A Cozy Construction Story for Bedtime featuring a Bulldozer and for fans of Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site and Where Do Diggers Sleep at Night? After a long day of clearing dirt, rocks, and trees, a bulldozer is tired and ready for bed. He lifts up his blade, his spotlights flash on, he rolls through the gate, and lets out a yawn. He heads to the Wiggle and Shake for a bath, then to the Sip and Slurp for some supper, then chooses a bedtime story . . . and soon the bulldozer will be dreaming sweet dreams of finishing his important work!
Construction vehicle fans young and old will delight in this imaginative book of how a bulldozer prepares for bed. Sharon Chriscoe's irresistibly clever and gentle rhyming verse and John Joven's charming illustrations are sure to soothe even the busiest of kids at bedtime.
|Publisher:||Running Press Book Publishers|
|Product dimensions:||8.60(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.60(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Sharon Chriscoe is the author of Race Car Dreams and The Sparrow and the Trees. She and her husband live in Pilot Mountain, NC.
John Joven is a children's book illustrator from Bogota, Columbia. He's illustrated numerous picture books, including Worm and Farmer Maguire by Jeff Dinard and Emma the Elephant by Duncan Richardson.