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    DescriptionJane Yolen and Mark Teague's phenomenally best-selling dinosaurs are back, and this time they're going to school! What would you do if a very large ceratosaurus stomped into your classroom? And what if the student sitting next to you was a gigantic silvisaurus - who decided to jump on top of his desk? Come along for a very unusual day where dinosaur show-and-tell, story time and playtime antics will make even the best-behaved dinosaurs laugh out loud. School has never been so much fun!


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    Title
    How Do Dinosaurs Go to School?
    Authors and contributors
    By (author) Jane Yolen, Illustrated by Mark Teague
    Physical properties
    Format: Paperback
    Number of pages: 32
    Width: 222 mm
    Height: 306 mm
    Thickness: 10 mm
    Weight: 222 g
    Language
    English
    ISBN
    ISBN 13: 9780007258178
    ISBN 10: 0007258178
    Classifications

    BIC E4L: EY, PIB
    Nielsen BookScan Product Class 3: Y1.3
    BIC subject category V2: YBC
    DC22: 813.54, E
    BIC children’s book marketing category: A2M79
    Ingram Subject Code: CI
    BISAC V2.8: JUV002060, JUV019000
    Thema V1.0: YFQ, YBC
    Illustrations note
    chiefly col. Illustrations
    Publisher
    HarperCollins Publishers
    Imprint name
    HarperCollins Children's Books
    Publication date
    02 July 2007
    Publication City/Country
    London
    Author Information
    Jane Yolen has written more than two hundred books for children and adults and is the winner of many prestigious awards in the US, including the Caldecott Medal. Mark Teague's debut picture book, 'The Trouble with the Johnsons', earned him a feature in Publisher's Weekly as one of eleven prominent new authors of 1989. Although he developed his writing and painting talents without formal training, he has collaborated with critically acclaimed authors Audrey Wood, Cynthia Rylant and Jane Yolen. He currently lives in Coxsackie, New York, with his wife, Laura, and their two daughters, Lily and Ava.
    Review quote
    Praise for 'How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?': 'The message is useful...while the illustrations have detail and characterisation to savour.' Children's Book of the Week, The Sunday Times Praise for 'How Do Dinosaurs Get Well Soon?': 'Children will find these poorly dinosaurs and their families really funny... The full-page illustrations are fantastic, too.' BBC Parenting 'This is an ingenious book that will get your little ones behaving perfectly when they're ill.' Baby & You 'A perfect get-well book.' Junior Praise for 'How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food?': 'This combines an enchanting rhyme with retro-looking illustrations.' Father's Quarterly
    Review text
    Off to school with our prehistoric pals from the popular How Do Dinosaurs . . .? series, in which familiar scenes are made riotous by the scale-skewing enormity of elementary school - student dinos. As silvasaurus rushes out the door, his human mom proffers a teeny-tiny (but life-sized to Homo sapiens) brown-bag lunch and thermos. Centrosaurus can't fit in the carpool vehicle (license plate DINOCAR), so he rides on the roof. And when Herrerasaurus loses his tooth in class, he can't help but let out a celebratory yell, and all his similarly gap-toothed schoolmates share his excitement. Once again, what readers can't see in Teague's positively pop-off-the-page paintings (tails and toes that are just too long to fit, for example) is just as important as what they can. Perfect partners for Yolen's easy rhymes, they extend the text with those oh-so-appreciated labels, plenty of wit and a well-placed wink or two. The standard-sized schoolyard and show-and-tell provide plenty of opportunities for giant lizards to be acrobatic, misbehave and generally cause a ruckus, but each of these dinosaurs earns top marks and works well with others. (Picture book. 2-7) (Kirkus Reviews)