1-2-3 Dinosaurs Bite!

1-2-3 Dinosaurs Bite!

A Prehistoric Counting Book

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Gobble, gobble, munch, and crunch: watch the pages disappear!  Five hungry dinosaurs--from mighty little Microraptor to colorful Carnotaurus--sink their teeth into this tasty novelty book, created with the American Museum of Natural History and Caldecott Honor winner Steve Jenkins. Kids can count along as the dinosaurs take bite-sized chunks out of each page. The number of bites matches the counting number on each spread! Fun facts about the dinosaurs--and what they liked to eat--appear at the end, along with a listing of dinosaur details from 1-10.

Gobble, gobble, munch, and crunch: watch the pages disappear!  Five hungry dinosaurs--from mighty little Microraptor to colorful Carnotaurus--sink their teeth into this tasty novelty book, created with the American Museum of Natural History and Caldecott-honor winner Steve Jenkins. Kids can count along as the dinosaurs take bite-sized chunks out of each page. The number of bites matches the counting number on each spread! Fun facts about the dinosaurs--and what they liked to eat--appear at the end, along with a listing of dinosaur details from 1-10.


Baker & Taylor
Five hungry dinosaurs appear to take bite-sized chunks out of the die-cut text, as readers can count the number of bites from one to five.

Baker
& Taylor

A die-cut story featuring five hungry dinosaurs features spreads that are missing bite-sized chunks as a little Microraptor, a colorful Carnotaurus and other prehistoric friends sink their teeth into the pages. Illustrated by the artist of the Caldecott Honor-winning What Do You Do with a Tail Like This?

Publisher: New York : Sterling,Children's Books, c2012
ISBN: 9781402777226
1402777221
Branch Call Number: JBB 513.211 JEN
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,col. ill. ;,18 cm.
Additional Contributors: American Museum of Natural History

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ChristchurchLib Sep 02, 2013

A die-cut story featuring five hungry dinosaurs features spreads that are missing bite-sized chunks as a little Microraptor, a colorful Carnotaurus and other prehistoric friends sink their teeth into the pages. Illustrated by the artist of the Caldecott Honor-winning What Do You Do with a Tail Like This?.

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