Dig into a Good Book - Dinosaurs Books
All kids love dinosaur books, and that is why I was so excited about this years theme, "Dig up a Good Book.” Our Summer Reading Club starts on June 3rd. You can pre-register here.
Children don't need to follow any type of reading list; rather, it's more important to let children choose items that like. This will help children develop a life long love of reading.
For my friends who are dinosaur fans I have listed several items that I think you will enjoy. If you have any questions or need additional suggestions just ask. We would be happy to help you. .
Crunch Munch Dinosaur Lunch! by Paul Bright
Ty is the biggest and baddest and meanest of all the dinosaurs, especially when hes roaring hungry and hunting for lunch.But Ty has a tiny, tiny sister named Teri who loves her big brother very much. And when Ty goes hunting, his adoring, tiny sister becomes a big, big problem. Big, bold illustrations bring the dinosaurs rough and tumble world to life. The perfect story for any young dinosaur aficionado or big brother.
No T. Rex in the Library by Toni Buzzeo
It's a quiet morning in the library until a little girl roars out of control! Tess resigns herself to a time-out, but finds that she must be the one who has to maintain order when T. Rex leaps from the pages of a book into real life. Books scatter, knights clatter, and a pirate brandishes a sword as T. Rex leads the charge to the stars. Will Tess be able to get this T. Rex under control? And will the library ever be the same?
Captain Flinn and The Pirate Dinosaurs by Giles Andreae
When Flinn enters the classroom art closet for supplies, his imagination sends him on a high-seas adventure filled with pirates, dinosaurs, mystery, and swordfights.
Captain Flinn and The Pirate Dinosaurs: Missing Treasure! by Giles Andreae
Pirate Rufus Rumblebelly's treasure has disappeared. Only a mysterious trail of clues remain, and Captain Flinn and his friends are determined to follow it, in this swashbuckling follow-up to "Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs."
Bones, Bones, Dinosaur Bones by Byron Barton.
"Barton takes readers on a quest for dinosaur bones. After the bones are wrapped, loaded, and trucked to a museum, the scientists study, clean, and reassemble them into a towering tyrannosaurus rex skeleton.
Dino-basketball by Lisa Wheeler
When the plant-chewing Grass Clippers face the red-toothed Meat on the basketball court, it's a showdown of pre-hysteric proportions. Herbivores and carnivores face off in a close game that includes dunks, alley-oops, and, of course, celebrity dinos with courtside seats.
Stomp, Dinosaur, Stomp! by Margaret Mayo
From the creators of "Dig Dig Digging" comes a noisy parade of dinosaurs who stomp, chomp, race, and chase their way through this energetic, pitch-perfect read-aloud. Illustrations and rhythmic text depict dinosaurs from ankylosaurus to plesiosaurus and tyrannosaurus stomping, swooshing, plodding, and lunging through the landscape.
Little Rex, Big Brother by Ruth Symes
Rex tries to be the biggest, scariest tyrannosaurus around until he learns that he is just the right size to be a big brother.