How Do Dinosaurs Learn Collection 6 Books By Jane Yolen - Age 0-5 - Paperback
Titles in This Set :
2. How Do Dinosaurs Go To School?
3. How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food?
4. How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?
5. How Do Dinosaurs Learn Colours and Numbers?
6. How Do Dinosaurs Get Well Soon?
How Do Dinosaurs Say I Love You?
Mamas and papas always love their little dinosaurs - even when they spill their food or make an awful fuss! Come and join the fun as some very naughty children test the patience of their parents... but also show how much they love them, too!
How Do Dinosaurs Go To School?
Does he walk? Does he ride in a busy car pool? Does he drag his long tail? Is he late for the bus? Does he stomp all four feet? Does he make a big fuss? What do you think?
How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food?
How does a dinosaur eat all his food? Is he noisy and jumpy and spilly and rude? Does he toss milk and peas? Does he ever say, "Please?" What does a dinosaur do?
How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?
How does a dinosaur say good night when papa comes in to turn out the light? Does a dinosaur slam his tail and pout? Does he throw his teddy bear all about? What do you think?
How Do Dinosaurs Learn Colours and Numbers?
This playful peek into the homes of curious dinosaur children is the perfect way to encourage your own little dinosaur to count to ten and name different colours. How do dinosaurs count to ten? Over and over and over again! Do dinosaurs know red, green and blue? Read this book and you will, too!
How Do Dinosaurs Get Well Soon?
A playful peek into the homes of poorly dinosaurs ‘What if a dinosaur catches the flu?
Does he whimper and whine in between each Atchoo?’ Most certainly not! Dinosaurs get lots of juice and rest . They use hankies, take their medicine and are well-behaved at the doctor’s! Brimming with humour and familiar antics, here is a playful peek into the homes of poorly dinosaur children and their parents. Mark Teague uses a variety of perspectives in his dramatic, full-page pictures of tyrannosaurus rexes, triceratopses, and pteranodons.