These books will make the dinosaur-crazy little ones in your life very happy.
Latimer, Alex, author, illustrator
"Some friendly dinosaurs must help a lost egg after it's blown out of its nest. But if they are to reunite the little egg with its true parents, they must first discover what kind of dinosaur lies inside"-- Provided by publisher.
Kyung, Hyewon, author
Howe, James, 1946- author
"Each page in this book is bursting with unusual creatures from the time of dinosaurs, all united by a common characteristic. From wonderful wings to terrific teeth, from tyrannosaurs to ancient turtles, this eclectic collection celebrates the diversity and similarities of the dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures. Guaranteed to fascinate budding paleontologists."--Provided by publisher.
Dunlap, Cirocco, 1985- author
Choldenko, Gennifer, 1957- author
Bailey, Catherine (Children's story writer)
Everything in Rex's valley is rough and tough until Yogasaurus moves in, and although Rex insists dinosaurs do not do yoga his friends slowly drift toward the newcomer to try.
Meet Eliza Jane. She wants a pet for her birthday. Not a rabbit or a hamster or a puppy... a more prehistoric pet. Join Eliza Jane and her parents at the Dinosaur Department Story. What could possible go wrong?
McNamara, Margaret, author
Preston-Gannon, Frann, author
Stein, David Ezra, author, illustrator
Hughes, Hollie, author
Marianne has no friends until she unearths an entire dinosaur skeleton on the beach and wishes that it would come to life.
Willems, Mo, author, illustrator
Lendroth, Susan, author
Young paleontologists are invited on a fossil dig, set to the tune of Here We Go 'Round the Mulberry Bush. Hike the trail, scan the ground, and make a find--then discover how to build a dinosaur from its bones. Includes song motions and bite-size science sidebars. This is a fun and distinctive young dinosaur book.
North, Ryan, 1980- author
Tyrannosaurus Rex enthusiast Sal transforms herself into an uncontrollable T. Rex, partly because her brother said it would be impossible, but soon discovers the downside of always being fierce.
Pace, Alycia, author, illustrator
In this humorous role reversal, kids will learn how to potty train a dinosaur (and maybe pick up a few pointers themselves).
Cockcroft, Jason, author, illustrator.
Learn all the essentials of caring for your dinosaur.
Bailey, Linda, 1948- author
"Did you know that you have a little bit of dinosaur in you? And it's your mother's fault. She fed you that cheese sandwich, which had a calcium atom that used to be in the bones of a T. rex. This humorous story follows a calcium atom as it journeys from dry bones to your jawbone - and beyond! This story is inspired by the classic environmental book, A Sand County Almanac, by Aldo Leopoldo, which beautifully discusses how man and nature are interconnected. This amazing circle of life--or the conservation of mass--is illustrated in this story with humor and a touch of empathy. Sisters Elleen Hutcheson and Darcy Pattison team up to bring Leopoldo's circle of life to kids. Each is shaking her finger at their mother wondering why she fed them that cheese sandwich."--Amazon.
Viorst, Judith, author
Chapman, Jared, author, illustrator
Two very hungry dinosaurs discover a time machine and are instantly transported to America in 2018, where they are delighted to find themselves surrounded by food (including pizza and doughnuts), but soon less excited to find themselves surrounded by policemen with guns--so they escape to the time machine, not knowing where it will take them next.
Idle, Molly Schaar, author
Cordelia and her brother host a tea party for an unusual guest - a T-Rex!
Glazer, Anya, author
Thesaurus is an ordinary dinosaur who loves words...but he's keeping a big secret from the other dinosaurs.
Stutzman, Jonathan, author
Tiny T. Rex wants to cheer up his friend, Pointy, with a hug, but he is frustrated because even as he gets bigger, his arms remain too small for proper hugging--but he is determined to practice, even when he gets into trouble.