Ages 2 to 4
Kane/Miller, 2005, 1-929132-96-7
We are going to meet a veritable herd of very hungry dinosaurs. Diplodocus loves to eat ferns as does his friend Stegosaurus. Compsognathus on the other hand is a meat eater; little lizards are his meal of choice. Then Triceratops gets in on the discussion insisting that plant foods are so much better. Pteranodon meanwhile thinks that fish are the best kind of food. Then Tyrannosaurus arrives on the scene and we all know what he likes to eat!
Little dinosaur fans will greatly enjoy learning about what their favorite dinosaur species like to eat. Better still, because this board book has a large hole in the middle, they can become each of the six dinosaurs in turn, putting their face through the hole to roar and growl in proper dinosaur fashion. Large brightly colored illustrations perfectly compliment the simple and engaging conversation style text.
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