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    How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?

    How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?

    by Jane Yolen and Mark Teague

    Bedtime shenanigans abound as human mothers and fathers try to put the dinosaur children down to sleep. "A delight from start to finish."—Booklist

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    How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?

    How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?

    by Jane Yolen and Mark Teague

    Tuck your child in and snuggle up for a bedtime story as the ten dinosaur children of this New York Times bestseller tell you how they say goodnight. Whether it's pouting or throwing his teddy bear around, demanding a piggyback ride, or another book, each little dino eventually tucks in his tail and says good night.

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    Delightful illustrations and lilting rhymes make the perfect read-aloud and promote memorization as well as word recognition skills.

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How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?

Author: Jane Yolen

Illustrator: Mark Teague

Series: How Do Dinosaurs

Interest Level:
Pre-K-3

Lexile Framework:
210L

Grade Level Equivalent:
2.2

Guided Reading Level:
I

Age:
4-8

Subject:
Bedtime, Sleep, Dreams, Manners and Conduct, Routines

About This Book

In each playful spread of this read-aloud bedtime book, parents are ready to put their kids to bed — but these youngsters just happen to be dinosaurs! And though they may stomp and slam their tails a bit, in the end they act a lot like people: they give a big kiss, turn out the light, and whisper "good night."

Filled with wonderful detail and humor, children and their parents will love the expressions and antics of the eleven different dinosaur children depicted here, and each species is spelled out somewhere in the young dinosaur's bedroom. In the end, young dinosaurs behave a lot like people do: They give a big kiss, turn out the light, tuck in their tails, and whisper "good night."

Delightful illustrations and lilting rhymes make the perfect reading-aloud and promote memorization as well as word recognition skills.

About the Author

Jane Yolen has written more than 200 books.


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