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“My name’s Heavy Black. I’m here to flatten the road,” boomed the new arrival. “By the way, I’m the strongest truck in Builders Town.” But Strong Green doesn’t agree. Isn't she the strongest truck in Builders Town?! And so a feud starts between the strong bulldozer and the heavy steamroller. But the other team members soon get tired of listening to the arguing and Little “My name’s Heavy Black. I’m here to flatten the road,” boomed the new arrival. “By the way, I’m the strongest truck in Builders Town.” But Strong Green doesn’t agree. Isn't she the strongest truck in Builders Town?! And so a feud starts between the strong bulldozer and the heavy steamroller. But the other team members soon get tired of listening to the arguing and Little Blue hatches a plan to teach the boastful pair a lesson. Young readers and their parents will enjoy the comical results as the plan unfolds and the two bickering trucks are finally taught to appreciate each other’s differing strengths! The Little Blue Digger books are a series of beautifully illustrated construction site stories for 2 – 5 year olds. They will be loved by young fans of construction site vehicles, who enjoy watching different diggers and trucks at work! Readers will get to know Little Blue (a very little excavator), Big Yellow (a slightly stern backhoe), Strong Green (a hard-working bulldozer), Tall Orange (a wobbly crane) and Wide Red (a slightly vain dump truck). Fun and entertaining stories for children and parents to enjoy together, The Little Blue Digger books also carry gentle and important messages of friendship, inclusion and acceptance of differences. They are perfect for reading aloud at bedtime! Illustrations The characters in The Little Blue Digger series are brought to life by illustrator, Branislav Gapic, who gives each of the vehicles its own charming personality. Branislav starts by drawing and colouring the pictures by hand and then he filters them in Photoshop to achieve a unique, child-friendly style. Intended for young readers, the pictures are simple and colourful, but they also contain additional fun details that will amuse young children and encourage discussion. See if you can spot the grumpy traffic cone that just had a rock bounce off his head in The Little Blue Digger, the hydrant who is so cold he can only spurt ice cubes in The Little Blue Digger and the Christmas Tree and the antics of the mud-loving pigs in The Little Blue Digger and the Very Muddy Day! About The Author Harriet Tuppen recently left her corporate role to work from home and spend more time with her three children. Having a little more time on her hands (though not nearly as much as she'd expected!), she thought it would be fun and meaningful to write a book for her littlest one's 3rd birthday. What does little Oliver like...? Diggers...check! Anything blue...check! And so The Little Blue Digger series was conceived. Harriet really hopes that you enjoy reading The Little Blue Digger stories with your young reader(s) as much as she enjoys reading them with Oliver and his sisters! Scroll up to get your copy of The Little Blue Digger and the Strongest Truck!


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“My name’s Heavy Black. I’m here to flatten the road,” boomed the new arrival. “By the way, I’m the strongest truck in Builders Town.” But Strong Green doesn’t agree. Isn't she the strongest truck in Builders Town?! And so a feud starts between the strong bulldozer and the heavy steamroller. But the other team members soon get tired of listening to the arguing and Little “My name’s Heavy Black. I’m here to flatten the road,” boomed the new arrival. “By the way, I’m the strongest truck in Builders Town.” But Strong Green doesn’t agree. Isn't she the strongest truck in Builders Town?! And so a feud starts between the strong bulldozer and the heavy steamroller. But the other team members soon get tired of listening to the arguing and Little Blue hatches a plan to teach the boastful pair a lesson. Young readers and their parents will enjoy the comical results as the plan unfolds and the two bickering trucks are finally taught to appreciate each other’s differing strengths! The Little Blue Digger books are a series of beautifully illustrated construction site stories for 2 – 5 year olds. They will be loved by young fans of construction site vehicles, who enjoy watching different diggers and trucks at work! Readers will get to know Little Blue (a very little excavator), Big Yellow (a slightly stern backhoe), Strong Green (a hard-working bulldozer), Tall Orange (a wobbly crane) and Wide Red (a slightly vain dump truck). Fun and entertaining stories for children and parents to enjoy together, The Little Blue Digger books also carry gentle and important messages of friendship, inclusion and acceptance of differences. They are perfect for reading aloud at bedtime! Illustrations The characters in The Little Blue Digger series are brought to life by illustrator, Branislav Gapic, who gives each of the vehicles its own charming personality. Branislav starts by drawing and colouring the pictures by hand and then he filters them in Photoshop to achieve a unique, child-friendly style. Intended for young readers, the pictures are simple and colourful, but they also contain additional fun details that will amuse young children and encourage discussion. See if you can spot the grumpy traffic cone that just had a rock bounce off his head in The Little Blue Digger, the hydrant who is so cold he can only spurt ice cubes in The Little Blue Digger and the Christmas Tree and the antics of the mud-loving pigs in The Little Blue Digger and the Very Muddy Day! About The Author Harriet Tuppen recently left her corporate role to work from home and spend more time with her three children. Having a little more time on her hands (though not nearly as much as she'd expected!), she thought it would be fun and meaningful to write a book for her littlest one's 3rd birthday. What does little Oliver like...? Diggers...check! Anything blue...check! And so The Little Blue Digger series was conceived. Harriet really hopes that you enjoy reading The Little Blue Digger stories with your young reader(s) as much as she enjoys reading them with Oliver and his sisters! Scroll up to get your copy of The Little Blue Digger and the Strongest Truck!

40 review for The Little Blue Digger and the Strongest Truck - A Mighty Construction Site Story for 2-5 Year Olds

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lynn Demsky

    Any child enjoying construction will enjoy this book --- how two trucks fighting over there work loads find out it's better to work as a team together instead of separate and alone. Lovely pictures, free coloring pictures available --- a fun book to read! Any child enjoying construction will enjoy this book --- how two trucks fighting over there work loads find out it's better to work as a team together instead of separate and alone. Lovely pictures, free coloring pictures available --- a fun book to read!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kristen Iten

    What a sweet little book! My little guy LOVES the Little Blue Digger series! He was so excited to see this latest edition show up on his Kindle, and this story didn't disappoint. Not only is it a cute story with bright illustrations, it teaches an important lesson in a fun way. Kids will learn that it's not a good idea to think less of the work of others and that it takes everyone working together to get the job done. What a sweet little book! My little guy LOVES the Little Blue Digger series! He was so excited to see this latest edition show up on his Kindle, and this story didn't disappoint. Not only is it a cute story with bright illustrations, it teaches an important lesson in a fun way. Kids will learn that it's not a good idea to think less of the work of others and that it takes everyone working together to get the job done.

  3. 4 out of 5

    John

    Little blue's wits are used in this one even though he isn't the one the story is most about. It's Strong Green and Heavy Black trying to prove something that doesn't need proving. In the end a little ingenuity from the rest of the group calms the situation and has everyone happy to be doing what they are supposed to. Little blue's wits are used in this one even though he isn't the one the story is most about. It's Strong Green and Heavy Black trying to prove something that doesn't need proving. In the end a little ingenuity from the rest of the group calms the situation and has everyone happy to be doing what they are supposed to.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Brenda G Jenkins

    Cooperation is best When two trucks start bragging about their strength, Little Blue comes up with a plan to get them to stop. A Delightful story to show children bumblebees and cooperation. Beautiful illustrations.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Julie Schooler

    With strong illustrations matching a simple story and lots of diggers on every page, my two little ones loved this book.

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