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How Do Dinosaurs Choose Their Pets?

by Jane Yolen

"Can I keep it? It's so cute!" Brimming with laugh-aloud humor, enormous dinosaur children surprise their parents by bringing home a wild menagerie of highly unusual pets! What would happen if your child walked in the door with a pet tiger? Or an elephant, boa...

"Can I keep it? It's so cute!" Brimming with laugh-aloud humor, enormous dinosaur children surprise their parents by bringing home a wild menagerie of highly unusual pets! What would happen if your child walked in the door with a pet tiger? Or an elephant, boa constrictor, zebra, or kangaroo? Would you smile?

Perfect for every child who has ever loved or yearned for a pet, this new uproarious book delights readers of all ages as they peek into the mischievous world of Jane Yolen and Mark Teague's bestselling dinosaur series. In the end, children and dinosaurs both learn which animals make the most practical pets, and the best places to find them-- including shelters and pet stores.

Wonderfully silly, here is the perfect book for little dinosaurs who may soon have a furry, feathery, or scaly new friend in the house. If you were as big as the dinosaurs in this book, what pet would be your first choice?

Suggested by Mrs. Hishmeh (Teacher)

Hardcover - 40 pages - in English - $16.99
ISBN: 133803278X (ISBN13: 9781338032789)
Published Dec 27, 2016 by The Blue Sky Press
First published 2016

requested by

Ms. Lopez (Reading Language Arts teacher)

at Jack Lowe Sr Elementary School, Dallas, TX

Here since May 12, 2017

Open requests - 73

I am a teacher from Spain working for Dallas ISD. I teacher Spanish Reading Language Arts in Jack Lowe Elementary School ( A low income school ) in the North of Dallas. Because I'm really interested about my students improving their reading skills in English, I would be very grateful if we get some books donations for our class

why I requested this book

Because I work with students from low income families and we do not have enough books in English in our library. I would like to help my students to improve...

Because I work with students from low income families and we do not have enough books in English in our library. I would like to help my students to improve their reading skills in English

the class

I teach reading language arts to 2 groups of bilingual students (Spanish speakers) in third grade

I teach reading language arts to 2 groups of bilingual students (Spanish speakers) in third grade

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