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How Do Dinosaurs Play with Their Friends? Board book – August 1, 2006
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About the Author
Mark Teague is an award-winning children's book author and illustrator whose books include the NEW YORK TIMES bestselling How Do Dinosaurs... series, the LaRue series, FIREHOUSE!, FUNNY FARM, and many other humorous picture books. Mark lives in New York state with his wife and their two daughters.
Top Customer Reviews
The illustrations seem to be about as detailed as the bigger books, as well. They are just scaled down versions. Of course I miss all the dinosaurs pictured in the endpapers of the bigger books, but the board books are more portable for the car, etc. and not as easily damaged.
We also got the board book "How Do Dinosaurs Clean Their Rooms" and like it as well. However, "How Do Dinosaurs Count To Ten" and "How Do Dinosaurs Learn Their Colors" are our least favorite books in the series.
My son is 18 months old and we started him with these books at about a year old. They are his favorites! He loves to pick out the small details he recognizes (toy trucks & balls, the dog or cat, etc.). And he definitely cares from one day to the next which one we pick out to read - they don't all seem the same to him. He likes some of the dinosaurs better than others, some of the stories better, etc. Great series.
My only question is, why are all the dinosaurs male? I have a boy so I didn't think of it until recently, after reading the series for six months. We have all the books and all the dinosaurs are referred to as "he". I know, they are tough and scary, but there has to be female dinosaurs, too! Unfortunately, stereotypes are being reinforced here. But that is my ONLY complaint with these books. I'm sure girls will love them, too. The dinosaurs are pictured in a "people" world, inside houses, riding in cars, inside school, etc., so the message is not gender-specific.
class and they all begged me to read more...These books are great and they teach lessons in a very funny way.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this for twin niece and nephew, they like it. It's perfect for them since they're only four and still rip pages out of regular books. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Kimmy
Great book just like the others in the series! You can't go wrong with any of them and like the others, I'm asked to read it more than one time!Published 11 days ago by Chris Edwards
I bought this for my son for his 3rd birthday. He loves dinosaurs and has difficulty sharing and taking turns with his friends so this was the perfect book for him.Published 16 days ago by lynnette
I love these books. I am a teacher in a toddler class and we already have two of the books from this series, so when I was writing a lesson plan for our dinosaur week for our... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Bethany
Purchased this book as a birthday present for a 4 year old little girl who loves dinosaurs. She absolutely loved it, her mom says she loves reading it all the time. Read morePublished 1 month ago by .Ngl
This has helped my son learn to play nicely. It's a good, easy read for him.Published 2 months ago by Lydia Nguyen
We LOVE the dinosaur series books! This is one of my daughter's favorites as well as the counting book. Cute book on teaching children it's okay to play with other people... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jessica