Thursday, December 27, 2018

Never Follow A Dinosaur

 Could Those Tiny Footprints Belong To A Dinosaur? 

One afternoon, Joe and his sister Sally spot a strange set of footprints. After close examination, Joe is sure they are tracks from a small dinosaur. So what do children with imaginations do? Follow the tracks, of course.

The footprints lead to their pet’s bowl: an empty bowl. So it must be a very hungry dinosaur the two conclude. They continue to follow the footprints into the yard and notice how deep the prints are. So it must be a heavy dinosaur. As they follow the prints they end up concluding that the tiny prints must be from a hungry, heavy, swimming, dancing dinosaur with a headache and a sore foot and wings!” Will they ever find the animal that made the prints?

My Thoughts

What Concerned Me: Cute concept but the ending is a bit of a letdown.

What I Liked Most: It's a fun, silly story about children’s observation, deduction, and imagination.

Author/Illustrator: Alex Latimer
Publisher: Peachtree (September 2016)

  • Approx Words: 582
  • Ages: 4 - 8
  • Pages: 32
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