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Dangerous Dinos (Ready To Read) by Sarah…

Dangerous Dinos (Ready To Read) (edition 2011)

by Sarah Creese

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Title:Dangerous Dinos (Ready To Read)
Authors:Sarah Creese
Info:Make Believe Ideas (2011), Paperback, 32 pages
Collections:Your library
Tags:Non Fiction

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Dangerous Dinos (Ready To Read) by Sarah Creese



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This book is an informational book all about dinosaurs. "Dangerous Dinos" appeals to young readers who are interested in learning more about the types of dinosaurs, their descriptions, and what they did. The book is divided into types of dinosaurs, giving describing in fun facts on a level 2 reading level. This book also includes holographic images, clear computerized drawings, and even a quiz at the end to test your comprehension of the book. Overall, this informational book is a positive experience for young readers. It is fun and educational which appeals to the age it is written for.

This book is a nonfiction book because it is strictly informational facts about dinosaurs and when they lived. It teaches readers all of the basic information you need to know about dinosaurs. Because this is a level 2 reading book, it would be great to include in an early elementary classroom. This would be good to incorporate into a science lesson, or to have in a classroom library for a free read.
  cewhiteford | Nov 12, 2012 |
This book is about dangerous dinosaurs! It gives interesting facts about dinosaurs, and how dangerous some of them were. It describes a T-Rex, from it's dangerous sharp teeth, to his sharp claws.

My son picked this book out at the library, and I knew I had to get it. I liked how it kept his interest through the whole book! Plus, it's a ready to read book, so in about another year or two, he'll be able to read it to me!

In the classroom, have the children draw pictures of their favorite dinosaurs! Also, you could talk about how big dinosaur were and compare them to large animals today in size!
  Kandie1208 | Apr 17, 2011 |
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