Series: Weekly Reader: Let's Read About Dinosaurs

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Apatosaurus (Weekly Reader: Let's Read About Dinosaurs) by Joanne Mattern
Giganotosaurus (Weekly Reader: Let's Read About Dinosaurs) by Joanne Mattern
Stegosaurus (Weekly Reader: Let's Read About Dinosaurs) by Joanne Mattern
Triceratops (Weekly Reader: Let's Read About Dinosaurs) by Joanne Mattern
Tyrannosaurus Rex (Weekly Reader: Let's Read About Dinosaurs) by Joanne Mattern
Velociraptor (Weekly Reader: Let's Read About Dinosaurs) by Joanne Mattern

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  1. Tyrannosaurus Rex (Pebble Plus: Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals) by Helen Frost (2005)
  2. Triceratops, T-Rex, Stegosaurus, and other Dinosaurs (Mad About) by Sarah Creese (2009)
  3. Triceratops (The Bridgestone Science Library: Discovering Dinosaurs) by Daniel Cohen (2001)
  4. What's That, Mittens? by Lola M. Schaefer (2008)
  5. Dinosaur Roar! by Paul Stickland (1994)
  6. If the Dinosaurs Came Back by Bernard Most (1978)
  7. The Day of the Dinosaur (First Time Books) by Stan Berenstain (1987)
  8. Dinosaurs by Gail Gibbons (1987)
  9. Digging Up Dinosaurs (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science) by Aliki (1981)
  10. Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs by Byron Barton (1989)
  11. Ready, Freddy! #11: Pumpkin Elf Mystery by Abby Klein (2007)
  12. If You Were an Odd Number (Math Fun) by Marcie Aboff (2009)
  13. Dinosaurumpus! by Tony Mitton (2002)
  14. The Magic School Bus in the Time of the Dinosaurs by Joanna Cole (1994)
  15. How Do Dinosaurs Learn to Read? by Jane Yolen (2003)

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