a story engaging for a small child.
   Not a good fit for 13 month old
This is a very cute book, Simon says. Only 4 stars and not 5 are the only reasons it is 4 stars. However, he may not be ready for this one until he is 18 to 24 months. And when you open the flaps it isn't 1 more thing, it is a bunch more. Though it would just be construction machines, steel toe and safety harnesses don't quite get his attention. Defiantly a good board book that he will surely love when he is a bit older.
   Just Ok
There is no real story behind this, but I just make up as I go along, making up as I go along. My son loves trucks, too, so I don't blame him. But, the trucks they show aren't really the best examples of what a good pickup truck looks like. The pictures show a crane tower, but not the crane truck. Instead of a helicopter, the pictures show the crane operator standing on the platform. I'm not sure if it's a flatbed truck or a pick-up truck, but it looks like it uses the pick-up twice.
   Great flap board book for toddler.
My grandson has had this book for a little while now, and I think it's great. He also has a soft spot for sports cars, trucks and construction equipment. There are many flaps and openings to keep him entertained while he looks at it. This book is made well, is very durable and strong enough for toddlers that pull and tug at the pages, Raymond said. I would recommend this book and it makes a very nice present.
   Pretty good
My son is 14 months old and really likes the farm and animal versions of the books. He really likes the book, not just the pages about building the ship, he said. Some of the pages in this book are a little overwhelming, especially the pages about building a ship, Raymond said.
Very good value for money. It also has the chunky flaps that Mr. Bolten likes to flip. This is a nice sturdy book, said Dr. Chester Floyd, who heads the book division at Scholastic. He also likes his wooden puzzles with tools now and this book has tools in there so he likes to match his puzzle pieces to do pictures in the book.
   Fun flaps and great info
We have a Moo Flap and now this book, and they are both great. The quality of the content is excellent, Mr. Dhaliwal said. I have learned something from both the Peek a Flap and the Harry Potter series. This one is great because it shows a variety of people operating lots of different pieces of equipment, said Robert Ingrassia, director of NASA's Ames Research Center in California. The operators are male, female, young, old-ish, all races. Whereas some construction-themed books might have a few dozen pages, this one has a lot of diversity. My son also likes that everyone has a hard hat, including the birds, his mom said.