Dinosaur Munch The Diplodocus

Dinosaur Munch  The Diplodocus

Meet Dinosaur Munch, a Diplodocus with a giant appetite, in this brilliant rhyming story, part of the collectable The World of Dinosaur Roar! series.

Author: Jeanne Willis

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9781509864621

Category: Juvenile Fiction

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The huge Diplodocus, called Dinosaur Munch, had a tummy that never felt full after lunch. Dinosaur Munch is always hungry – he wants more and more and more – but will his huge appetite get him into trouble? The wonderful rhyming text written by award-winning author Jeanne Willis, introduces Dinosaur Munch and various other dinosaur characters in a story suitable for the very youngest children. Very funny, and great to read aloud, Dinosaur Munch! The Diplodocus has been approved by Dr Paul Barrett of the Department of Earth Sciences at the Natural History Museum in London, and the book contains a spread of simple dinosaur facts and a pronunciation guide. This book is part of The World of Dinosaur Roar! series, a collectable series of preschool books created by Peter Curtis and produced in association with the Natural History Museum in London. Inspired by the classic picture book, Dinosaur Roar! by Paul Stickland and Henrietta Stickland, this colourful series introduces a range of authentic dinosaur characters to very young children.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Dinosaur Roar The Tyrannosaurus rex

Dinosaur Roar  The Tyrannosaurus rex

Meet Dinosaur Roar, king of the dinosaurs, in this brilliant rhyming story about a Tyrannosaurus rex, part of a collectable The World of Dinosaur Roar! series.

Author: Jeanne Willis

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9781509864584

Category: Juvenile Fiction

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The king of the dinosaurs, Dinosaur Roar, had a roar that no creature could ever ignore. The wonderful rhyming text written by award-winning author Jeanne Willis, introduces Dinosaur Roar and various other dinosaur characters in a story suitable for the very youngest children. Very funny, and great to read aloud, Dinosaur Roar! The Tyrannosaurus rex has been approved by Dr Paul Barrett of the Department of Earth Sciences at the Natural History Museum in London, and the book contains a spread of simple dinosaur facts and a pronunciation guide. This is the first book in The World of Dinosaur Roar! series, a collectable series of preschool books created by Peter Curtis and produced in association with the Natural History Museum in London. Inspired by the classic picture book, Dinosaur Roar! by Paul Stickland and Henrietta Stickland, this colourful series introduces a range of authentic dinosaur characters to very young children.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Dinosaur Stomp The Triceratops

Dinosaur Stomp  The Triceratops

Meet Dinosaur Stomp!, a grumpy Triceratops, in this brilliant rhyming story, part of the collectable The World of Dinosaur Roar! series.

Author: Jeanne Willis

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9781509864638

Category: Juvenile Fiction

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Deep in the rain forest, far from the swamp, lived a grumpy Triceratops, Dinosaur Stomp. Dinosaur Stomp doesn’t want to play with the other dinosaurs, all he wants is to be left alone, but sometimes even a grumpy Triceratops needs a friend . . . The wonderful rhyming text written by award-winning author Jeanne Willis, introduces Dinosaur Stomp and various other dinosaur characters in a story suitable for the very youngest children. Very funny, and great to read aloud, Dinosaur Stomp! The Triceratops has been approved by Dr Paul Barrett of the Department of Earth Sciences at the Natural History Museum in London, and the book contains a spread of simple dinosaur facts and a pronunciation guide. This book is part of The World of Dinosaur Roar! series, a collectable series of preschool books created by Peter Curtis and produced in association with the Natural History Museum in London. Inspired by the classic picture book, Dinosaur Roar! by Paul Stickland and Henrietta Stickland, this colourful series introduces a range of authentic dinosaur characters to very young children.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Dinosaur Boo The Deinonychus

Dinosaur Boo  The Deinonychus

Meet the naughty Dinosaur Boo, in this brilliant rhyming story about a Deinonychus, part of the collectable The World of Dinosaur Roar! series.

Author: Jeanne Willis

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9781509864577

Category: Juvenile Fiction

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The naughtiest dinosaur anyone knew, was the sneaky Deinonychus, Dinosaur Boo! Dinosaur Boo loves nothing more than playing tricks on the other dinosaurs, but he had better look out as he might just be in for a surprise of his own . . . The wonderful rhyming text written by award-winning author Jeanne Willis, introduces Dinosaur Boo and various other dinosaur characters in a story suitable for the very youngest children. Very funny, and great to read aloud, Dinosaur Boo! The Deinonychus has been approved by Dr Paul Barrett of the Department of Earth Sciences at the Natural History Museum in London, and the book contains a spread of simple dinosaur facts and a pronunciation guide. This is the second book in The World of Dinosaur Roar! series, a collectable series of preschool books created by Peter Curtis and produced in association with the Natural History Museum in London. Inspired by the classic picture book, Dinosaur Roar! by Paul Stickland and Henrietta Stickland, this colourful series introduces a range of authentic dinosaur characters to very young children.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Dinosaur Flap The Oviraptor

Dinosaur Flap  The Oviraptor

Meet Dinosaur Flap, the nervous Oviraptor, in this brilliant rhyming story, part of the collectable The World of Dinosaur Roar! series, in association with the Natural History Museum.

Author: Peter Curtis

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9781529065978

Category: Juvenile Fiction

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Meet Dinosaur Flap, the nervous Oviraptor, in this brilliant rhyming story, part of the collectable The World of Dinosaur Roar! series, in association with the Natural History Museum. Poor Dinosaur Flap just can't settle down for a nap – she's always worrying about protecting her eggs. But with a little help from a friend, will she ever be able to relax? With a fantastic rhyming text written by series creator, Peter Curtis, and award-winning author, Jeanne Willis, Dinosaur Flap! The Oviraptor is perfect for preschool children. Inspired by the classic picture book, Dinosaur Roar! by Paul Stickland and Henrietta Stickland, this colourful series introduces a cast of authentic dinosaur characters to very young children and is approved by Dr Paul Barrett of the Department of Earth Sciences at the Natural History Museum in London. Each book also contains a pronunciation guide as well as a spread of simple dinosaur facts, making this the perfect gift for young dinosaur fans! Discover more stories featuring these fun dinosaur characters: Dinosaur Roar! The Tyrannosaurus rex, Dinosaur Stomp! The Triceratops, Dinosaur Munch! The Diplodocus, Dinosaur Snap! The Spinosaurus . . . and more!
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Dinosaur Snap The Spinosaurus

Dinosaur Snap  The Spinosaurus

Meet Dinosaur Snap, the scary Spinosaurus, in this brilliant rhyming story, part of the collectable The World of Dinosaur Roar! series, in association with the Natural History Museum.

Author: Peter Curtis

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9781529065961

Category: Juvenile Fiction

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Meet Dinosaur Snap, the scary Spinosaurus, in this brilliant rhyming story, part of the collectable The World of Dinosaur Roar! series, in association with the Natural History Museum. Dinosaur Snap is a big, bad, bossy giant. But, after trying to creep up on Dinosaur Whack, trying to terrify Dinosaur Flap and trying to eat little Dinosaur Squeak, Snap realizes that he can't use his spiky scariness to bully and bother the other dinosaurs, not when Dinosaur Roar is king. With a fantastic rhyming text written by series creator, Peter Curtis, and award-winning author, Jeanne Willis, Dinosaur Snap! The Spinosaurus is perfect for preschool children. Inspired by the classic picture book, Dinosaur Roar! by Paul Stickland and Henrietta Stickland, this colourful series introduces a cast of authentic dinosaur characters to very young children and is approved by Dr Paul Barrett of the Department of Earth Sciences at the Natural History Museum in London. Each book also contains a pronunciation guide as well as a spread of simple dinosaur facts, making this the perfect gift for young dinosaur fans! Discover more stories featuring these fun dinosaur characters: Dinosaur Roar! The Tyrannosaurus rex, Dinosaur Stomp! The Triceratops, Dinosaur Munch! The Diplodocus, Dinosaur Flap! The Oviraptor . . . and more!
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs

TIME : The Late Jurassic Period , 150 million years ago PLACE : Midwestern
North America DINOSAUR : Diplodocus , one of the long - necked , longtailed ,
barrel ... A hungry Diplodocus tries to munch on tree bark – but with little success
.

Author: Steve Parker

Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers

ISBN: 0679867155

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 45

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Ten landscapes from the age of the dinosaurs, in a spot-the-difference format, test readers' powers of observation and present information about various dinosaurs
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction

Amazing Dinosaur Facts

Amazing Dinosaur Facts

Brachiosaurus Diplodocus We think that these dinosaurs used their long necks to
munch on the tops of trees , like giraffes do today . Some scientists think that
Brontosaurus and Diplodocus could even stand up on their back legs when they
 ...

Author: Robert Bell

Publisher: Golden Books

ISBN: 0307125750

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

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Describes what dinosaurs looked like, how they lived, what they ate, and why they all died, and explains how scientists name dinosaurs and study their remains.
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction

Writing Lines

Writing Lines

Seminar: Why Dinosaurs Were More Than Terrible Lizards'. I miscalculated the ...
Picking up a Diplodocus, I gave it a sort of rocking motion in my hand to represent
it moving slowly towards the trees. “This is ... “Munch, munch – tasty lunch!

Author: Tony Stuart

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781524634438

Category: Fiction

Page: 304

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George Gordon Wentworth (1946-2011) lived a humdrum life. He was a barely adequate teacher in a fairly world-renowned independent school in Kent and kept a copious diary of his quotidian existence. Most of what he recorded was dross. However, amongst all the utterly uninteresting tailings of his life there were some nuggets and grains to catch the attention. The precious incidents worth recording all reflect the fact that Wentworth was, for the most part, an unwitting fool whose antics and pratfalls made him a major figure of fun. In this book his editor has panned out twenty six episodes which, taken together, give us what is the best of Wentworth: pure comedy gold. From losing all the pupils in his charge on a school trip to being arrested on suspicion of terrorism; from waking up in bed between the married couple the morning after their wedding to destroying a ski-run; from appearing full-frontal naked in a sheep-farmers gazette to triggering an air-sea rescue; Wentworth was, blinkered and befuddled, the subject of these and of so many more unlikely but highly amusing events. Buy and read this book and you will find that laughter, like life, is cheap.
Categories: Fiction

Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs

Which dinosaur had leaf - shaped teeth ? a ) Diplodocus b ) Apatosaurus c )
Stegosaurus Saurolophus 3 . ... Long - necked sauropods such as Shunosaurus
used their simple peg - like teeth to munch on leaves , pine needles and juicy
shoots ...

Author: Wendy Madgwick

Publisher:

ISBN: 0753404796

Category: Dinosaurs

Page: 40

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Dinosaurs is part of the comprehensive Questions and Answers series. The book contains information on digging up dinosaur facts, their colour, camouflage and the death of the dinosaurs and discusses questions such as: Which was the fastest dinosaur? and What killed the dinosaurs?
Categories: Dinosaurs

Book of Dinosaurs

Book of Dinosaurs

Teeth for special needs (above) Dinosaurs had teeth designed to help them eat
the kinds of food they lived on. 1 Diplodocus's peg-like teeth cropped vegetation.
2 Sharpened cheek teeth helped Iguanodon to munch tough twigs and leaves.

Author: D. Lambert

Publisher: Wordsworth Editions Limited

ISBN: 1853267546

Category: Science

Page: 256

View: 592

Dinosuars continue to provoke a powerful fascination for each new generation, and this guide to the vanished creatures of the primeval world provides answers to questions such as: what were the dinosaurs?; how and why did they evolve from lower reptiles?; what did they eat and by what other creatures were they eaten?; and what mysterious forces of nature led to their extinction? Over 300 kinds of dinosaur are described in detail and arranged in families, orders and sub-orders, from small, flesh-eating coelurosaurs to huge, plant-eating sauropods.
Categories: Science

Dinosaurs A to Z

Dinosaurs A to Z

Camarasaurus had a much shorter neck than Diplodocus , but its bulldoglike
muzzle was filled with strong , spoon - shaped teeth that could munch tough twigs
as well as soft leaves . Camarasaurus ' keen eyes and sensitive nose detected ...

Author: Jim Pipe

Publisher: Copper Beech Books

ISBN: 0761323392

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 96

View: 523

A handsomely illustrated reference covers all major dinosaur and ancient reptile groups, including such recent finds as feathered dinosaurs, and features ten of the most popular dinosaurs on full two-page spreads.
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction

1000 Questions and Answers Factfile

1000 Questions and Answers Factfile

Author: Editors of Kingfisher

Publisher: Kingfisher

ISBN: 0753459477

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 285

View: 817

Full of fun and fascinating questions and answers, this handy, compact volume is perfect for inquisitive readers eight and up. With its fresh, appealing design and lively, informative text, the book tackles seven core subjects; Stars and Planets, Planet Earth, Dinosaurs, Ancient Civilizations, Knights and Castles, Inventions, and Transportation. All topics are fully indexed, and each chapter provides relevant, up-to-date, and age-appropriate Web site addresses to aid children with further online investigations. The fun and easy way to test anybody's knowledge!
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction

1000 Fantastic Facts

1000 Fantastic Facts

The largest dinosaur was Brachiosaurus . It was nearly 24m ( 79ft ) long and its
head reached 17m ( 56ft ) above the ground to munch the leaves on which it fed .
It could have looked over the top of a house and , if it had stood in the gardens ...

Author: Anne McKie

Publisher:

ISBN: 1858303028

Category:

Page: 192

View: 716

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Subject Guide to Children s Books In Print 1996

Subject Guide to Children s Books In Print  1996

Whitcomb , Norma A . Those Mysterious Dinosaurs : A Biblical Approach for
Children , Their Parents & Their Teachers . 2nd ed . ... Diplodocus . ( Dinosaur
Library : Set II ) . ( Illus . ) . 24p . 1984 . lib . bdg . 14 . 00 ( 0 - 86592 - 202 - 9
Rourke Enter . - Hypsilophodon . ( Dinosaur ... Munch Looks for Lunch . Lambert ,
Jonathan ...

Author: R R Bowker Publishing

Publisher: Reed Reference Publishing

ISBN: 0835236862

Category: Children's literature

Page: 1172

View: 325

Categories: Children's literature

Monster Stories

Monster Stories

/^Z^ Try their Stegosaurus Steak // fZ Or Brontosaurus Brunch. A massive
Mammoth Milkshake Or the three-course Caveman's L Pterodactyls make long
trips Just to munch on Dino's fries And the Diplodocus Dips Are a delectable
surprise! i f1 ...

Author: Parragon, Incorporated

Publisher: Parragon Publishing

ISBN: 1405410086

Category:

Page: 256

View: 863

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Discover

Discover

... up to off the ground ; Diplodocus's head would The results of Stevens and
Parrish's a point : perhaps the dinosaurs did ... munch on their backs , but Parrish
wonders if they'd into a forward - facing S. Diplodocus , it , and move on to the
next .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015078443275

Category: Science

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Categories: Science

Natural History

Natural History

Ducks as direct descendants of Diplodocus ( a sauropod dinosaur of maximal
length ) would strain my credulity , but ... reptiles ) still exists because I am now
typing its name , while whales swim in the sea and mice munch in my kitchen .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822009236787

Category: Natural history

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Categories: Natural history

A to Zoo

A to Zoo

Author: Carolyn W. Lima

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:49015003139004

Category: Children's literature, English

Page: 1692

View: 408

Presents a guide to nearly 27,000 children's picture book titles grouped in over 1,200 subjects and indexed by author, title, and illustrator.
Categories: Children's literature, English

The Rourke Dinosaur Dictionary

The Rourke Dinosaur Dictionary

Author: Joseph Hincks

Publisher: Rourke Publishing Group

ISBN: 0865920494

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 96

View: 648

Describes the physical characteristics and habits of dinosaurs, arranged alphabetically from Acanthopholis to Velociraptor.
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction