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Author: Anisa Claire Hovemann,Tim J. Myers
ISBN: 1584690976
Subcategory: Animals
Pages 32 pages
Publisher Dawn Pubns (September 1, 2007)
Language English
Category: For Children
Rating: 4.8
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eBook If You Give a T-Rex a Bone download

by Anisa Claire Hovemann,Tim J. Myers


Storyteller and teacher Tim Myers magically introduces the reader to all types of dinosaurs in quirky sort of way. The boy in the story had a tough day, dodging T-Rex by hiding in the underbrush, only to encounter a toothy dimetrodon

Storyteller and teacher Tim Myers magically introduces the reader to all types of dinosaurs in quirky sort of way. The boy in the story had a tough day, dodging T-Rex by hiding in the underbrush, only to encounter a toothy dimetrodon. He escapes into a nearby bay, only to attract a 42-foot kronsaurus. it was a long day, running to and fro among ancient habitats. There is lots of science, but no boring nonfiction here! Download If You Give a T-Rex a Bone by Tim J. Myers, Anisa Claire Hovemann free. If You Give a T-Rex a Bone by Tim J. Myers, Anisa Claire Hovemann fb2 DOWNLOAD FREE.

Author Tim Myers explains that the T-rex would be mad because it wouldn't be proper nourishment, so you'd have .

But there, you might meet a Dimetrodon, so you'd have to jump into a nearby bay. But there, you might see a Kronosaurus, so you'd have to swim into a river. With a "tip o' the hat" to Laura Numeroff, If You Give a T-Rex a Bone, which was a finalist for the ForeWord Best Children's Picture Book, is a really neat story that youngsters will enjoy reading and that will teach them information about various kinds of dinosaurs and other ancient reptiles, which Anise Claire Hovemann's full-color illustrations will. help them to visualize.

If You Give a T-Rex a Bone book. If You Give a T-Rex a Bone. Written by Tim J Myers and illustrated by Anisa Claire Hovemen. Heads up, dino lovers! If by chance you end up in an ancient habitat, and if you offer a T-Rex a bone, things could get. Dangerously interesting! Storyteller and teacher Tim Myers magically introduces the reader to all types of dinosaurs in quirky sort of way. Published by Dawn Publications. So go ahead - offer him that bone and see what happens. Along the way you're bound to encounter many other animals from the past, creatures wild and amazing. Dangerously amazing!.

If You Give a T-Rex a Bone. Tim Myers (author), Anisa Claire Hovemann (illustrator). Yes, that would be very cool. And if you start by giving a T-Rex a bone, things will be, well - interesting. Publisher: Dawn Publications ISBN: 9781584693031. So you'd like to go back in time to see real dinosaurs and other ancient reptiles? Yes, that would be very cool. Dangerously interesting! So go ahead - offer him that bone and see what happens. Dangerously amazing! Reading Level. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking If You Give a T-Rex a Bone as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Anisa Claire Hovemann books online. Anisa Claire Hovemann. Notify me. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Showing 1 to 7 of 7 results. Most popular Price, low to high Price, high to low Publication date, old to new Publication date, new to old. If You Give T-Rex a Bone. But there, you might be spotted by a Dakosaurus, so you'd have to climb a ridge. He was being chased by a T-Rex so he gave a T-Rex a bone. This made the T-Rex mad so the little boy hid in the bushes.

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Heads up, dino lovers! If by chance you end up in an ancient habitat, and if you offer a T-Rex a bone, things could get . . . well . . . interesting. Dangerously interesting! Storyteller and teacher Tim Myers magically introduces the reader to all types of dinosaurs in quirky sort of way. The boy in the story had a tough day, dodging T-Rex by hiding in the underbrush, only to encounter a toothy dimetrodon. He escapes into a nearby bay, only to attract a 42-foot kronsaurus . . . it was a long day, running to and fro among ancient habitats. There is lots of science, but no boring nonfiction here!
Deeroman
My 4 year old LOVES this book! Originally checked out from library and he demanded his own copy- I didn't mind buying it :) We've read it at least a dozen times.
Matty
My son, who is almost 5, adores this book. He got it for his last birthday and he chose it as THE present to give at the last 3 birthdays we've been to. What makes it a hit is the very conversational narrative tone. It sounds like an enthusiastic, smart 8 year old just talking about dinosaurs. It's not cutesy but COOL. Always sparks a discussion about meat-eaters and the relative size of each dinosaur. Will be a keeper on our bookshelf for years.
Thomand
My four-year-old grandson love this book!
Dilkree
My family loves this book. My girls (ages 9 and 5) were not into dinosaurs - until we read this book together. It's entertaining and educational.
Pameala
REVIEWED BY: Wayne S. Walker, reviewer with Stories for Children Magazine

What do you think a Tyrannosaurus rex would do if you if you offered it a bone? Author Tim Myers explains that the T-rex would be mad because it wouldn't be proper nourishment, so you'd have to run into the underbrush and hide. But there, you might meet a Dimetrodon, so you'd have to jump into a nearby bay. But there, you might see a Kronosaurus, so you'd have to swim into a river. But there, you might be spotted by a Dakosaurus, so you'd have to climb a ridge. But there, a Quetzalcoatlus might dive at you, so you'd have to fling yourself into the ocean. But there, you might run into a Shonisaurus, so you'd have to swim to the beach. But there, you might happen upon a Dilophosaurus, so you'd have to return to the bushes. But there--well, you get the idea. And where is that pesky T-rex?

Children seem to be fascinated by reading and learning about dinosaurs. With a "tip o' the hat" to Laura Numeroff, If You Give a T-Rex a Bone, which was a finalist for the ForeWord Best Children's Picture Book, is a really neat story that youngsters will enjoy reading and that will teach them information about various kinds of dinosaurs and other ancient reptiles, which Anise Claire Hovemann's full-color illustrations will help them to visualize. In the back of the book, there are two pages entitled "Tim Talks Dinos," which provides additional material about each of the creatures in the story. There is also another page of "Dino Fun" that features interactive exercises and a list of "Some Great Dino Books and Websites" for further research. Any child who loves dinosaurs will love this book.