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Number of Pages: 22
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2014
Dimensions: 7.75 X 7.75 (inches)
Series: Building God's Kingdom
Building Gods kingdomone step at a time
Its time to get to work! The trucks have gotten their assignment and are ready to build! But they come across a surprisea tiny squirrel named Earl who has lost his way. How will they do their jobs andhelp Earl find is way home? Dozer, Diggit, Stretch, and Tipper must use their special traits and work together to help Earl and to bring glory to God.
There are few faith-based books aimed at boys. This new inspirational brand for little boys resonates with the hot construction trend such as Where Do Diggers Sleep At Night? and Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site. Construction and trucks remain an evergreen interest with boys, making these books strong standalone titles.
Parents will love this fun story that helps kids learn about the being kind and helping others in a bright and active way.
Andy Holmes is a bestselling author for kids with more than 500,000 books sold.
Trim Size: 7.75 x 7.75
Andy Holmes is a creator, performer, writer, and songwriter. He is a frequent conference speaker, teacher, and workshop leader at events all over the country. Andy has appeared on The 700 Club and numerous other talk/interview radio and television programs. He is the author of the Tommy Nelson childrens books Growing with Jesus and the Bible for Me series.
Fitzysmom5 Stars Out Of 5Review from Rambles of a SAHMDecember 29, 2014FitzysmomQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5What little boy doesn't love construction equipment? This new series from Andy Holmes and Tommy Nelson is specifically designed to appeal to little boys. The featured friends are Dozer, Diggit, Stretch and Tipper. They use the different scenarios in their jobs to teach valuable life lessons to little boys.
The lessons are simple to understand, yet important for growing little boys. It is always better to be kind and you should certainly not tell a lie. Each of these concepts is taught in a manner that encourages the behavior rather than scolds the action.
If you have little boys in your tribe this is the perfect addition to their reading library. I look forward to the coming additions to this clever new series.
I received a copy of this book to facilitate my review.