• Title: Little Kids First Big Book of Dinosaurs
  • Author: Catherine D. Hughes Franco Tempesta National Geographic Kids
  • ISBN: 9781426308468
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Little Kids First Big Book of Dinosaurs The third title in National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book series this book is for kids to years old who LOVE dinos The prehistoric world comes alive with dinosaurs small big giant and
    The third title in National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book series, this book is for kids 4 to 8 years old who LOVE dinos The prehistoric world comes alive with dinosaurs small, big, giant, and gigantic, with stunning illustrations by Franco Tempesta who illustrated National Geographic Kids The Ultimate Dinopedia Bursting with fun facts and age appropriate informaThe third title in National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book series, this book is for kids 4 to 8 years old who LOVE dinos The prehistoric world comes alive with dinosaurs small, big, giant, and gigantic, with stunning illustrations by Franco Tempesta who illustrated National Geographic Kids The Ultimate Dinopedia Bursting with fun facts and age appropriate information, each spread features a different dinosaur, along with simple text in big type that is perfect for little kids Young dino fans will love the interactivity included in every chapter, and parents will appreciate tips to help carry readers experience beyond the page.

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    1. The art is mostly quite good, and, as it is recent, more in tune with the current understanding of what the dinosaurs looked like. Lots of feathered beasts, for example.ButOrganizationally the book is a mess. Instead of by era or by taxonomy or anything halfway sensible, the dinos are grouped by size: small-medium-large-gigantic. A pronunciation guide exists, which is nice, but is at the bottom of the page instead of the top, which is not nice. The format is a single dino per page spread, which [...]

    2. The nonfiction book, "National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Dinosaurs" is the perfect book for young children to find information on various dinosaurs. The entire book categorizes the dinosaurs into the sizes of small, big, giant, and gigantic and even includes pictures of every dinosaur it discusses. The number of facts this book provides is incredible and all of the information is interesting and exciting, which would keep any child engaged for the long haul. For example, The small [...]

    3. I like this book it teaches you about every dinosaur and what it eats and what the size of it I like this book

    4. This book is an ideal present for a child. All of my kids have loved it and learned so much from it. It is written for a child and does a great job of making it easy to follow and interesting. You don't read it all in one sitting. Beautiful pictures, small chunks of fun information.

    5. This is one of the few kid dinosaur books I've found that has feathers on most of the theropods. Some of them are still denuded though, most notably Utahraptor. Someday kids books will catch up with 10 year old science

    6. Everything you ever wanted to know about dinosaurs is in this giant book. It has all the types of dinosaurs and realistic pictures of them on every page. This book is every dino-lovers dream come true. It has fun facts, information about what they ate, and physical qualities about them such as they were huge and strong, but slow runners.There is even questions that come with the chapters for readers to think about. For example: "Can you see better with one eye open or both?" This simple question [...]

    7. This book has all of the quality and factual information that one can expect from all of National Geographic's Books. My son really enjoyed seeing it personalized with his name and picture. He loves dinosaurs as a four-year-old, and he loves more sophisticated texts about them. The fact that this book personally asks him questions by name made him get creative with his answers, more so than if I just read a question that was addressed to a generic reader.The dinosaurs featured were portrayed in [...]

    8. Absolutely awesome book. The dinosaurs are organized into categories of small, big, giant, and gigantic. Each two page spread features a different dinosaur including a picture (drawing) with habitat, a one sentence overview of the dino (e.g. "Diplodocus was very long."), 2-3 paragraphs with more info, a little box with the time period (e.g. "late Jurassic") and diet (e.g. "plants") and shadow outline comparing the dinosaur size with a person size, plus a question for a kid to answer (e.g. "What [...]

    9. This is a fantastic informational book about dinosaurs for children. I love how this book has been designed. Even though it is for little kids, it includes a table of contents, index, page numbers, a map, and a glossary. These are all book orientation concepts that young children need to learn and are not found in many young children's books. This book is organized by the size of the dinosaur which I think works best for little ones. It contains full page renditions of what paleontologists belie [...]

    10. Genre of Little Kids First Big Book of Dinosaurs: Informational NonfictionTarget Age for Little Kids First Big Book of Dinosaurs: 4-8 YearsTwin Text Entry #1: Digger the Dinosaur by Rebecca Kai DotlichI chose this as a twin text to "National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Dinosaurs" because they both present dinosaurs in an entertaining way that will hold the interest of young children. In this book, Digger the Dinosaur is a fiction dinosaur character who wants to go outside and play b [...]

    11. I really love these "put me in the story" books. I love to personalize them for my grand-kids who like other children, like to see their name and photos in the books that I send to them.This one is all about dinosaurs. Who doesn't like dinos? I know I do!Kids can read all about the plant and meat eating dinos of the day. With entire page full of colorful dinos and information, kids learn all sorts of things about each one.RawrrDisclosure: I received a copy of this book from the author. The views [...]

    12. Nonfiction Text: Little Kids First Big book of Dinosaurs, Copyright 2011. This book included a category of the different sizes of dinosaurs. On each page it described how the dinosaur lived and what they ate. The book also did a great job showing the size compared to a human body. I would pair this with the twin text How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight, by Jane Yolen. This is a twin text because it is a cute story about multiple different types of dinosaurs and them going to sleep. By a child reading [...]

    13. First non-narrative that the 3-year old could really get into. She especially loves the diagram on each page showing the dinosaur's size relative to a human.

    14. This book is great source for research for children. The book has a table of contents, index and a glossary. It also has great information and amazing pictures!

    15. This book has sections on many different types of dinosaurs. Geared towards mastery learning more than anything else.

    16. This creative book provides child friendly and interesting facts about dinosaurs. This nonfiction book is easy for young readers to read and comprehend.

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