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Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs Paperback – April 30, 1993
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- Cathryn A. Camper, Minneapolis Public Library
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Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs is also one of my favorite baby books. I love Byron Barton's illustration style with big, bold colors, and I like his simple writing style, too. I also get a kick out of the fact that a volcano erupts every time T-Rex comes on the scene. I guess he's just that awesome.
This set of board books (I have a lot from Byron Barton, including: Boats, Planes, Machines at Work, and Trains) stands up very well to its exposure to a teething, drooling baby who still spits up on her books regularly and is determined to turn the pages for herself -- enthusiastically. That is to say, we abuse -- I mean, read -- this book daily, and it's still in quite good shape. A little wear and tear at the edges of the pages where the gumming has been particularly vigorous, but otherwise fine.
My only lament about this book, and board books in general, is that they are nearly always abridged. I have the paperback version of this book, too, and it has some extra pages in it, including triceratops mommy laying her eggs and the pachycephalosaurses head-butting it out. Without the battle of the bony-headed dinosaurs, the pachycephalosaurus on the last page of the book seems like an afterthought.
Oh well. I still love this book, and Elsie just has something to look forward to when she's big enough for paper books (if Dinosaurs Dinosaurs is still a favorite by then).
My son also likes pointing to all the different objects in the book - the water, the sun and stars and trees, so we spend some time talking about every page. And board books are really wonderful because he can turn the pages himself without tearing the book apart.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
great introduction book to dinosaurs. My 2 year old loves this series; this is probably my least favorite book in the series by Byron Barton but it's still a goodie.Published 2 months ago by George Vartanian
I mean, what could be better about seeing the joy on my son's face when I read this to him for the eleventh time in a row? Read morePublished 2 months ago by Creston Higgins
Lovely drawings, nice understated "story". Calm yet engaging, simple but deep, just as a children's book should be. My toddler loves it.Published 3 months ago by H. Nguyen
I received this as a gift and bought another to give. My son loves this book. It has simple, bright pictures, and appropriately just a few words per page. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Not Actually A Guppy
All of Byron Barton's books are good. Very colorful. My 2 1/2 yr. old grandson loves his books...especially My Car and My Truck.Published 7 months ago by CR
A great book for kids. Easy enough for kids to learn and read on their own!Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is a very basic book about dinosaurs. The illustrations are 2D without much details. Each page has one small sentence with a descriptive word. No rhyming. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Lady Lilith