Title: Little Dinos Don't Bite
Author: Michael Dahl
Series: Little Dinos/Hello Genius
Illustrator: Adam Record
Publisher: Capstone Young Readers
Date of Publication: Feb. 1, 2013
Source: NetGalley and publisher
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Little Dino must learn that even though he has nice, sharp teeth, he can’t bite anything — or anyone — he wants to.
For the youngest learners, fun, cheerful read-alouds that help guide a child’s first steps in learning and growing. With bright, bold art and humorous stories, the Little Dino books focus on troublesome behavior in a fun but constructive way.
From the Little Dinos/Hello Genius series. For ages 2-4.
* Bright, bold art featuring the ever-popular dinosaur
* Pushing, biting, yelling and hitting are common behaviors during a child's first 3 years - these books help address the issues in a light-hearted way* 12 other titles in the popular Hello Genius series featuring manners, times of day, and self-care
I laughed and laughed at everything that Little Dino does in this book!!! He tries to eat everything, or just bite it anyways. The creepiest part (and funniest) was when he tried to bite his Mom's tail. His Mom was not happy about it either.
I think this is a really good book because it teaches little kids, like me, not to bite things that are not good for us. Instead we should bite apples, crackers, and cheeses. These are healthy foods for us and they taste good too.
Oh and it is definitely not good to bite people. Trust me, you will get into a lot of trouble for this! A lot of trouble!
I loved Little Dinos Don't Bite!!! I give it 20 stars! (Of course Mom said we only had 5.)
This book was short, sweet, and very helpful for a four year old that loves to chew on every single toy he gets. Besides the wonderful message instilled in these colorful pages, the illustrations is probably what held my son's interest the most. He loved watching Little Dino as he took bites out of everything he wasn't supposed to, and even laughed when he tried to capture his mom's tail in his mouth, which Jacey commented, "No,No No!!"
Jacey even wanted me to read it again and again. I also noticed the older kids sneaking into the living room to look at the colorful book; as well as the occasional giggle that came from the boys.
This is a sweet little book that helps address a common problem among toddlers and preschoolers (present company included, Jacey).
I encourage you to pick this book up if you have that little Dino, that likes to bite things other than food, in your life. I think I will give it five stars!