By: Norman Kim
With big, bold numerals, an array of dinosaurs in comical poses, and a humorous twist at the end, this tribute to a child's imagination makes learning numbers a gigantic treat.
My First Dinosaur Atlas
By: Penelope Arlon
Filled with fascinating facts about more than 125 dinosaurs, from the Allosaurus to Yutyrannus! Learn where they lived, what they ate, and how to pronounce their names.
How to Dress a Dinosaur
By: Robin Currie
This board book is designed for any parent struggling to help their child get dressed.
By: Jairo Buitrago
The students in this spirited picture book spend their days drawing dinosaurs outdoors. They draw astounding, spectacular creatures that come to life before their eyes, and turn their school into a wondrous place, where any child would want to go and learn.
Ten Terrible Dinosaurs
By: Paul Stickland
Rollicking dinosaurs count down from ten to one as they teach subtraction.
Dinosaurs from Head to Tail
By: Stacey Roderick
Provides simple facts about dinosaurs and their unique body parts.
Dinosaur vs. Bedtime
By: Bob Shea
Dinosaur can conquer just about anything – but is he up to the challenge of bedtime?
By: Deborah Freedman
This tiny dino is here to explain to its animal friends that birds are, in fact, dinosaurs, and all creatures are connected to one big animal family.
By: Emmy Kastner
Experience the different shapes, sizes, and colors of the reptiles that roamed the Earth before us.
So cool! Dinos
By: Crispin Boyer
Dinos ruled Earth millions of years ago, and they came in all shapes and sizes. Some even had feathers! From the mighty T. rex to teeny-tiny microraptors, this book is jam-packed with dino-mite info about your favorite dinosaurs.
How do Dinosaurs Learn to Read?
By: Jane Yolen
Told in rhyming text young dinosaurs learn to read, but only after many mishaps, like chewing their books and throwing them at the cat--but eventually they learn to respect their books, and treat them properly.
The Big Book of Dinosaurs
By: Angela Wilkes
Facts about more than 100 dinosaurs for the curious dinosaur-lover.