Dancing Dinos Go to School

Dancing Dinos Go to School

Paperback Step Into Reading - Level 1

Director Margeaux Lucas, Illustrated by Margeaux Lucas, By (author) Sally Lucas

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  • Publisher: Random House USA Children's Books
  • Format: Paperback | 32 pages
  • Dimensions: 150mm x 224mm x 3mm | 68g
  • Publication date: 31 August 2006
  • Publication City/Country: New York
  • ISBN 10: 0375832416
  • ISBN 13: 9780375832413
  • Illustrations note: FULL COLOR
  • Sales rank: 61,740

Product description

"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!"

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Author information

Sally Lucas has written three books about the Dancing Dinos: "Dancing Dinos, Dancing Dinos Go to School," and "Dancing Dinos at the Beach." You can visit Sally online at sallylucas.com

Editorial reviews

Half a dozen lime-green dinosaurs are the stars of this delightful easy reader that offers most of the best qualities of the genre: rhyming text, a jolly rhythm, funny characters and lots of action. The well-written, brief text follows the dancing dinosaurs in a school-library setting as they dance right out of the pages of an open book and into mischief around the school and playground. The librarian, an African-American woman with glasses, and one male student follow the dinosaurs, but the action focuses firmly on the out-of-control dinosaurs. Though this is intended for new readers who are just starting to sound out words, both the storyline and appealing art are strong enough to work as a read-aloud for younger children as well. These dancing dinos have legs, and they ought to pop back out of their book for more rollicking adventures for new readers. (Easy reader. 4-7) (Kirkus Reviews)