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Danny the Digger Saves Christmas

By Aja Mulford

Discover the heartwarming story of Danny, a young mini excavator struggling to find his place in the busy winter city construction site, who is about to get the most important job of all—saving Christmas. 

 

The perfect stocking stuffer for any kid who loves excavators, backhoe loaders, trenchers, cranes, and mixers, Danny the Digger Saves Christmas follows the story of a mini excavator working alongside his family in a big-city construction site. With a cold, cold winter in full swing, Danny’s little shovel can’t dig a thing, and he’s left collecting cones and holding work lamps. But when a mysterious flying object crash lands in the frozen pond of a nearby park, little Danny is the only vehicle light and quick enough to save the day. Will Danny become the one who saves Christmas?

 

This children’s holiday book is the perfect gift for anyone who loves construction sites, big vehicles, fire trucks, and more, while teaching kids the value and joy of always doing their best and helping those in need.

 

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Aja Mulford
AUTHOR

Aja Mulford

Aja Mulford (pronounced Asia) is an illustrator, art director, and illustration teacher.  Aja earned her MFA in Illustration from the University of Hartford, and has a background in teaching at the college level, graphic design, and art directing. Originally from, Kealakekua, Hawaii, Aja now lives and works with her husband, artist and designer Ryan Mulford, in Northern California.

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PRODUCT INFO
Released: October 2020

ISBN-10: 1646040848
ISBN-13: 9781646040841

Hardcover
10" x 10"
32 pages

Rights Available:
World

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