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Dinosaur vs. Bedtime

Dinosaur vs Bedtime Roaaaar Roaar Nothing can stop me Nothing can stop little dinosaur not talking grownups spaghetti or even bath time But what happens when he faces the biggest challenge of all bedtime With spare tex

  • Title: Dinosaur vs. Bedtime
  • Author: Bob Shea
  • ISBN: 9781423113355
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Roaaaar Roaar Nothing can stop me Nothing can stop little dinosaur not talking grownups, spaghetti, or even bath time But what happens when he faces the biggest challenge of all bedtime With spare text and irresistible dinosaur roaaars, little dinosaurs will be begging for this book to be read again and again.

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    1. You know how stories can be told in completely different ways by inflection, alone? Well this is a new story every time I read it to my daughter. Some parts get drawn out, embellished, and expanded. Others have a very humorous turn that reaches the pure and mighty heights of satire. But mostly, it's all about the roars. I honestly have a great time hamming this one up. I can be as loud and obnoxious as I want, and I don't even have to convert it into semi-clever turns of phrase. Oh, the Joy!Best [...]

    2. Oh. Mygod. How much do children love reading this book. Even kids who aren't reading yet can read this book. And they love to do it!I finally got a chance to read it to my two kids tonight, but even then I didn't really! They chimed in with all the ROAR ROAR ROARs, they loved doing a high-pitched, hysterical announcer voice for every challenge the dinosaur faces: "Dinosaur versus A BOWL OF SPAGHETTI!!" and oh GOD did they love "Dinosaur versus TALKING GROWN-UPS!" BLAH! BLAH! BLAH! BLAH! BLAH!And [...]

    3. Roar, roar, roar! The dinosaur takes on falling leaves, talking grownups, spaghetti, and bathtime and wins everytime! It is only when he takes on his biggest challenge of all - bedtime - that the dinosaur meets his match.My 5-year-old dinosaurs adored this and we read it over and over. Bright and lively illustrations carry the story and allow lots of room for participation with the sound effects. This is a fabulous package that is a winner on all levels, design, artwork, palette, and text. And b [...]

    4. This is probably my favorite "Dinosaur vs. " book. My toddlers and pre-schoolers really loved roaring along with me.

    5. Shea of the charming New Socks returns with another winning picture book for toddlers and preschoolers. Dinosaur meets each challenge in his day with a huge ROAR! He wins again and again against dire threats such as leaf piles, the big slide, spaghetti and even talking grownups! But there is one thing he has trouble defeating: bedtime. Will Dinosaur be able to overcome it this time?Shea manages to translate the toddler experience directly to the page. With few words, a bright red dinosaur with a [...]

    6. I LOVE THIS BOOK! I wish something like this, with wide appeal for the masses, would win Caldecott. Perfect for Dinosaur storytime. Dinosaur can defeat anything--bath time, dinner time, just not (yawn) bedtime.

    7. Checked this out from the libaray - Quinn can basically "read" it to us. He of course can't read yet but he can sum up each page before he even turns to it. It is so funny to watch him read this and make the dinosaur ROAR noises. We are going to have to go and buy this one.

    8. Dinosaur can defeat anything he comes up against but his worthiest challenger will be bedtime. Loved it one of my new favorites. Great for bedtime. Ages 2+

    9. This has to be one of my all-time favorite childrens book. Come onwe have all little "dinosaurs" at home sometimes, right?

    10. Okay, this one was a total suprise. Perhaps it was in the reading, but my kids of various ages all loved it and unanimously gave it five stars. Spunky little dinosaur.

    11. In Dinosaur vs. Bedtime, Bob Shea uses naïve, comic illustration style, combined with bold text, bright colors and a dash of mixed media to create a visually interesting, adventure of a book that will definitely appeal to preschoolers. This simple storyline invites reader participation as a very busy little dinosaur tackles everyday challenges like “the big slide,” a bowl of spaghetti and talking grownups, triumphing over each with a giant roar! Roar! ROAR! With its predictable storyline, r [...]

    12. I'm a big fan of Bob Shea and his books. We bought Big Plans after the boys kept taking the book out of the library every chance they could. So when my heart-sister, Barb, sent along Dinosaur vs Bedtime for my youngest (who is going through a dinosaur phase), I was excited to break it out and read it.And none of us were disappointed. This book is much shorter on words than Big Plans, and for this book, it works. It tells the story in short bursts, showing scenes familiar to any parent of a toddl [...]

    13. My mother-in-law was not pleased when I started roaring in the middle of the bookstore when I first found this bad boy. It was instant love, Little Dinosaur and I were meant to be together, and Christmas shopping made a handy excuse to bring him home with me. The bright colors, the simple but humorous illustrations, and the chance to roar like a dinosaur make this book a hit with everyone. Little Dinosaur, with his mighty roars, can win at everything, no one can stand against him. Not a pile of [...]

    14. November 1 2008Easy enough for the most beginning of readers, but oh, so fun to read aloud with the ROARING. Lots of great ROARs. A good one for showing a child how typography suggests volume and tone, without requiring discussion of those issues.***June 21 2012I did not read it aloud this time. I sat on the sofa, with my daughters on either side, all of us reading. Given the tendency to share funny lines aloud, it wasn't all that quiet in there with our three books, even though I wasn't ROARing [...]

    15. This is a picture book for very young children who love dinosaurs but might be reluctant to get ready for bed. Bob Shea writes a story about how a tiny red T-Rex challenges various nighttime activities as he prepares to go against his worst enemy, bedtime. The story is filled with “roars!” as the dinosaur beats activities as sliding down a slide, eating a bowl of spaghetti, brushing his teeth, taking a bath, and others. Each activity the dinosaur is declared the winner, until he loses to bed [...]

    16. Sometimes it may seem like your toddler is part dinosaur and after a long day of very LOUDLY defeating all of the obstacles thrown at them (a bowl of spaghetti? talking grown ups? bathtime and tooth-brushing?), what is it that finally claims victory over this very enthusiastic dino? Why, bedtime, of course.My infant and toddler both LOVE this book, from its bright colors to the dinosaur's "ROAR! ROAR! ROAR!" as it skips from page to page. There's very few words, so it's perfect for the little gu [...]

    17. My wife picked this book out during one of our "holy crap we're having a kid" trips to B&N. We're not due until September, but I still read this book out loud on occasion, just for the pure joy of getting to practice my "ROAR ROAR ROAR" for future story times. The book has become part of the waiting for the kid traditions in our house in a way other books haven't yet.And I'd be lying if I said I didn't occasionally roar around the house, or declare "dinosaur vs. fried chickenDINOSAUR WINS" a [...]

    18. What could be wrong with a picture book about a fierce young dinosaur tackling the joys (a pile of leaves) and hassles (grownups talking, bath and toothbrushing) of preschool life? Each spread is "roar roar roar Dinosaur vs" and then on the next page the 'opponent', followed by "Dinosaur wins!" But when Dinosaur faces his toughest opponent, he roooaarss himself off to sleep. Kids will love to repeat "DINOSAUR WINS!" and for the rough-and-tumble crowd this makes a good repetitive bedtime wind-dow [...]

    19. In a word, cute. Children will enjoy the script, so long as the reader adds appropriate grit to the ample roars. Parents will appreciate the test of wills and ultimate victor in this short and colorful bedtime story.

    20. This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily!Hello, everyone! Today, we read Dinosaur Vs. Bedtime by Bob Shea, the first in the Dinosaur Vs. series. It’s a funny little book about an bold little dino and his unique way of tackling challenges.Meet Dinosaur: he is fierce, strong, and wields a mighty ROAR! No challenge can intimidate Dinosaur. A pile of leaves? Demolished! A bowl of spaghetti? Devoured! Grown-ups talking? Dispersed! Dinosa [...]

    21. A story about a little dinosaur who is determined to conquer anything that comes his way. I think it's interesting what this dinosaur's thoughts are on "defeating" or "conquering" things. Sliding down a slide, brushing his teeth, and scaring talking grown-ups are all successes to him. Pretty cute, overall.

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