Dino Pets Go to School

Dino Pets Go to School One little boy knows just what to bring to school on Pet Day dinosaurs of course But his first dino is too tall for the school bus the next is a bit too loud for class and the third is too spiky for

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  • Title: Dino Pets Go to School
  • Author: Lynn Plourde Gideon Kendall
  • ISBN: 9780525422327
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Hardcover
  • One little boy knows just what to bring to school on Pet Day dinosaurs, of course But his first dino is too tall for the school bus the next is a bit too loud for class and the third is too spiky for one unlucky soccer ball The search for the perfect classroom dinosaur kicks off a prehistoric pet parade and school will never be the same With bouncy text, strikiOne little boy knows just what to bring to school on Pet Day dinosaurs, of course But his first dino is too tall for the school bus the next is a bit too loud for class and the third is too spiky for one unlucky soccer ball The search for the perfect classroom dinosaur kicks off a prehistoric pet parade and school will never be the same With bouncy text, strikingly bold illustrations, and a section of fun facts about the amazing Jurassic giants, this perfect read aloud is as educational as it is silly and satisfying.

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    1. This book was a lot of fun to read with the little girls I babysit. It's written in rhyming poem form, and though we read it days ago, we still come up with our very own verses for this story. The illustrations were nice, too. This was a great book for the imagination!

    2. It's bring your pets to school day and a little boy decides to bring his dinosaurs for show and tell. First he brings his tallest dinosaur, but the bus driver gets upset when it tries to get on the bus. Then he gets his loudest dinosaur, but the noise turns the class upside down. He then goes through a variety of other dinosaurs until he brings in his youngest dinosaur, which is an egg. The boy receives no complaints about the cute egg he brings in. The illustrations are vibrant and detailed. Th [...]

    3. Lynn Plourde and Gideon Kendall teamed up again for another fantastic dinosaur adventure. How is a boy to choose which of his beloved dinosaur pets he should take to his school’s Pet Day? Each dinosaur is special and causes chaos in the classroom in its own unique way. This fun read aloud also has interesting Dino-Facts listed after the story saying which was the most “–est” of these prehistoric reptiles (tallest, loudest, spikiest….).

    4. Cute book, where a little boy repeatedly tries to bring a variety of dinosaurs to show-and-tell at school. I loved the artwork, and the back pages of the book include facts and details about the dinosaurs referenced throughout

    5. Kind of cute. Bring your pet to school day causes all kinds of commotion when one boy brings his pet dinosaurs. Dino facts page at the back of the book let us know the names of the dinos pictured. Was pleased that it wasn't your typical dinos(no T-Rexes!)--we learned the names of a few new ones.

    6. Kid takes various dinosours for show and tell: tallest, loudest, spikest, smartest, youngest, widest, etc. and disrupts school. okay.

    7. Cute story to do when introducing children to dinosaurs. Not a book I would use as a guided reading text.

    8. Cute book with a repetitive rhyme. The ending is okay, and the book can be shortened for younger audiences.

    9. Very reminiscent of the Yolen/Teague books, but I might still share this during a story time for primary school students because the illustrations are really cute.

    10. I don't usually review children's books too often, but these are the cutest books. My boys love them. Cute story, cute illustrations, well done!

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