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by Henrietta Stickland,Paul Stickland




Dinosaur red, dinosaur blue, dinosaur yellow…and purple, too! As they chomp bones, munch leaves, jump in the air, and leave bright paw prints everywhere, Paul Stickland’s delightful dinos offer a humorous and fun introduction to colors. And at the end, the creatures all come together in a gloriously vivid prehistoric panorama. What a colorful finish!

With its very simple text, appealing art, and adorable characters, this will become a favorite with toddlers.

 

Download Dinosaur Colors epub
ISBN: 1402764804
ISBN13: 978-1402764806
Category: Children
Subcategory: Early Learning
Author: Henrietta Stickland,Paul Stickland
Language: English
Publisher: Sterling; Brdbk edition (November 3, 2009)
ePUB size: 1105 kb
FB2 size: 1166 kb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 989
Other Formats: lit doc txt lrf

Dusho
I bought this because my 3-year old son's favorite book is Dinosaur Roar! in the same series. I suppose I was expecting some cute poems or actions/voices we could do, but it just lists the color on each page. My son still really likes it, but it isn't really a book we can read so much as just show him which color is which. It is a good variety of colors though.
Agalen
My son who is 4 yr old loves to read and this is his favorite!
Sadaron above the Gods
This is a nice 2 in 1 book that the kids enjoy because you get to flip it over and read another book. We like happy dinosaurs around here, and these dinos are perfect. The dinosaur pictures are cute, and not too scary. The only "mean" one is the orange one in the color book... my kids said he looks like a dinosaur tiger.
The number side has good rhythm and is easy to read and enjoy. We like to count the number of dinosaurs on each page, and my only complaint is that on some of the pages the dinos are muddled together, making them more difficult to count for young children.
The color side works well for teaching colors, but it is only one word (the color) on each page.. Both of my children have "read" and enjoyed this book. The 4 year old has outgrown the color side, but my 2 year old is still learning so he loves the whole thing.
Elastic Skunk
This book works well for teaching colors to dinosaur loving boys. Both of my children have "read" and enjoyed this book. The 4 year old has outgrown it, but my 2 year old is still learning. Each page only has one word on it, the featured color, so if you are looking for a storybook... this is not it. The dinosaur pictures are cute, and not too scary. The only "mean" one is the orange one... my kids said he looks like a dinosaur tiger.
Kuve
My son loved the Dinosaurs Roar book by the same authors; it was a bit of a disappointment to find that many of the drawings are the same in the two books. I was hoping for new dinosaurs and a more rich book. This book was not as loved as the other one.
Gaeuney
My 10 month-old loves this book! He usually wants to read it over and over. Each page features a different colored dinosaur with the color word printed boldly at the top (simply "RED"). I insert the word "dinosaur" after the color word, so there's a bit more "reading" to be done. The dinosaurs are very cute and friendly looking, most of them smiling. The last page askes, "How many colors have you seen?"
Goktilar
Used this to teach my son colors. He loved the book so he wanted me to read it all of the time. Great fun and great learning tool.