Dino Bites! by Algy Craig Hall
A cumulative story finds a hungry dinosaur munching and crunching and searching for lunch until his appetite leads him to a buzzing noise, a hop, and a wriggle before he encounters a big surprise.
Dinosaur Parade by Shari Halpern
This colorful parade of dinosaurs is a visual feast for very young fans of prehistorical creatures. The simple text and bold illustrations are ideal for preschoolers who are fascinated with these magnificent animals.
Ten Terrible Dinosaurs by Paul Stickland
A group of rollicking dinosaurs counts down from ten to one as it introduces subtraction to the reader.
Bones, Bones, Dinosaur Bones by Byron Barton
A cast of characters looks for, finds, and assembles some dinosaur bones.
Creature Count: A Prehistoric Rhyme by Brenda Huante
Rhyming text in the pattern of “Over in the meadow” introduces dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures and their mothers, from one trumpeting woolly mammoth to ten hatching maiasaurs.
After roaring your way through these dino-stories, decorate your own plate-a-saurus just like Schlafly Branch’s storytime attendees! Directions courtesy of Learn With Play at Home.