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by Ryan Ann Hunter

Download Dig a Tunnel ePub
  • ISBN 0439176727
  • ISBN13 978-0439176729
  • Language English
  • Author Ryan Ann Hunter
  • Publisher Scholastic Inc (January 1, 1999)
  • Pages 22
  • Formats doc lrf txt mbr
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Fairy Tales Folk Tales and Myths
  • Size ePub 1873 kb
  • Size Fb2 1643 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 855


My child couldn't put the book down. I went to the book store and bought it for my friends' kids. Dig a Tunnel is a healthy, want-to-learn book for children. I was surprised at the illustrations of this book

Ships from and sold by MaggiesGal. My child couldn't put the book down. I was surprised at the illustrations of this book. It was neat for my children to look at.

Hunter begins with familiar animals that dig tunnels, then proceeds with simple examples of early tunnels that humans .

Hunter begins with familiar animals that dig tunnels, then proceeds with simple examples of early tunnels that humans constructed: tunnels for water, for secretly entering an enemy's castle under a wall, and for mining. The author introduces existing tunnels that go under rivers and bays, and through mountains, and she also describes a future tunnel that will float across deep waterways. Miller's graphic designs complement the prose.

Hunter, Ryan Ann; Miller, Edward, 1964- illustrator; Elizabeth G. Macalaster; Pamela D. Greenwood.

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From the tunnels of ants to the Chunnel connecting England with France, this lively tour of constructed tunnels highlights .

From the tunnels of ants to the Chunnel connecting England with France, this lively tour of constructed tunnels highlights their variety as it explores their uses and manufacture. Hunter (Into the Sky, 1998, et. urges readers along, sprinkling a compact text with entertaining facts-"If you take a train from New York to Los Angeles, you'll go through 65 mountain tunnels"-and asides

A book about tunnels, under rivers, into mountains, big and small, good and bad. Illustrated by Edward Miller.

A book about tunnels, under rivers, into mountains, big and small, good and bad.

ISBN 10: 0439176727, ISBN 13: 9780439176729. When people saw how animals tunneled through the ground, they must have thought, What a great idea!" writes Hunter (the pen name for Pamela Greenwood and Elizabeth Macalaster) in the third of Hunter and Miller's engineering-themed books (Into the Sky). What follows is a briskly described and brightly stylized panoply of man-made tunnels. Most of the tunnels have to do with public transportation ("The Chunnel takes you under the English Channel in 19 minutes"), although illicit uses are not overlooked: "Prisoners dug tunnels to escape.

Ryan Ann Hunter is really two people in one-Pamela D. Greenwood and Elizabeth G. Macalaster. Be sure to check out the book give away at Ryan Ann Hunter's page

Ryan Ann Hunter is really two people in one-Pamela D. Be sure to check out the book give away at Ryan Ann Hunter's page. It's in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month and runs through Oct. 31. Post a short message as about a strong or brave woman you know. We'll pick a winner and mail a signed copy to her/him. Think of all the brave women you know! Ryan Ann Hunter added an event. 18 October 2013 ·. FRI, 18 OCT 2013.

Talk about Dig a Tunnel


Sadaron above the Gods
My son LOVES​ "Build a Bridge," "Dig a Tunnel" and "Into the Sky." He's going to be an engineer some day, I tell you. Perfect for 3-7. Simplicity of illustrations, and child friendly pose is nice.

Will you be writing more?
GEL
This book captivates the minds of young readers and makes them feel like they're "digging a tunnel". I was astonished this book didn't get an award. My child couldn't put the book down. I went to the book store and bought it for my friends' kids. Dig a Tunnel is a healthy, want-to-learn book for children. I was surprised at the illustrations of this book. It was neat for my children to look at. I give it 5 stars!!!!!
Gralsa
This is a great book for young children interested in how things work. Using very simple sentences, the authors describe ways tunnels have been used in the past and are still used today. They also offer some fun facts that will spark preschoolers' imagination. My son was mesmerized by the illustration and description of tunnel boring machines (called by the nickname "the mole" in the book).
Arcanescar
Fun book. Very informative and colorful.