Synopses & Reviews
Itand#8217;s a busy day on the construction site, and these industrious mice are up to something big
! But what are they working on? Bold, colorful illustrations and recognizable vehicles with moving parts add to the fun, with hidden clues for the careful observer. Is that red paint . . . or red sauce
? Is that a construction pit . . . or a drain
? Children will delight in guessing their way to the end, when the final spread reveals a carefully constructed surprise. Itand#8217;s favorite vehicles meet lunchtime and bathtime in these novelty board books with interactive mechanisms.
Praise for Dig In
"Young readers will enjoy sinking their teeth into..."
"As the pages turn, readers will undoubtedly grow curious about the round, flat, red object the mice are assemblingand#151;and they'll get a kick out of the answer."
"A construction crew of mice gets the job done, and some interactive elements allow readers to help out. 'Put on those construction hats./ Roll that mountain nice and flat,' writes Pierce as a turn-wheel lets children spin the giant front tire of one mouse's vehicle (on the next page, the same wheel is used to spin 'goop galore' in the mixer). As the pages turn, readers will undoubtedly grow curious about the round, flat, red object the mice are assembling and they'll get a kick out of the answer (complete with pepperoni). Simultaneously available: Dive In! Ages 1 4. (Mar.)" Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
About the Author
April Jones Prince is the author of several childrenand#8217;s books, including What Do Wheels Do All Day? from Houghton Mifflin. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband and two sons. Michelle Berg has illustrated numerous novelty, picture, and board books. She lives in Kansas with her dogs, Gretta and Rowland.