Day the Dinosaurs Died (I Can Read Book Series: Level 2)

Day the Dinosaurs Died (I Can Read Book Series: Level 2)

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Day the Dinosaurs Died 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
We-Love-Books More than 1 year ago
This is my 2 1/2 year olds favorite dinosaur story book! This actually really surprised me as I thought it would be to advanced for him but he just loves me reading it to him as he looks at the pictures that illustrate exactly what I am reading. Now after reading it to him so often, he will crack the book open himself and tell you what is going on by explaing the picture and remebering what I had read to him. READ THIS WITH EXCITEMENT AND ANIMATION IN YOUR VOICE AND YOUR KIDS WILL JUST LOVE IT!.... Caution: there are 2 or 3 pictures of t-rex eating another dinosaur so if this is going to frighten your child then you might want to wait til he is older... But it is a great book that simply explains how the dinosaurs became extinct!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Verygood book but keep in mind if u havent had the descussion if death with ur child u might want to hold off on this book my 3 year old had many questions after reading this boook
lesli618 More than 1 year ago
i bought this book for my 7 year on my nook tablet he loves it. and my nook reads it to him. and it a way that is fun for him so it gets him to read.
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Who ever would consider this an appropriate subject and content for children? Don't get me wrong, I do not advocate spinning romantic tales to gloss over a factual event. But must we lay the horror, pain and suffering that our earthly predecessors experienced, not only on a day to day basis as they were eaten alive by each other, or found their nests raided by another predator...and then suffered through a earth altering natural disaster that starved them to death, asphyxiated them to death, burned them to death? By no means should their extinction be romaticized. But must it be soooo dramaticised to our very young? Why not allow them to enjoy the knowledge, first, that these magnificent creations existed and thrived far longer that we humans have even existed. Then ask us themselves, at some point......"where did they go". Burning alive and being eaten alive........yeah, we really want our little ones goin to bed with that on their brain or whiling away their quiet time or play time with this in the back of their mind?
Danielle Vappie More than 1 year ago
May I have my money back please. NOW!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
?....says it's not supported on my device.......bein a nook!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is not good for young kids. It shows dinosaurs on fire, starving and dying, and just all around creepy for young children.