Dinosaur Colors, Dinosaur Numbers, Dinosaur Opposites, Dinosaur Shape

Toddlers will love learning about colors, opposites, numbers, and shapes with the cutest, friendliest dinosaur family ever!Dinosaur red, dinosaur blue, dinosaur yellow … and purple, too! As they chomp bones, munch leaves, jump in the air, and leave bright paw prints everywhere, Paul Stickland's delightful dinos offer a humorous and fun introduction to ...continue reading

How To Demolish Dinosaurs

With clever text and whimsical illustrations, How to Demolish Dinosaurs helps kids banish their fears — and have fun doing it! Kids love these clever tricks and tips for getting rid of dinosaurs.Who hasn’t trembled, with head between knees, at the thought of finding yourself nose to nose with a Stegosaurus covered in spikes, an immense Diplodocus, or a ...continue reading

100: Lift the Flaps and Learn to Count Giveaway!

Will's favorite number is 100, so I had to review the book that was all about 100!  By throwing in the flaps, you now officially have Will's favorite book!Flaps upon flaps upon flaps—100 of them—are layered on top of each other like gift boxes filled with surprises. Acclaimed master paper engineer and illustrator David Carter offers children a magical ...continue reading

1-2-3 Dinosaur Bites

Gobble, gobble, munch, and crunch: watch the pages disappear! Five hungry dinosaurs--from mighty little Microraptor to colorful Carnotaurus--sink their teeth into this tasty novelty book, created with the American Museum of Natural History and Caldecott-honor winner Steve Jenkins. Kids can count along as the dinosaurs take bite-sized chunks out of each page. ...continue reading