Dinosoaring

by Deb Lund, Howard Fine

The companion to Dinosailors and All Aboard the Dinotrain brings back our bestselling and adventurous dinosaurs with a plane ride that turns them upside-down!

  • Format: Hardcover
  • ISBN-13/ EAN: 9780152060169
  • ISBN-10: 0152060162
  • Pages: 40
  • Publication Date: 06/19/2012
  • Carton Quantity: 30
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  • About the Book
    These daring dinosaurs have conquered land and sea—now they’re ready for the sky!
    But to get airborne, they need a plan. They dinoblow. They run, push, leap, flap—and
    take flight! The sky becomes their stage, as they join an air show. Zipping and zooming
    and dancing on wings, the dinos are soon upside down and dinosick! They decide
    to bail, hoping their dinochutes will work. They dino-do!
    In this exuberant follow up to Dinosailors and All Aboard the Dinotrain, the rollicking
    rhymes and paintings of reckless reptiles are dinofabulous.
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    "Dinosaur fans, or anyone who enjoys horseplay on a humongous scale, will happily welcome back these gargantuan goofs."--Kirkus
     
    "Agile, fun-to-read couplets." — Publishers Weekly

     
    Praise for the Dino books:
    "Exuberant." — Publishers Weekly
    "Hilarious." — Kirkus Reviews
    "What a lark! . . . A guaranteed crowd-pleaser." — The Bulletin
    "The rollicking, rhyming text is great for reading aloud. Fine's playful, colorful dinosaurs are remarkably expressive and full of child appeal." — SLJ

    Praise for Deb Lund's Monsters on Machines:

    "Lund's rhyming story, about a team of ghoulish monsters who ride bulldozers and cranes, has just about everything a child could hope for." — Publishers Weekly, starred review

    Praise for Howard Fine's Snoring Beauty:
    Colorado Children's Book Award Nominee
    "[E]nriched by Fine's large, double-page watercolor paintings with their whimsical human visages, distinctive fairies, and frog courtiers; the inimitable sleeping dragon princess; a repetitive refrain; and those cacophonous snores, this fantastic story is a delightful treat that begs to be read aloud." — SLJ

    Praise for Howard Fine's Piggy Pie:
    "The exuberant illustrations are colorful and action-filled. . . . in this thoroughly enjoyable romp that turns a popular nursery song on end." — SLJ, starred review
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