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The slumbering Drumheller dinosaur skeletons feel the call of the rising moon and get ready to shake, rattle, and roll their bones! By the author of I Wished for a Unicorn. Reprint.
|Author||: Lisa Wheeler|
|Editor||: Lerner Digital ™|
The Paleo Theater is packed with cheering fans ready for a dance showdown. When the beat drops, can Triceratops win over the judges with his pop and lock? Can Allo's on-pointe ballet moves dominate the solo category? And will Maia and Stego take home the top prize for their sizzling salsa steps? This prehistoric dance competition will keep you on the edge of your seat!
|Author||: Jane Clarke|
From a tango by a T. Rex to a line dance with Danny Ig, dinosaurs demonstrate their talents on Dancing with Dinosaurs, while the judges mysteriously disappear.
|Author||: Judy Cook|
When Dinosaurs go Dancing has everything to delight three to eight year old palaeontologists-from fossils to foxtrot. Where else can you tango with triceratops, minuet with pachycephalosaurus, and then bow to apatosaurus before tap dancing across tectonic plates? Here's the place to dance with dinosaurs while learning how to pronounce their names! You'll dig up new facts, then pirouette to the next page to learn about exciting fossil finds throughout history. Art and Science elegantly dance together in this fanciful picture book which is sure to inspire many a classroom discussion or bedtime conversation- AND...if you like to sing while you practice your dino dance moves you can download the song at www.skytap.ca....
|Author||: Carol Diggory Shields,Scott Nash|
|Editor||: Candlewick Press|
When it is rock 'n' roll time during the prehistoric era, many different kinds of dinosaurs gather to twist, twirl, and tromp at a Saturday night party.
|Author||: Betty Ren Wright|
|Editor||: Open Road Media|
The big piano recital is coming up soon, and Rosie feels anything but ready—“captures the down-to-earth rhythms of suburban life, spiced with humor” (Kirkus Reviews). Even though Rosie has only nine fingers, she’s always managed well. Until now. For some reason, she can’t master the piano solo she’s been rehearsing for the annual recital. It’s called “The Dance of the Dinosaurs,” and it’s hard! As the recital draws near, Rosie is desperate. Why does everything seem so much more difficult now? Is it because she misses her father? Since he moved to Milwaukee to take a new job, Rosie’s been miserable, and her mother has been acting kind of strange. Or is Rosie having trouble because she’s worried about the burglar who’s been secretly visiting her house? Then, too, there’s Mary Jean, the new girl in town. Not only is she rich and pretty, but she plays the piano beautifully. In the weeks before the recital, Rosie fights some hard battles. To her surprise, she discovers that having nine fingers isn’t such a bad thing after all.
|Author||: Sandra Boynton|
|Editor||: Workman Publishing|
Sunbathing dinosaurs and artistic dinosaurs, dancing dinosaurs and volleyball-playing dinosaurs make learning opposites fun! From Boynton on Board, the bestselling series of extra-big, extra-fat, extra-appealing board books, Oh My Oh My Oh Dinosaurs! features the inimitable Sandra Boyntonís colorful, humorous drawings and lively text. Dinosaurs EARLY. Dinosaurs LATER. Dinosaurs crammed in an elevator. Dinosaurs PLUMP. Dinosaurs LEAN. Dinosaurs RED, BLUE, YELLOW, and GREEN.
|Author||: Jane Yolen|
|Editor||: StarWalk Kids Media|
Jane Yolen's poems and Bruce Degen's humorous illustrations have dinosaurs dancing through time as these funny poems move from Triassic to Cretacious to Jurassic time periods.
|Author||: Andrew J Stone|
With an Apatosaurus as a guide, Colin and Emma must dance their way through the Days of the Dinosaur--an island in a psychedelic prehistoric times--to rescue their friend Leo from the Tyrannosaurus Rex. But Colin has another mission: To gain the love of Rose, the Apatosaurus of his dreams. Will Colin and his crew be able to rescue their friend by beating the Tyrannosaurus Rex in his Ultimate Dinosaur Dance-Off? Will Colin be able to fulfill his lifelong dream of mating with an Apatosaurus?
|Author||: Tony Mitton|
|Editor||: Scholastic Paperbacks|
Rhymes and illustrations feature a Triceratops, Brontosaurus, and even a Tyrannosaurus as they run, boom, shake, and shudder their way to the "sludgy old swamp" and rock the night away to the dinosaurumpus beat.
|Author||: Sally Lucas,Margeaux Lucas|
|Editor||: Random House Books for Young Readers|
Dinos dancing in a book. Dinos leaping, look, look, look! Dinos pasting red and blue. Dinos wasting paint and glue! The dancing dinos are back, and this time, when their book turns up in a school library, they leap out and bring their musical mayhem to a kid’s classroom. This fun, rhyming Step 1 reader is perfect for back-to-school!
|Author||: Sandra Boynton,B. B. King|
|Editor||: Workman Publishing Company|
"One Shoe Blues" presents a thoroughly captivating story and a dazzling music video on an accompanying 12-minute DVD. Boynton writes, designs, and directs (her first film ever), King stars (singing, playing, and turning in a wry and brilliant comic acting performance), and exuberant Boynton sock puppets chime in.
|Author||: Susan Lendroth|
|Editor||: Charlesbridge Publishing|
Read along, dig along, sing along! Young paleontologists and dinosaur enthusiasts are invited on a fossil dig, set to the tune of "Here We Go 'Round the Mulberry Bush." Hike the trail, scan the ground, and make a find--then discover how to build a T. Rex from its bones. Includes hand-play motions for sing-alongs and bite-size science sidebars.
|Author||: Barbara Steiner|
|Editor||: Open Road Media|
Oliver wants the stegosaurus to be named the state fossil of Colorado, but getting a new law passed is going to take a lot of work and a little bit of luck Oliver Dibbs already had his moment in the spotlight when he saved the local prairie dog habitat from destruction. When he convinces his class to try to get the stegosaurus declared the state fossil of Colorado, Ollie is ready to be famous again. He can just imagine his name splashed across the front page of the newspaper. But it turns out that convincing the government to name a new state symbol takes a little more work than he thought. Especially when the class bully, Lester Philpott, will do anything to sabotage Ollie’s plans. Ollie is determined to accomplish his goal. The stegosaurus deserves its day in the sun, and Ollie and his friends are going to help it get there—no matter what setbacks they encounter along the way!
|Author||: Jeffrey Burton|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
This sleepy dino board book is a prehistoric twist on the popular bedtime lullaby, “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star!” Twinkle, twinkle, dinosaur how I like to hear you roar. Stomping through the trees so high, as your friends fly through the sky. A roaring twist on the popular bedtime nursery rhyme, Twinkle, Twinkle, Dinosaur is the second book in a brand-new board book series that’s perfect for parents and little ones to snuggle up with and share.
|Author||: Liza Donnelly|
|Editor||: StarWalk Kids Media|
A mysterious invitation to a Valentine's Day party starts a romantic adventure between a lovestuck dog and a tiny, doglike comptosaurus. Includes an illustrated glossary listing various dinosaurs and their characteristics.