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I Really Love You (Tyrannosaurus Series) Hardcover – Picture Book, May 20, 2019
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About the Author
- Grade Level : Kindergarten - 2
- Item Weight : 14.4 ounces
- Hardcover : 40 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1940842263
- ISBN-13 : 978-1940842264
- Product Dimensions : 8.5 x 0.4 x 10.5 inches
- Publisher : Museyon; Illustrated Edition (May 20, 2019)
- Language: : English
- Reading level : 5 - 7 years
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,399,617 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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This story is about a Tapejara who duped a Tyrannosaurus during a very cold, long and snowy winter. He used trickery to lure this mammoth giant into a safer place, or so the Tyrannosaurus thought. Thinking this would lead to a lush green forest and away from the brutal weather he was experiencing, Tyrannosaurus follows his deceptive guide on a gruelling journey and collapses from hunger and fatigue along the way. The wicked Tapejara delights in the fact that his captive is dead and tries to eat him. The Tyrannosaurus has one last burst of strength and swings his gigantic tail which sends his foe twirling and spinning far far away into the distance.
Tyrannosaurus sees the promised forest ahead and drags himself there. He encounters three small Homalocephales who speak a different language. It's fun that the author creates their language by spelling English words backwards. I like that part a lot. They take it upon themselves to nurse the ailing dinosaur back to good health and in so doing a deep bond of friendship forms. Tyrannosaurus spends time trying to teach the three his language which almost causes their demise.
The illustrations are bold, colourful and full of emotion and activity. This heartwarming book teaches that love can overcome barriers and differences. Their love for each other is communicated through actions rather than words. It is heart-to-heart rather than verbal. I think kids will like this book a lot and I recommend it and all the others in the series.
Tyrannosaurus is running out of things to eat. He meets a Tapejara who promises to lead him out of the cold and snow, but it turns out to be a trick. Tyrannosaurus also meets three little Homalocephale and they end up saving his life. In turn, he tries to help them. They don't speak the same language, but maybe that doesn't matter until the three little dinosaurs who meet a dinosaur that looks and talks like Tyrannosaurus.
The lesson is about heartfelt communication. And dinosaurs eating each other. I love this really odd series about dinosaurs. The stories have a sort of playful innocence about them that makes me feel like they were written by children. The illustrations are detailed and very unique.
I received a review copy of this ebook from Museyon and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for allowing me to review this ebook.
A and I read this book one evening at bedtime. The story is really cute but I do think the author needs to fix the formatting in the book. Every book I have read by this publishing house seems to have an issue example: the pages combine without a break or it ends the page in the middle of a sentence and then two pages later the other part is there.
As far as storyline goes the story is cute the tyrannosaurus meets three homalocephale and they take care of him and help him get his strength up. There is a language barrier between the animals yet finally, they start being able to understand each other and watch over each other. We learn that you don't have to speak the same as those you meet you just have to have a good heart and be willing to learn. One thing we didn't really like were the illustrations. They just seemed weird for A and I. It is hard to explain unless you look at the story.
I liked the story for this one and I thought that the book was well paced and I enjoyed the strong story and themes of friendship in the book.
It is 4 stars from me for this one, I enjoyed it and loved being able to catch up with Tyrannosaurus, this is the sixth book in the series but they are all fine to read as stand-alone books!