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Dinosaurs Count: Los Dinosaurios Cuentan

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DINOSAURS COUNT / LOS DINOSAURIOS CUENTAN is a 24-page bilingual picture book displaying numbers, dinosaur body-part concepts and equal presentations of both English and Spanish. Depictions of dinosaur hatchlings wiggling three toes and flipping four flippers encourage preschool number recognition. Playful dinosaur babies will inspire wee ones to wag their tails and flap t ...more
Hardcover, 26 pages
Published September 29th 2016 by Little Fig, LLC
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Carla Johnson-Hicks
This is a cute counting book featuring baby dinosaurs. There is only one of each dinosaur per spread, but they have various numbers of body parts (i.e. 7 spines, 6 toes etc.). My granddaughter and I counted the items together and she actually knew several of the names of the dinosaurs. She also liked that they were babies and were hatching. Phonetic pronunciations are included for all the dinosaur species, which was good for the ones I was not familiar with, but I did not agree with some of thes ...more
La Coccinelle
This is a cute counting book featuring baby dinosaurs. Each spread features a picture of a newly hatched beast, their name, and a number that corresponds to something about the dinosaur (feathers, claws, wings, etc.).

The back of the book has information about each dinosaur, along with a comparative size chart. That part of the book may be a little beyond the audience (it's a book for teaching numbers, after all), but it's still interesting.

Phonetic pronunciations are included for all the dinosau
Leah Horton
Bright and simple language made this dinosaur counting book enjoyable for my son. It was great how the names of the dinosaurs were sounded out as well.
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