A Hole in the Road by Jakki Wood

A Hole in the Road

Written by Jakki Wood

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Bold images with great attention to detail tell the dramatic story of how a hole in the road gets fixed. There are tractors and diggers, tipper trucks and dumper trucks each doing its job and making sure the work gets done. Visually delightful, this is also full of exactly the kind of information needed to answer all the questions ‘why?’ Little boys in particular will love this book and we’re confident they’ll get hours of entertainment from it.


A Hole in the Road by Jakki Wood

When a hole appears in the road, the workers have to use lots of different big machines to help them fix it. Diggers, road rollers, dump trucks - everything has an important job to do. Follow the workers as they clear the rubble, add crushed stones, pour on the hot asphalt, make sure the surface is flat and clean the road so that the traffic can move smoothly.

About the Author

Jakki Wood studied graphic design at Wolverhampton Polytechnic. A successful author/illustrator of children's books, she lives in West Malvern, Worcestershire. Her books for Frances Lincoln are Hole in the Road, Animal Parade, Baby Parade, Noisy Parade and Number Parade; March of the Dinosaurs, Bumper to Bumper, Deep Blue Sea and Fiddle-I-Fee.

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Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd

Publication date

18th June 2009




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