Author : Emma Garcia
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
Publisher : Boxer Books Limited
ISBN : 1906250820
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Describes how various earthmoving trucks clean up a dump and make a playground, discussing what such machines as diggers, mixers, bulldozers, and cranes can do.

Author : Emma Garcia
Genre : Earthmoving machinery
Publisher :
ISBN : 1905417845
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Tip Tip Dig Dig is an inventive story for children. With each construction vehicle making its own noise as they all work towards a suprise ending. Young readers will love reading this book out-loud with a parent or teacher.

Author : Emma García
Genre : Children's stories
Publisher :
ISBN : 0864617429
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A big read-aloud for little builders everywhere. Construction vehicles. They're noisy. They're messy. But what are they making?

Author : Margaret Mayo
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
Publisher : Macmillan
ISBN : 0805079858
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Simple rhymes introduce such large vehicles as dump trucks, fire engines, and tractors, and describe the work that they do. On board pages.

Author : Emma Garcia
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
Publisher : Boxer Books Limited
ISBN : 1906250847
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As youngsters toot, beep, vroom, and whoosh along with the many colored vehicles in this noisy story, each car eventually finds its parking space and settles down for the night.

Author : Emma Garcia
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
Publisher : Boxer Books Limited
ISBN : 1907967672
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Tools--from a saw that goes "cree craw cree craw" to a paint brush that slaps and sloshes--show what they can do and the noises they make as people use them on a project.

Author : Emma Garcia
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
Publisher : All about Sounds
ISBN : 1912757729
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Maracas shake, cymbals crash, and the kazoo goes WHA WOO. Every page in this installment of the All About Sounds series invites children to pick up an instrument and play a tune. Full color.

Author : Anna Grossnickle Hines
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
Publisher :
ISBN : 1582463069
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Darlyne A. Murawski is a biologist, writer, and award-winning nature photographer

Author : A.S. King
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
Publisher : Penguin
ISBN : 9781101994924
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Winner of the Michael L. Printz Medal ★“King’s narrative concerns are racism, patriarchy, colonialism, white privilege, and the ingrained systems that perpetuate them. . . . [Dig] will speak profoundly to a generation of young people who are waking up to the societal sins of the past and working toward a more equitable future.”—Horn Book, starred review “I’ve never understood white people who can’t admit they’re white. I mean, white isn’t just a color. And maybe that’s the problem for them. White is a passport. It’s a ticket.” Five estranged cousins are lost in a maze of their family’s tangled secrets. Their grandparents, former potato farmers Gottfried and Marla Hemmings, managed to trade digging spuds for developing subdivisions and now they sit atop a million-dollar bank account—wealth they’ve refused to pass on to their adult children or their five teenage grandchildren. “Because we want them to thrive,” Marla always says. But for the Hemmings cousins, “thriving” feels a lot like slowly dying of a poison they started taking the moment they were born. As the rot beneath the surface of the Hemmings’ white suburban respectability destroys the family from within, the cousins find their ways back to one another, just in time to uncover the terrible cost of maintaining the family name. With her inimitable surrealism, award winner A.S. King exposes how a toxic culture of polite white supremacy tears a family apart and how one determined generation can dig its way out.

Author : Chloë Duckworth
Genre : Social Science
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN : 9781844866250
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File Download : 256 page

The Great British Dig brings history and archaeology closer to home than ever before. Each week a team of archaeologists (led by presenter Hugh Dennis) descend on streets and gardens the length and breadth of the country to discover the treasures we have been living right on top of without realising. In this official tie-in book, on-screen expert Dr Chloë Duckworth digs deeper into the sites the show visited, as well as giving practical tips and advice for anyone who wants to have a go themselves. Uncovering a lost world of human stories just a few shovelfuls beneath our feet, Chloë explores the team's techniques in fascinating detail, offering new insights and explanations about the discoveries made. As well as revealing the actual frontier of the Roman Empire in Britain, the Tudor palace of an Elizabethan spymaster, a revolutionary Victorian prison, a Second World War military base, and a prehistoric village under a school playing field, Chloë includes lots of information for anyone wanting to give it a go themselves. The book is packed with features, tip boxes and practical advice about digging in your own back garden, researching your local area for clues about what might have been there centuries ago, and dating things you may find. Highly illustrated, the book includes images never seen on screen, as well as archive photos and illustrations that bring history to life, and identification guides to bones, pottery, tools, coins and other things you might come across yourself. Foreword by Hugh Dennis, presenter of The Great British Dig.