Dinosaur Train Lift-the-Flap Let's Go to Volcano Valley! (Dinosaur Train Series)
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Dinosaur Train Lift-the-Flap Let's Go to Volcano Valley! (Dinosaur Train Series)

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by Dinosaur Train, Lori C. Froeb, LeeAnn DiCicco
     
 
Dinosaur Train, an exciting new kids’ show, paired with the best-selling lift-the-flap format means dino-sized fun! Over 40 flaps to lift!

Get ready to board the Dinosaur Train and meet some new friends! Buddy, the adorable preschooler Tyrannosaurus Rex, and this adoptive Pteranodon family are always on the move. Today, they are going to Volcano

Overview

Dinosaur Train, an exciting new kids’ show, paired with the best-selling lift-the-flap format means dino-sized fun! Over 40 flaps to lift!

Get ready to board the Dinosaur Train and meet some new friends! Buddy, the adorable preschooler Tyrannosaurus Rex, and this adoptive Pteranodon family are always on the move. Today, they are going to Volcano Valley. Along the way, the train is making stops at the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous stations to make dozens of dinosaur discoveries. With more than 40 flaps to lift, kids will want to explore Buddy’s world again and again!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780794422929
Publisher:
Studio Fun
Publication date:
06/28/2011
Series:
Dinosaur Train Series
Pages:
10
Product dimensions:
9.20(w) x 11.40(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range:
2 - 5 Years

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Dinosaur Train Lift-the-Flap Let's Go to Volcano Valley! (Dinosaur Train Series) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My son and daughter both love dinosaurs, so even though this was for our son we knew our daughter would be into it too. It mostly reviews the types of  food dinosaurs ate like herbivores and carnivores, but not omnivores. It gives a brief description on Volcanoes. The children enjoy the illustrations, but I find it sad that a PBS show that even has a Paleontologist on it allows a book on their show to be published with incorrect dinosaur features. Such as a T-Rex with 3 fingers on each hand when it should only have 2. They could also have labeled names of dinosaurs or creatures throughout the book.