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|Board book, Illustrated, 22 Apr 2011||
Words are kept to a minimum, but Dinosaur Roar! cleverly teaches many adjectives and comparatives as it introduces each new dinosaur: "dinosaur clean and dinosaur slimy".
Children adore this book and will want it read again and again.
Also available as a board book. Age 12 months - 3 years. Victoria MacKenzie END --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Bought this book for my 21 month old who loves dinosaurs. This is a wonderful book, one of my favourite children's books so far. Read morePublished 4 months ago by N Martin
Great book for small children. Bold colourful pictures, simple rhyming text.Published 5 months ago by Veronica Hewson
This is a great book for pre-schoolers, nursery and reception aged children for helping them to extend their vocabulary. It is a joy to read!Published 8 months ago by Zora1941
Lovely fun book for little ones and parents to read together. My two year old loves it. Lots of different dinosaurs and their attributes in a simple rhyme format that teaches... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Vivienne
My son absolutely adores this book. The illustrations are vibrant and beautifully painted and the wording rhymes brilliantly. Read morePublished 10 months ago by kate01
Excellent book. My grandson is 3 and loves the colours of the Dinosaurs. He goes from page to page saying what he sees and it is almost the same as the wording. Read morePublished 17 months ago by SheilaF
My two boys absolutely love this book, my 4 year all borrowed it from nursery and then didnt want to hand it back so I thought I'd buy him his own and now his little brother loves... Read morePublished 18 months ago by alfandosc
This book offers 'opposite' words introduced by a variety of colourful dinosaurs. The book arrived promptly and is ideal for small hands to hold for solitary browsing.Published 20 months ago by Mrs. G. A. Farmer