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Hello, World! Dinosaurs Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-03-30 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:152471934X
LANGUAGE:English

"This book is an informational nonfiction book published in 2018, and it is meant for grades Pk-3, though I feel preschool and kindergarten would be the most appropriate grades. I paired this book with the fiction book “Have You Seen My Dinosaur?” by Jon Surgal. I paired them together because both books are meant for young children K-3. While “Hello World! Dinosaurs” educates children about dinosaurs and accompanying topics, “Have You Seen My Dinosaur?” is a fun rhyming book about a boy looking for his dinosaur. I find a lot of children love dinosaurs when they are young, so both books would encourage their love of dinosaurs." said.

" Brightly colored board book with simple explanations. " said.

" Hello World! is a board book series that introduces the youngest readers to nature and science concepts. Colorful images and question prompts are mixed in with the story text. For this book, kids discover different dinosaurs. Fun for parents to read and learn how to pronounce the names! " said.

"I have been waiting and hoping for a dinosaur phase. For his birthday, T's grandparents got him a paleontologist kit from which we excavated three dinosaur fossils. I called the day we did it "Dinosaur Day" and we also read dinosaur books. He was totally into it! This was published about a week ago, and I reserved it at our library first thing. We are on our way into a dinosaur phase!

V and T's Review
(T age 3 years)

Commonly known dinosaurs are introduced to the youngest audience.

This was a great fit for us. Although T is growing out of board books, he likes to be able to easily hold and turn the pages. The large text and bright colors catch his eye ("Hey, that's a red T!"), and the simple facts reinforced dinosaur knowledge he already had. We talked about all the different dinosaurs as we read, and once he found out that I didn't like velociraptors (how could I after Jurassic Park?), he had fun turning back to that page to tease me!

While reading:
T, pointing to tools: I have a little brush and a little this and a little measuring tape and a smoother!

V, reading: Dinosaur bones are found by paleontologists...

T, interrupting, pointing: That's a paleontologist!

V, pointing to ankylosaurus: Is this the one you don't like?

T: No, this is my favorite. I don't like that one - velociraptor.

V, reading: Where did baby dinosaurs come from?

T: These dinosaurs look cute. I would like to snuggle them...I would like to touch the eggs.

V: What do you think they might feel like?

T: I don't know.

V, reading: Time to let out a big dinosaur roar.

T: Nuuh! That was my cute roar!

Before bed:
T, singing: Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs are so much fun to play with
They have fossils with them
And you can find some for your own


I would wholeheartedly recommend this book for little ones. Even the velociraptor looks friendly.
" said.

June 2018 New Book:

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