In our fourth installment of the “Learn to Draw on TCBR” series, Jared Chapman teaches us how to draw a T.Rex from T.Rex Time Machine (Chronicle Books, 2018). Dinos, giggles, and time travel … what more could you want from a picture book?!
Lindsay Ward is the author of the Dexter T. Rexter book Don’t Forget Dexter! Though she never got to bring an orange dinosaur to Show and Tell Day, she did once take all four albums of her sticker collection.
An excellent entrée in to serious works of fiction, THE PREHISTORIC MASTERS OF LITERATURE will delight and engage children. Highly recommended.
Charlotte and the Rock, by Stephen W. Martin, is sweet and funny with a dark little twist (sorry Mom and Dad, the joke’s on you!) that children and parents will get a kick out of.
Check out Lindsay Ward’s selfie with Don’t Forget Dexter, the first book of a brand-new series.
In Dinosaur Pirates, by Penny Dale, a group of dinosaurs have become pirates in search of treasure on a secret island.
Authors Amy Fellner Dominy and Nate Evans have teamed up with illustrator AG Ford to bring you the tale of a cheeky cookie and the hand that frosts him.
WE ARE THE DINOSAURS, by Laurie Berkner, is a delightful romp into the musical, roar-tastic world of little dinosaurs.
A T-Rex and a Butterfly spring to life in these delightful craft books for children. Both books by KIKI LJUNG encourage imaginative play and a 3D model to build.
Featuring an adorable cast of characters and vibrant, playful art by Ben Clanton, We Are the Dinosaurs transports readers back in time to when the dinosaurs roamed the earth.