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From the best-selling team that created CHUGGA-CHUGGA CHOO-CHOO comes a silly, read-aloud picture book based on a classic jump-rope rhyme.Dinosaur, dinosaur,run outside and play.Busy-whizzy dinosaur,all the livelong day!Stomping, jumping, bouncing, and pouncing . . . when you're a little dinosaur, there's so much to do before the sun goes down and it is time for bed....

Title : Dinosaur Dinosaur
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ISBN : 9780439603713
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 32 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Dinosaur Dinosaur Reviews

  • Memory Kopp
    2019-06-15 05:09

    This is a fun happy rhyming book that would be great for a read aloud. It is based on a jump rope rhyme that kids chant when they jump rope. It tells the story of a young tyrannosaurus rex that goes through his fun filled action packed day. It begins with him tiredly getting out of bed and eating breakfast and getting ready. Then he heads out to play with his friends. They play all day outside jumping rope and playing soccer and running through the mud. Then his mother comes to bring him home and he doesn’t go without a fight. First he tries to hide then he whines as she walks him home. Once home, he eats dinner, takes his bath, gets a bedtime story read to him and goes to sleep. He goes right to sleep from his long hard day of play. This is a fun easy read with a happy ending which kids will love. Little boys especially will connect with this story since it probably describes most of their days. The fun bright colored pencil illustrations help bring another element of fun to the story. From the mother with her polka dot dress, to their cat with fangs, to the young dinosaur and his friends hiding in the bushes so they don’t have to stop playing. Seeing the little boy with his dirty shirt and muddy shoes is just what you would envision a young boy playing with his friends to look like. This could be a fun lesson for first graders learning about dinosaurs. You could have them point out how these dinosaurs differ from real ones. You could also have them come up with their own jump rope rhymes and see how big their imaginations can get.

  • Christina Hyde
    2019-06-27 04:24

    This book was great for my preschoolers as they are learning about dinosaurs in their school curriculum. This book features dinosaurs living in the "real world" or America to be more specific, dressing as humans, and having all sorts of mishaps. The entire book rhymes and has a jump rope chant like feel to it.The illustrations are very detailed and allow the dinosaurs to have very vivid human expressions. The attention to detail is astounding from the cereal box of "Din-O's" to the family cat with saber tooth fangs. No details were spared and it creates a rich, colorful setting for the story to take place in.The carefree, child like attitude of the book is obvious from the first page. The colors are bright and vivid, the rhymes are easy, and children will love it. This is a great book for younger children to teach about manners and obeying parents, I think they'd really enjoy it.

  • Sara Parry
    2019-06-13 23:16

    This book told the story of what Dinosaur did all day. The story is told through rhymes and it flows in a nice way throughout the entire book. However, I did not enjoy this book and did not feel that it was entertaining and could not keep my interest. The story line was weak. I was expecting something exciting to happen and it never did. The best part of this book were illustrations. I am not sure if I would purchase this book for my future classroom.

  • Margaret Samuels
    2019-05-31 23:25

    G 5yrs: "At the first part it was great. Dinosaurs could wake up, but if you wake up a real dinosaur they will GET YOU! His shoe was a great hider because the shoe is hiding. Maybe real dinosaurs eat some things, like everything, but not spaghetti. He gots a saber tooth tiger as a pet and he's always picking up on him. I liked the last part because it was funny."

  • Jessica RiffeKincaid
    2019-06-01 04:21

    This kids book kept the inrest of both my 4 yr old daughter and my 6 yr old son. The rhyming was funny and cute. I think in a way my son was able to connect with the young little T-Rex that was the main character of this story. It was a fast and easy read, with a happy ending, bringing a smile to both my face and the faces of my children.

  • Rebecca Snodgrass
    2019-06-02 03:16

    Cute book for little kids. I might read this to my K class instead of the book I picked out. It's repetitive so kids can follow along and you can incorporate movement by acting like a dinosaur ! There are also a lot of questions you can ask about the baby dinosaur and what you notice about him. I think it's so cute!!!!

  • Beck
    2019-05-31 04:31

    Mixed feelings. Probably fun sounding aloud, but the meaning isn't great. Love some things about the illustrations--like the cat and the newspaper--but then everybody looks too alike or something (within a species).Why jump rope?

  • M.L. Desir
    2019-06-09 02:18

    My middle son loves this adorable picture book about an anthropomorphic dinosaur's day from morning until bedtime. And I don't mind reading it again and again. Seriously, he's asked for it every night since the beginning of the new year. Ha! :)

  • Jennifer Heise
    2019-06-03 06:06

    Doesn't seem good as his other books, such as Honk Honk Beep Beep. Lots of lovely action words, a selection of rhymes, but sometimes he just drops out of the rhyming for no apparent reason. Might be better for 3-4 year olds than for my nearly-6 son, and probably more for the dinosaur-mad crowd.

  • Diana Thomsen
    2019-05-29 04:13

    This one is a hit every time I use it for storytime. Great illustrations, pleasing rhymes, and a lovely, tender ending. The kids enjoy it and so do I.

  • The Brothers
    2019-06-26 05:24

    A little boy had two favorite things: trains and dinosaurs. He draws a picture of them together that comes to life.Very fun illustrations.

  • Skylar Burris
    2019-05-28 05:08

    Cute. Nice rhythm. Not a chore to read repeatedly. Night-time themed - good for putting to bed. No moral. Limited storyline.

  • Josh Brown
    2019-06-12 02:10

    This book is fun, and I like the way it rhymes.

  • Katie Fitzgerald
    2019-05-31 06:31

    Read at Pajama Story Time on 6/5/13:

  • Garrett Ellis
    2019-06-26 03:09

    A good rhyming book that would be good for introducing poetry/rhyme, the dinosaur theme would also keep students engaged!

  • Annie
    2019-06-06 23:31

    rhyming story about a getting ready for tthe day - the day and going to bed