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Nell and her dog Rusty love digging in the dirt But their friend Norman hates to get dirty so he hangs out and watches them One by one, Nell and Rusty unearth a variety of interesting treasures How long will Norman remain on the fence sitting on his hands before he is overcome by the excitement of digging in the dirt Christine Davenier s vibrant watercolor illustrations combine the right amount of mayhem and humor to draw young readers into the fun A Perfect Day for Digging is the perfect Nell and her dog Rusty love digging in the dirt But their friend Norman hates to get dirty so he hangs out and watches them One by one, Nell and Rusty unearth a variety of interesting treasures How long will Norman remain on the fence sitting on his hands before he is overcome by the excitement of digging in the dirt Christine Davenier s vibrant watercolor illustrations combine the right amount of mayhem and humor to draw young readers into the fun A Perfect Day for Digging is the perfect book to celebrate the arrival of spring However if you happen to find yourself digging in the dirt after reading it, don t say I didn t warn you Age preschool Plot Nell and her dog Rusty dig in the garden and get very muddy and have a lot of fun.Themes playing in the dirt, getting dirty is okay, dogs, gardening, archaeologyLength longWordiness highIllustrations loosey goosey and get difficult to parse when the characters are all muddy This story tells the tale of Nell and her dog Rusty and how excited they are to be outside digging in the garden now that springtime is here The neighbor Norman initially finds the dirt and mud gross, but thehe watches theengaged he becomes The story ends with Nell and Norman and Rusty creating a museum of sorts with the items they dug up Overall, I thought this book okay It was a bit bland and predictable, but at the kindergarten or first grade age, I could see the element of This story tells the tale of Nell and her dog Rusty and how excited they are to be outside digging in the garden now that springtime is here The neighbor Norman initially finds the dirt and mud gross, but thehe watches theengaged he becomes The story ends with Nell and Norman and Rusty creating a museum of sorts with the items they dug up Overall, I thought this book okay It was a bit bland and predictable, but at the kindergarten or first grade age, I could see the element of sequencing and prediction being taught with this book Many young children like to play in the mud and dirt There is also the theme of acceptance Nell keeps doing what she loves to do even Norman at first says it is dirty and gross In addition, Nell watches and opens his mind to trying something new and eventually rolls up his sleeves literally and figuratively and has a great time digging I think many young readers could forge connections to this contemporary realistic fiction I personally found the book a bit dry and predictable The illustrations were very well done though I decided to read this book because the cover kind of stuck out to me I enjoyed it because it was about a girl and her dog getting messy and a boy comes along and thinks that it s gross but then eventually joins in in the fun It is a good way to show that sometimes it s ok to let loose and get dirty while having fun. Oh how I love this book, it returns me to my childhood and helps me to see magic in every day things. Little girl has fun digging with her dog Then neighbor boy comes and doesn t want to get dirty Can she convince him to dig and get dirty too and have fun .FREE PDF ⚖ A Perfect Day for Digging ♓ In the spring when trees unfreeze and grass grows green and pansies say, Please plant me Nell and her dog, Rusty, can t wait to dig in dirt just right for digging But Norman, their neighbor, says Ewww to digging and dirt Until Nell and Rusty begin to dig up unexpected treasures a pretty striped marble, the mini stegosaurus that Nell lost last summer, and most intriguing of all part of a tiny china doll Who played with it Is there Norman wonders Now, even Norman can t resist He rolls up his sleeves, picks up the extra trowel, and starts to dig in his own careful way in the process discovering all the simple joys of digging, dirt, and the fun of trying something new Words and pictures brimming with humor and exuberance capture one of the true rites of spring Hooray for dirty digging A Perfect Day for Digging is a playful story about two children and a dog Nell and her dog Rusty love to get in the dirt, digging and wallowing in the soil Norman, a neighbor, is fastidious and neat, keeping well away from the mess, but still maintaining a curious eye on things You can imagine the restThe illustrative style reminds me of the loose, sketchy feel in Lyle the Crocodile or Madeline The text is roughly on the second grade level, but is a fun book for anyone to read It might m A Perfect Day for Digging is a playful story about two children and a dog Nell and her dog Rusty love to get in the dirt, digging and wallowing in the soil Norman, a neighbor, is fastidious and neat, keeping well away from the mess, but still maintaining a curious eye on things You can imagine the restThe illustrative style reminds me of the loose, sketchy feel in Lyle the Crocodile or Madeline The text is roughly on the second grade level, but is a fun book for anyone to read It might make for a great Spring storytime book to get kids outside or to set up a science exploration or seed project This will make a fine addition to your children s library What a great children s book Especially for Spring Author touched on many topics from planting live plants, neighbors, and best of all getting dirty doing so I personally connected with the neighbor child who resisted getting himself dirty only to realize in the end sometimes we need to get dirty to accomplish certain tasks And it s lots of fun.Great gift book too. This story is community oriented and many students can probably relate to playing outside with their dog There is a sense of friendship and wonder in this book which can keep children s attention The humor and illustrations of this book along with the experience of the outdoors can be used in a lot of lessons about friendship, nature and the process of discovery