BOOK CLUB: Dinosaur Roar and Ten Terrible Dinosaurs

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Dinosaur Roar

Author: Henrietta Stickland and Paul Stickland
ISBN: 9781509885398
RRP: $14.99
Publication Date: 8th Jan 2019
Publisher: Pan Macmillan Australia
Copy: Courtesy of the Publisher

Ten Terrible Dinosaurs

Author: Paul Stickland
ISBN: 9781509835522
RRP: $14.99
Publication Date: 8th Jan 2019
Publisher: Pan Macmillan Australia
Copy: Courtesy of the Publisher

This month we were super lucky to source 20 copies of both Dinosaur Roar and Ten Terrible Dinosaurs.

We have new editions of these iconic children’s picture books. Dinosaur Roar is a 25th Anniversary Edition and Ten Terrible Dinosaurs was first published in 1997.

I guarantee that these bright and eye catching picture books are going to be just as popular with children of today as they were with original audiences in the 1990s.

My almost 5 year old and I sat to read these together and he insisted we read them a second time, directly after finishing the first read.

Dinosaur Roar has been heralded a modern classic, it is now twenty-five years old and has never been out of print. This anniversary edition has been produced from original artwork that’s been re-scanned and is endorsed by the Natural History Museum.

Dinosaur Roar is a fun rhyming book that relies on opposing adjectives to describe a menagerie of dinosaurs.

We have a family of dinosaur lovers, especially the Land Before Time movies, so dinosaurs are three horns, long necks, spike tails and sharp teeth; which worked for him as we read Dinosaur Roar together.

Bright colours, recognisable dinosaurs and simple to remember rhymes make this a fun read and some beautiful bonding time with your toddler through to early schooler.

We then discovered, with great delight, the pull-out poster in the back of the book that will be going up on the bedroom wall.

Ten Terrible Dinosaurs is set in the world of Dinosaur Roar and brings together full colour illustrations with simple rhymes and a melodic rhythm.

The thing I love about this sort of book is I can have my pre-schooler practice their counting without really registering that they’re practising their counting. He was more than happy to count the dinosaurs on every page, without getting sick of it and giving up.

The antics of the dinosaurs were fun and there was great enjoyment in trying to pick which was the dinosaur disappearing before we turned the page.

Overall these are two classically involving picture books that are sure to delight. I look forward to reading them with the toddler over the weekend, he was napping when we read earlier.

Thanks to Pan MacMillan 20 of our Beauty and Lace club members will be reading and reviewing both Dinosaur Roar and Ten Terrible Dinosaurs with their little people so please be aware the comments below may be written by little people.

Dinosaur Roar and Ten Terrible Dinosaurs are available now through Pan MacMillan, Booktopia, Angus & Robertson and where all good books are sold.

18 thoughts on “BOOK CLUB: Dinosaur Roar and Ten Terrible Dinosaurs

  1. Thank you so much for the opportunity to review Dinosaur Roar and Ten Terrible Dinosaurs.
    My four year old and I both absolutely love them.
    The illustrations are fantastic and eye catching, the words themselves were catchy and lots of fun to read.
    We have read them so many times in the week we have had them and won’t be stopping any time soon.
    Thank you again.

  2. These books have bright and colorful beautiful and fun illustrations! Dinosaur Roar was the favorite for my 6 years old. The Ten terrible dinosaurs may be better for a younger audience who will enjoy counting down.
    Overall I would definitely recommend both these books to read to young children.

    Thank you Beauty and Lace and Pan Macmillan Australia for these beautiful Dinosaur books.

  3. Can I just say how awesome these books are! My 5 year old dinosaur crazy boy loved reading both the books, even took one of the book for school sharing.
    He just started school and got a great interest in reading books now by himself and these books are a great start for those who has just started reading and recognizing words.
    He can read these books by himself.

    Both the books have a sense of humor, great pictures and something to learn for the little ones. Overall they are a great read and can’t thank you guys enough for sending this books over.

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