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Barton, Byron. Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs. [AR 2.9, Pts. 0.5]
In prehistoric days, there were many different kinds of dinosaurs, big and small, those with spikes and those with long, sharp teeth.
Barton, Byron. Bones, Bones, Dinosaur Bones. [AR n/a]
A cast of characters looks for, finds, and assembles some dinosaur bones.
Berkner, Laurie. We Are the Dinosaurs. [AR BL 1.7, Pts. 0.5]
Dinosaurs eat, rest, roar, and march, making the earth flat to the beat of a whimsical song.
Carrick, Carol. Patrick’s Dinosaurs. [AR BL 3.3, Pts. 0.5]
Patrick sees dinosaurs everywhere until his brother tells him how long they've been gone.
Carrick, Carol. Patrick’s Dinosaurs on the Internet. [AR BL 3.4, Pts. 0.5]
After looking up information about dinosaurs on his computer, Patrick is awakened by a dinosaur who arrives in a spaceship to take Patrick to his planet for show and tell.
Clanton, Ben. Rex Wrecks it! [AR n/a]
Little dinosaur Rex smashes his way through his long-suffering friends’ block buildings, testing their playtime fun and friendships.
Cockcroft, Jason. How to Take Care of Your Dinosaur. [AR n/a] Readers will learn all the humorous essentials of caring for a dinosaur.
Dale, Penny. Dinosaur Rocket. [AR BL 1.9, Pts. 0.5]
A group of adventurous dinosaurs blast off on a journey into outer space to explore the Moon.
Dean James. Pete the Cat: Cavecat Pete. [AR BL 2.3, Pts. 0.5]
Pete the Cat goes back in time to the Jurassic era, where he helps his herbivore and carnivore friends learn to get along.
Dunlap, Cirocco. Crunch, the Shy Dinosaur. [AR BL 2.2, Pts. 0.5] Crunch is a lovely and quiet brontosaurus who has hidden himself in some shrubbery and is rather shy. He would like to play, but it will require some gentle coaxing from you! If you are patient and encouraging, you will find yourself with a new friend!
Halpern, Sheri. Dinosaur Parade. [AR n/a]
Illustrations and simple rhyming text present a wide variety of dionsaurs.
Hennessy, B. G. The Dinosaur Who Lived in My Backyard. [AR BL 2.7, Pts. 0.5]
A young boy imagines what it was like long ago when a dinosaur lived in his backyard.
Idle, Molly Schaar. Tea Rex. [AR BL 3.0, Pts. 0.5]
Cordelia and her brother host a tea party for an unusual guest.
Knapman, Timothy. Dinosaurs Don’t Have Bedtimes! [AR n/a]
A mom indulges her exuberant son’s pretend dinosaur play while gently steering him toward bedtime.
Latimer, Alex. Am I Yours? [AR BL 2.7, Pts. 0.5] Some friendly dinosaurs must help a lost egg after it's blown out of its nest. But if they are to reunite the little egg with its true parents, they must first discover what kind of dinosaur lies inside.
Lee, Mark. What Kind of Car Does a T. Rex Drive? [AR BL 2.6. Pts. 0.5] Uncle Otto is a used car salesman, who, with the help of his niece and nephew, finds the perfect vehicles for his dinosaur customers.
MacDonald, Suse. Shape by Shape. [AR n/a] Introduces young readers to shapes, using die-cut pages to gradually reveal the parts of an overall picture. Can you guess what the eventual picture will be?
McMullan, Kate. I’m Big! [AR BL 1.2, Pts. 0.5]
A young Sauropod encounters friends and foes while searching for his pack, who left while he was oversleeping.
Most, Bernard.Whatever Happened to the Dinosaurs? [AR BL 2.7, Pts. 0.5]
This is a humorous speculation of what really happened to make the dinosaurs disappear.
Most, Bernard. If the Dinosaurs Came Back. [AR BL 2.9, Pts. 0.5]
A small boy imagines a world in which dinosaurs perform beneficial public services.
Murray, Alison. Dino Duckling. [AR 2.5, Pts. 0.5]
A dinosaur finds a home with a family of ducks.
Oldland, Nicholas. Dinosaur Countdown. [AR n/a]
Features a variety of dinosaurs that invite readers to count down from ten to zero.
Shea, Bob. Dinosaur vs. School. [AR n/a]
Fearless dinosaur takes on new challenges as he starts preschool, from meeting new friends to pasting glitter and googly eyes, but one task requires assistance from everyone.
Shea, Bob. Dinosaur vs. the Library. [AR n/a]
Dinosaur is going to one of his favorite places, the library, and on the way he encounters a series of animals.
Shields, Carol Diggory. Saturday Night at the Dinosaur Stomp. [AR BL 3.7, Pts. 0.5]
When it's rock'n'roll time during the prehistoric era, many different kinds of dinosaurs gather to twist, twirl, and tromp at a Saturday night party.
Stickland, Paul. Dinosaur Roar. [AR n/a]
Illustrations and rhyming text present all kinds of dinosaurs including ones that are sweet, grumpy, spiky, or lumpy.
Volpin, Lucy. We Love Dinosaurs. [AR n/a]
Rhyming text shares all the dinosaurs people love, including those who can gallop past and those who don’t go so fast.
Whaite, Michael. Diggersaurs. [AR n/a] Bigger than diggers or dinosaurs, a crew of diggersaurs rumble, crunch, and stack their way through a busy day at the construction site.
Wheeler, Lisa. Dino-Soccer. [AR BL 2.0, Pts. 0.5]
Plant-eating dinosaurs face meat-eating dinosaurs in a soccer match. See also other titles in this series.
Willems, Mo. Edwina, the Dinosaur Who Didn’t Know She was Extinct. [AR BL 2.5, Pts. 0.5]
Everyone loves Edwina, except for Reginald Von Hoobie-Doobie. Reginald knows dinosaurs are extinct and is ready to prove it, but will anyone listen to him, and, if they do, what will happen to Edwina?
Yolen, Jane. How Do Dinosaurs Learn to Read? [AR BL 2.0. Pts. 0.5] Told in rhyming text young dinosaurs learn to read, but only after many mishaps, like chewing their books and throwing them at the cat--but eventually they learn to respect their books, and treat them properly.
Yolen, Jane. How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight? [AR BL 1.6, Pts. 0.5]
This book is brimming with humor and familiar goodnight antics. Here is a playful peek into the homes of dinosaur children and their parents at bedtime. See also other titles in this series.