The Dinosaur Who Lost His Roar (Usborne Picture Books) Paperback – 1 Aug 2012
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For my non-reading preschooler, it's a book where he gets to go "raaaah!!" a lot. He looked out for the cues and loved the story of the naughty dinosaur who loses his roar after playing tricks on his friends.
Sid nurses his voice back and promises himself he won't scare his friends again. But what if his roar is actually useful?
It's a very simple tale, one that could actually be fleshed out into something much longer, but this version is perfect for young children.
I like the style of illustration and repeated phrases and the morals behind the story as well.
Great for 2 year olds up to emergent readers.
This particular book is : LEVEL THREE.
From the back cover:
'Sid enjoys scaring the other dinosaurs with his mighty roar. They don't find it so funny. But what would happen if Sid ever lost his voice? He's about to find out.'
48 high quality shiny pages in the popular 2-page spread format.
Beautifully illustrated throughout in vibrant colours, this super book is further enhanced by meaningful expressions, a repeat element and some speech bubbles. Complete with royal blue ribbon bookmark!
Clear, easy-to-read text, enhanced in places FOR EFFECT!
Example of text:
'This is a story about five dinosaurs - Sid, Spike, Ross, Ollie and Rex.
Sid lived in the middle of a big forest.
He liked living in the forest.
He liked c r a s h i n g through bushes.
He liked c l i m b I n g tall trees.
And he liked s p l a s h i n g in the river.......'
...but his most irritating habit gets him into a bit of trouble and he realises that it is not so much fun being on the receiving end! He has a rest, ponders and decides to change his ways.....until his main talent REALLY is needed......... but .......has he still got it?
She loves it, her favourite book at the moment. Well illustrated too.
The book is about friendship being tested and courage. My little boy enjoyed the story, illustrations and understood the moral of the story. It is a lovely story about friendship.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very funny and simple little story loved by my grandson who loves roaring along with it.Published 1 month ago by TRUDY
My grandson really loves this and always joins in with the roars etcPublished 3 months ago by Sally Brown
my 2.5 year old daughter loves it. Favourite book.Loves Roaring!!Published 4 months ago by C. O. Rourke
Excellent Christmas present for Dino lovers, like my 4 year old grandson.Published 5 months ago by J. D. Cattermole