The newest adventure in the #1 New York Times bestselling Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site series!
In Construction Site Mission: Demolition!, the construction team we all know and love has an exciting job to do—smashing, crushing, sorting, hauling.
Ultimately, this picture book is about working together, breaking things down, and cleaning it all up at the end of the day.
• Filled with playful rhyming text and vibrant illustrations to inspire cleanup • Features the same beloved trucks and construction site from the original book Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site • Teaches teamwork, perseverance, and how to overcome obstacles—and have fun!
Demolition is tough work, but these powerful vehicles are up to the task—and once the job is done, there will be a freshly cleared and tidy construction site ready for building something new.
This satisfying story is from the bestselling team behind Construction Site on Christmas Night and Three Cheers for Kid McGear.
• More than 3.5 million copies sold in the series • Perfect for kids who love construction and all the machines that come with it • Resonates year-round as a go-to gift for holidays and birthdays for children ages 3 to 5 • Add it to the shelf with books like Where Do Diggers Sleep at Night? by Brianna Caplan Sayres, Digger, Dozer, Dumper by Hope Vestergaard, and The Goodnight Train by June Sobel.
About the Author
Sherri Duskey Rinker is the author of #1 New York Times bestsellers Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site; Steam Train, Dream Train; Mighty, Mighty Construction Site; Construction Site on Christmas Night; and Three Cheers for Kid McGear! Sherri lives with her photographer husband and two sons in St. Charles, Illinois.
AG Ford, a recipient of the NAACP Image Award, has illustrated many award-winning books for children, including the #1 New York Times bestsellers Construction Site on Christmas Night and Three Cheers for Kid McGear! He lives in Dallas, Texas.
"The beloved characters from Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site . . . this time delving deep into the process of destruction. . . . Unlike many other books about demolitions, this one takes time to note that as materials are wrenched asunder, they're also sorted for recycling purposes. . . . Expect established fans to thoroughly enjoy both the familiar faces as well as newer types; readers new to the series will likely want to seek out earlier volumes. Ideal as a read-aloud. . . A knock-down knockout in more ways than one."-Kirkus Reviews