Dangerous Dinos

Dangerous Dinos Lenticular reading books for children and parents to enjoy together The Ready to Read series brings you exciting non fiction titles for young readers that aredesigned to help develop confidence in you

  • Title: Dangerous Dinos
  • Author: Sarah Creese
  • ISBN: 9781848796850
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lenticular reading books for children and parents to enjoy together.The Ready to Read series brings you exciting non fiction titles for young readers that aredesigned to help develop confidence in young children learning to read Each title contains amazing facts bright photographic images with simple annotations a quiz a picture dictionary a key words section and idLenticular reading books for children and parents to enjoy together.The Ready to Read series brings you exciting non fiction titles for young readers that aredesigned to help develop confidence in young children learning to read Each title contains amazing facts bright photographic images with simple annotations a quiz a picture dictionary a key words section and ideas for parents to encourage and improve their child s reading Lenticular covers bring each subject to life Children will love watching the bright and colorful images move before their eyes

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    • Book Title: Dangerous Dinos by Sarah CreeseShort Description of book: This is an All About book for Dinosaurs. I really like the layout and organization of this book. Each page focuses on a specific kind of dinosaur and the facts. The photographs have captions, labels, and other interesting facts in boxes. There is a glossary at the back and questions as well.Focus: I plan to introduce this book along with “How do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight.” We will do a comparison of the 2 books. (This could [...]


    • I thought this book was well written and well organized. The illustrations most resonated with me in the book. I was most drawn into the story at the very beginning as it contains a nice 'reading together' section for parents and teachers to further enhance the overall reading experience. My transaction was most powerful in the story upon turning the first page and seeing a Tyrannosaurus Rex head picture. I will carry with me from this book reading experience the details learned about each dinos [...]


    • This is a good book for intermediate elementary grades. A very useful book for a book report or for a kid that has an interest in dinosaurs. It is important to have a good mix of informational books in the classroom library to expose kids to a variety of literature.


    • 2011 - Non-FictionThis book is a great nonfiction books for kids. It is written in kid language. On each page, kids are introduced to some of the most notable dinsours and characteristics of each one.


    • It is virtually impossible to go wrong with a book about dinosaurs especially one with great, realistic looking photos. But add a 3D cover with a T-rex on it and you have yourself a winner!






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