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The book features pictures of various different types of dinosaurs that are paired with rhyming text that discusses various different features and differences such as "weak vs strong" and "long vs short".
Loveday, Samantha. "Immediate to develop Dinosaur Roar pre-school app". Licensing Biz . Retrieved 23 March 2014.I have shared this with my friends who have little ones a similar age to my little boy. This book was given to him by his Aunt who said it was her boys favourite book and it makes him smile and he now knows lots of actions for some of the dinosaurs. Fabulous book!
This book is an absolute winner, which soon has toddlers joining in with the rhyming words - and admiring the fabulous dinosaur pictures. The dinosaurs are having a high old time in the supermarket , sneaking about the aisles and having a massive food fight! The World of Dinosaur Roar!books are published by Macmillan Children’s Books, an imprint of Pan Macmillan.Dinosaur Stomp doesn’t want to play with the other dinosaurs, all he wants is to be left alone, but sometimes even a grumpy Triceratops needs a friend...
Play I’m thinking of a dinosaur. Take turns describing a dinosaur, eg ‘I’m thinking of a dinosaur that has three horns on its head. Can you find it?’ Make a book A ge 3-5 Dinosaur Roar has become very popular with young dinosaur enthusiasts. The bold and beautiful illustrations based on real (and not so real!) dinosaurs give lots to talk about and enjoy. The text is simple but memorable with a strong rhyme and rhythm. It reads like a poem and children will enjoy joining in. My daughter and I have read this book together hundreds of times since she was given it by our health visitor around her 1st birthday (she is now 3 and still loves it). She does actions for some of the dinosaurs, like 'Dinosaur Strong' shows her arm muscles and we always giggle that 'Dinosaur Grumpy' is like her Daddy!This book is part of The World of Dinosaur Roar!, a collectable series of preschool books created by Peter Curtis and produced in association with the Natural History Museum in London. my daughter loves this book, she is 3 years old and tries to pretend to be a dinosaur as i read this book to her, it is very funny to see her actions and to listen to her roaring.