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  1. Skid & the Too Tiny Tunnel
    Skid & the Too Tiny Tunnel
    Jeffery Stoddard
    Warner Press / 2009 / Hardcover
    $9.99 Retail: $12.99 Save 23% ($3.00)
    5 Stars Out Of 5 4 Reviews
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    CBD Stock No: WW173555
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  1. Janet Bell
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    December 26, 2009
    Janet Bell
    Very delightful little book. My grandson loves it. Thanks a lot. I will be sure to order more books for him in the very near future. Signed J. Bell
  2. Helen Knelsen
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    December 15, 2009
    Helen Knelsen
    I have a home daycare, with kids who love the construction toys. this book is great for quiet time and to grab their interest. Lots of great colorful pictures.
  3. Kristina
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    October 25, 2009
    Kristina
    As the book opens, we meet Skid, a tiny tractor in a world of enormous diggers, bulldozers, and dump trucks, who frequently tell him, "Stay here little guy; you're too small...We have important work and it's no place for a dinky tractor with a putt-putt engine." All except Pillar, the giant bulldozer. "You don't have to be big to be mighty," Pillar says."I don't?" says Skid. "How can a little tractor like me ever do big things? I'm even afraid of the dark."Pillar replies, "A lot of tractors are afraid of the dark...You just have to do what you were made to do, even if you're afraid."Then one day, a tunnel the heavy equipment machines are working on collapses and Pillar is buried beneath the rubble. Pete the dump truck asks Skid for help. Only Skid is small enough to make his way through the rubble and dig out Pillar. Skid is afraid, but he tried anyway. He carefully digs Pillar out and soon all the heavy equipment is cheering him. Skid, Pillar says, was "a mighty brave machine."Skid is a high quality book and could easily pass as a mainstream title. In fact, the only thing that makes this book Christian is the subtitle: "A story of courage based on Deuteronomy 31:6."Throughout, Stoddard's illustrations bring the characters to life. Somehow, he manages to bring out the human qualities in heavy equipment and dump trucks.What I Like: Everything. This is a delightfully told, well written story with quality illustrations. The message is a good one, and appeals to two central issues in the lives of young children. And while this book may generally appeal more to boys, my daughter is a huge fan, too.Overall Rating: Excellent.Kristina SeleshankoManaging EditorChristian Children's Book Review
  4. Jenny
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    May 28, 2009
    Jenny
    Another wonderful book for all those little construction guys & gals out there! Keep up the great work, Jeffery Stoddard! We hope you'll keep writing these stories of friendship and encouragement so that we as parents can keep encouraging our little ones to grow up to be strong and courageous... "mighty" men & women of God!!! We are huge fans of Pete, Pillar, and Skid! Keep them coming!
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