Jane Yolen and Mark Teague's phenomenally best-selling dinosaurs are back, and this time they're going to school! What would you do if a very large ceratosaurus stomped into your classroom? And what if the student sitting next to you was a gigantic silvisaurus -- who decided to jump on top of his desk? Come along for a very unusual day where ...
Jane Yolen and Mark Teague's phenomenally best-selling dinosaurs are back, and this time they're going to school! What would you do if a very large ceratosaurus stomped into your classroom? And what if the student sitting next to you was a gigantic silvisaurus -- who decided to jump on top of his desk? Come along for a very unusual day where dinosaur show-and-tell, story time and playtime antics will make even the best-behaved dinosaurs laugh out loud. School has never been so much fun!
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Found the illustrations too graphic for children. Downright scarey! Would not recommend this book for small children.
Sep 20, 2007
GOOD, BUT NOT HER BEST
This book about school was good, but not as good as the other "how do dinosaurs. . ." in the series by Jane Yolen. She addresses all the basics. If you like all the other books, I would recommend adding it to your collection but if its your first try in the series, I'd spend my money on one of the other ones. . .eat their food, say good night, get well soon.
Publishers Weekly, 2007-06-18 The latest from Jane Yolen and Mark Teague, How Do Dinosaurs Go to School? initially has a band of dinos attracting many a stern stare from teachers. A centrosaurus interrupts show-and-tell to brandish his stuffed monkey and a monolophosaurus "roar[s] out of turn," but soon the creatures-and young readers-understand proper behavior before, during and after school. (Scholastic/Blue Sky, $16.99 40p ages 3-5 ISBN 9780-439-02081-7; July) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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