The Digger Dance – Owlkids

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The Digger Dance

By Judy Ann Sadler and Yong Ling Kang

From 3 to 7 | 40 pages

A boy delights in the discovery that diggers can dance!

When a young boy’s grandmother tells him that diggers can dance, he wants to see the dancing in action! But the diggers stay parked in a row outside their window while it rains. As the boy and his grandmother wait for the skies to clear, they decide to bake together.

Using his imagination, the boy discovers that baking and diggers have a lot in common. He scoops and shovels sugar, digs in the dough, and soon the sun returns. He runs out to watch the diggers, and they really do dance: dipping low, lifting high, swinging, bending, and spinning!

This whimsical story gently enforces social-emotional learning concepts while spotlighting the joys of play. Watercolor illustrations bring the energetic, rhythmic text to life, making for a perfect read-aloud that will inspire kids to see their surroundings through a creative lens.

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