The Tyrannosaurus Game Paperback – January 1, 1976
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Ava claimed she saw that tyrannosaurus slurping up the rest of Jimmy's breakfast and made a BIG mess. Susan kept the story rolling when she said she was heading to soccer practice and saw "Jimmy and Ava were pushing a big tyrannosaurus" right out the door." Naturally that big dino was checking out the fridge. Roberto said he was at the bus stop when "Jimmy and Ava and Susan and a tyrannosaurus came flying out onto the street." That dino was moving right along. Rusty, Benjamin, Jasmine, Emily, Rachel, Sophia, Tommy, and Jason all saw him, but somehow that tyrannosaurus mysteriously disappeared. How could he have hidden from the whole classroom?
This is a marvelously creative "story story" tale about a mischievous tyrannosaurus. There is an old drama game, story story, that is reenacted during circle time by a very bored classroom. The rainy day activity turns into a wild and zany game that builds upon the imaginations of the children. The story is begun by Jimmy and picked up by each youngster and, of course, the tale gets to be quite a tall one by the time it gets back to Jason. The artwork, rendered in ink, gouache, and watercolor, is detailed, exciting and quite appealing. There are plenty of dino lovers who would definitely get a kick out of this runaway t-rex!
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