A Bigger Digger

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Five Mile Press, 2010 - Children's stories
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"They were doing no harm on Mum's little farm... working hard with a bucket and spade." Right there in the yard Oscar and Bryn struck something hard, and as they dug down it kept getting bigger. Join these little adventurers and a whole aprade of diggers as they uncover a VERY BIG FIND. A delightful ryhme story with a big surprise at the end.

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briiliant book, illustrations gorgeous...came as my 3 year old is digging the biggest hole in our backyard so beautiful parallel to our day to day lives...i love this book, reminds me of my son so much, priceless.

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A fun little book with good rhymes, thicker pages which don't get destroyed by my lively 2 year old. Work a read, digger mad boys love it!

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About the author (2010)

Craig Smith was born in South Africa. Apart from some years in the UK and months in the US Craig Smith has lived most of his life there. Having a wild imagination from ever since he could remember he finally decided to take advantage of it when he was 19, and began writing seriously. Since then he has written 2 novels, numerous short stories and started 3 other novels. He hopes to finish them all sometime this decade. His most exciting project at the moment is a post apocalyptic novel with 3 other South African writers called Crumbling Ruins. His titles include: The Red Stone, Zoolin Vale and the Chalice of Ringstar, Allen the Alien, Anna's Ghost, and Aussie Soldier. In 2015 his title's, My Daddy Ate an Apple, The Wonky Donkey, Eating, Edmonds Beginner's Cookbook and Willbee the Bumblebee made The New Zealand High Profile List.

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