really good dinosaur picture books? fiction or non-fiction?
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I'm familiar with a bunch of really simple ones...picture books turned into board books by Byron Barton, Paul Strickland and Bernard Most as well as Jane Yolen's How Do Dinosaurs... manners series...but I'd like more stories about dinosaurs (When Dinosaurs Came with Everything is a favorite around here and we'll probably try Danny and the Dinosaur) as well as some simple non-fiction.
We have had this book from the library The Big Book of Dinosaurs from DK Publishing. It has great pictures and has similar information to the other one I mentioned.
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#3> I forgot completely about the Dinotopia books...probably because mine are still in a box somewhere. I don't remember the text well enough to know if it will work for her or not but I am game to get the from the library and find out.
Daughter is not particularly into dinosaurs - her interests are ballet and fairies. Our library catalogs very few of its juvenile paperbacks though, so they are catch as catch can. From what I've seen, I might be willing to read the Flower Fairy chapter books and I've heard surprisingly decent things about the Disney Fairies chapter books but I'll leave her to discover the Rainbow Magic books on her own. But I digress.
The Magic School Bus in the Time of the Dinosaurs is another fun one. My kids adore anything with Ms. Frizzle, and the format is such that you can read the simple story line or explore all the extra details present on the page as it suits your child's interest.