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A Night in the Dinosaur Graveyard: A Prehistoric Ghost Story with Ten Spooky Holograms by A.J. Wood
The Dinosaur Who Lived in My Backyard
B.G. Hennessy - 1988
The story combines the little boy's charming imagination with early concepts of science and history to create a wonderful tale. The Dinosaur Who Lived in My Backyard is a great pick for classroom story time.
The Berenstain Bears' Dinosaur Dig
Jan Berenstain - 2012
Grab your shovels and join the Berenstain Bears on a dinosaur dig at the Bearsonian Museum in this lively addition to the classic New York Times bestselling series! What sort of fossils will they find? A stegosaurus? A spinosaurus? The mighty Tyrannosaurus rex? Dig in with the Berenstain Bears and find out in this 8 x 8 storybook.The perennial popularity of dinosaurs combined with the lovable nature of the Berenstain family makes Dinosaur Dig a tale that will delight Berenstain Bears fans old and new.
Dinos To Go: 7 Nifty Dinosaurs in 1 Swell Book
Sandra Boynton - 2000
Um, who? Why they're your very ownDINOS TO GOSeven different dinosaurs dash, crawl, frolic, mope, stomp, shudder and glide through this lively Boynton board book.Guided by the colorful picture tabs, children can find whichever quirky dinosaur they want. Great to read at home, or in the car, the train, the plane, or the time machine.
Giles Andreae - 2007
. .only to be met by a rogue gang of pirate dinosaurs with swords at the ready! Flinn and his friends may be able to triumph, but are they prepared to face the fierce, frightening, and most terrifying-looking pirate GIGANOTOSAURUS?Climb aboard for this rambunctious follow-up to the successful Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs!
The Biggest House in the World
Leo Lionni - 1968
Then one day, his wise father tells him the story of another snail with the same dream. He grew and grew, adding bright colors and beautiful designs, until he found that his house came at a terrible cost. The young snail decides that a small, easy-to-carry shell might be best for a life of adventure and exploration.
Paul Stickland - 1994
The subjects are, first, antonyms--such as above/below and weak/strong--and then lunch. The paired dinosaurs, in a goofy array of pastels, are almost all smiling, even when the rhyme insists they're "grumpy"--so when they settle down to a lunch with (and not of) each other, the end is satisfying. The pictures and swingy short verses will make this a good group read-aloud, even for the very young. -BooklistThese prehistoric monsters are just perfect for the preschool crowds. A natural for story time. -School Library Journal
Charlie the Caterpillar
Dom Deluise - 1990
But each time he's told not welcome -- because he's ugly. As winter approaches, Charlie spins himself a cocoon. When spring arrives, the cocoon opens and out comes Charlie -- now a beautiful butterfly. Everyone wants him to be part of their group. But Charlie puts these fair-weather friends properly in their place in this heartwarming story about the meaning of true friendship.
Arthur Geisert - 2008
But their mamas aren’t worried—they have just the machine to turn this Herculean task into an adventure. Anyone who has ever been captivated by the swaying brushes and spinning jets of soap and water at the car wash will be in hog heaven as Arthur Geisert’s intricate etchings reveal the inner workings of an enormous contraption that can lather and scrub a whole farm full of dirty little piglets in no time at all—and that’s not just a bunch of hogwash!
The Magic School Bus Flies With The Dinosaurs
Martin Schwabacher - 2008
Frizzle's class is drawing dinosaurs. But Dorothy Ann's picture is of her pet parrot. Ralphie tells her a parrot is a bird, not a dinosaur. Who's right? When Ms. Frizzle and her class hop on the Magic School Bus to try to find the answer to this question, they are transported back in time to the age of the dinosaurs. Climb on board the Magic School Bus and learn all kinds of facts about dinosaurs!