Dinosaurs are very much alive in these stories!
Crunch the Shy Dinosaur
Crunch is a lovely and quiet brontosaurus who has hidden himself in some shubbery and is rather shy. He would like to play, but it will require some gentle coaxing from you! If you are patient and encouraging, you will find yourself with a new friend ! This picture book is a warm, funny example of how to engage with someone new, who is perhaps a bit different from you. Lessons in friend-making (such as minding personal space and demonstrating interest in another's hobbies) are delivered so subtly that children will absorb them unconsciously as they delight in Crunch's silly hat and dance moves!Read More View in Catalog
Some Dinosaurs Are Small
The concept of size is relative -- and takes on prehistoric proportions -- in a funny and reassuring tale from a maven of children's books. Some dinosaurs are small and slow. They take their time in the prehistoric jungle, collecting fruits and leaves and using their tiny teeth to munch them. Some dinosaurs are big and fast. With huge teeth and claws, they steal food from small dinosaurs, and they're always hungry for more. So when three big dinosaurs come across one small one, what -- or who -- can save the little plant-eater? Beautifully drawn and brightly colored, Charlotte Voake's imaginative introduction to the concept of size brims with visual humor and culminates in a sweet surprise ending.Read More View in Catalog
Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs
Harry finds some dusty plastic dinosaurs in Nan's attic. He cleans them, finds out their names and takes them everywhere - until, one day, the dinosaurs get lost! The lost property man gets a surprise when Harry proves the dinosaurs are his by c alling them over to him.Read More View in Catalog
Discover the different types of dinosaurs that once roamed the Earth in this simplistic and vibrantly illustrated board book perfect for young nonfiction readers. A long, long time ago, dinosaurs roamed the earth. Some were big, and some were little. Some were fast, and some were slow. Some lived alone, and some lived together. They are gone now, but you can still see their bones at museums all around the world. Simple text and bold, vibrant illustrations take young explorers on a tour through the time of the dinosaurs.Read More View in Catalog