Meet the Dinotrux (Passport to Reading Level 1) (Paperback)
LB Kids, 9780316400633, 32pp.
Publication Date: January 6, 2015
List Price: 4.99*
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In this beginning reader, Dozeratops wants to meet new Dinotrux. But they are on the other side of the river. Can the mighty monsters work together to build a bridge? Find out in this friendship adventure, where you will learn about ten of these part-dinosaur, part-truck beasts! (Passport to Reading Level 1)
About the Author
Chris Gall is the award-winning author and illustrator of Dinotrux, a Publishers Weekly Best Children's Book, as well as Dog Vs. Cat, Awesome Dawson, Revenge of the Dinotrux, Substitute Creacher, Dear Fish, and There's Nothing to Do on Mars. His books have received numerous starred reviews and awards including a Borders Original Voices Award for Dear Fish and a Kirkus Reviews Best Children's Book for There's Nothing to Do on Mars. Chris has won a multitude of awards from organizations like the Society of Illustrators and Communication Arts Magazine and is also the illustrator of America the Beautiful, a Publishers Weekly Best Children's Book. He lives in Tucson, Arizona.
Praise For Meet the Dinotrux (Passport to Reading Level 1)…
Praise for Dinotrux:* "Comically overheated narration... fire-roasted settings and hilariously imagined creatures."—Publisher's Weekly, starred review
* "This title will be hard to keep on the shelves."—School Library Journal, starred review
* "Dinotrux ruled their world, now they're likely to rule this one too. Bellow on!"—Kirkus Reviews, starred review
Praise for Revenge of the Dinotrux:
* "Gall's dinosaur/machine mash-ups are, once again, the star of the show, commanding attention (and generating laughs) in every action-filled, rust-toned scene."—Publishers Weekly, starred review
"Young fans of all things big and noisy will make trax for this dynamic dino-diversion."—Kirkus Reviews
"Dramatic, full-page illustrations brim with the energy of these fierce machines.... A fun follow-up, appealing to old and new fans alike."—School Library Journal