Dinosaur Days

Joyce Milton Richard Roe

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Dinosaur Days

Dinosaur Days Illus in full color Difficult dinosaur names are simplified with phonics

  • Title: Dinosaur Days
  • Author: Joyce Milton Richard Roe
  • ISBN: 9780394870236
  • Page: 270
  • Format: Paperback
  • Illus in full color Difficult dinosaur names are simplified with phonics.

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    1. Eva Leger on said:

      If someone is getting this for a child who is at this level of reading I'd say it's pretty good. *Unless* the child already is interested in dinosaurs that is. The info here is so plainly simple, such everyday knowledge about dinosaurs that the kid will probably be bored and not even want to read it. Personally, since this is supposed to be for kids in grades 1-3, I would think that the info would be along the same lines. I picked this up yesterday because not only does my five year old loves di [...]

    2. Pat on said:

      This updated 2014 version of the 1985 edition has revised text and different illustrations. It begins with archaeologists examining fossils of dinosaurs and putting the pieces together to make a total skeleton of the dinosaur. It clearly states that there were no people, cats, dogs, horses, or cows in the time of the dinosaurs and helps a child visualize the world of turtles, crocodiles, fish, and dragonflies that existed with the dinosaurs. It includes descriptions of several dinosaurs includin [...]

    3. Caryn Caldwell on said:

      This updated version of the 1985 edition has a revised text and all new illustrations. The pages give basic information on dinosaurs, then go into more detail about many different types, before addressing related creatures such as plesiosaurs. Pronunciation guides help students sound out some of the more difficult words, and the colorful illustrations are appealing and lifelike. Each dinosaur profile has enough information to be interesting without bogging down the reader in too many details. Wh [...]

    4. Aaron Alexander on said:

      This book is for kids in grades 1-3. It is an excellent introduction to talking about dinosaurs and fossils. The book talks about how long ago, there were no humans or cats or dogs and that dinosaurs ruled the land. It gives specific examples of different types of dinosaurs and what they ate and didS standard:S3E2. Students will investigate fossils as evidence of organisms that lived long ago.a. Investigate fossils by observing authentic fossils or models of fossils or view information resources [...]

    5. Erin on said:

      This book was written in 1985. Unfortunately, even though it has been updated, it continues to spend multiple pages referring to the Brontosaurus and it never even mentions the word fossil, using the words "dinosaur bones"instead. The illustrations are also very dated. My 3 year old is able to point out inaccuracies, and she is only mildly interested in dinosaurs. I'm not sure it would be a good read for 5-8 year olds who have even a passing interest in dinosaurs.

    6. Cara on said:

      This was one of my favorite books as a kid and I just found it and read it to my son. He's not old enough to read it himself, but he thoroughly enjoyed the pictures.This is a book I'll definitely have to buy.Great pictures and simple, to the point facts about the most popular dinosaurs with a few uncommon ones. I really like the pronunciations to help the kids learn how to say them properly.

    7. Rosa Cline on said:

      This is a 'step into reading level 3' book; but it's not written so complex that the younger readers couldn't start and understand this book. I read it out loud to my special needs teenage son and he could follow it and understand. It talks about various dinosaurs and how they were born what size they were etc. Very nicely done.

    8. Stephanie on said:

      Good, lavishly illustrated speedy read for kids about Dinosaurs. As an adult who is greatly interested in Dinosaurs, it told me nothing that I didn't already know(but being as I am far, far, far past the intended age range, I wouldn't fairly expect it to), but I enjoyed it anyway.

    9. Keely Shannon on said:

      I love this book for first grade because it's engaging enough to make students want to tackle challenging new words.

    10. Laura shavers on said:

      My son was TKO by the end of this book for his bedtime story. Success!

    11. JaNeal on said:

      This is a great non-fiction early reader on a favorite topic for kids.

    12. Deborah Harris on said:

      AR Quiz No. 7365 EN NonfictionAccelerated Reader Quiz Information IL: LG - BL: 2.6 - AR Pts: 0.5Accelerated Reader Quiz Type Information AR Quiz Types: RP, RV, VP

    13. Stephanie Snyder on said:

      One of our family's favorites. A fun read. A great choice for every child's bookshelf.

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