My First Creativity Book: Diggers and Dumpers by Mandy Archer

My First Creativity Book: Diggers and Dumpers

Written by Mandy Archer
Illustrated by


My First Creativity Book: Diggers and Dumpers by Mandy Archer

Pick up your pens and get ready for a young activity book like no other! My First Creativity Book: Diggers and Dumpers is overflowing with ideas to kick-start the imaginations of early learners. Little artists can immerse themselves in a wealth of colouring exercises, and young brains can have fun working out simple dot-to-dots, spot the differences, mazes and matching puzzles. There are also simple make-and-do activities, and a beautifully illustrated gatefold for all the stickers! From building sites to bulldozers and trucks to traffic lights, there is something here for all little digger and dumper enthusiasts.

About the Author

Mandy Archer has devised all kinds of titles for children and teens, ranging from board books for babies through to paperbacks and pop-ups. She shares a studio in Epsom with three other writers and designers. When she needs some extra inspiration, the shenanigans of her two little boys, husband and labradoodle called Margo keep her supplied with lots of new story ideas. Mandy and her family live near the racecourse on Epsom Downs.

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Book Info


Spiral bound
56 pages


Mandy Archer
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Carlton Books Ltd

Publication date

1st May 2012



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