Dinosaur vs. School (A Dinosaur vs. Book #5) (Board book)

By Bob Shea, Bob Shea (Illustrator)

Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, 9781423160946, 32pp.

Publication Date: June 14, 2016

Other Editions of This Title:
Hardcover (6/17/2014)

List Price: 7.99*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

Dinosaur is starting preschool today. ROAR! There are new friends to meet, dress-up outfits to wear, glitter and googly eyes to paste, musical instruments to play, and snacks to eat. What's not to like? But then, oh, no! It's Dinosaur vs. Clean-up Time! Fortunately, when friends work together, EVERYONE WINS!
With all the bright colors, bold lines, and toddler-like exuberance that have made the previous Dinosaur vs. books irresistible, DINOSAUR VS. SCHOOL will both amuse and reassure anyone going off to school for the first time.


About the Author

Bob Shea has created many hilarious books for young people, including Crash, Splash or Moo!, the popular Dinosaur Vs. series, Unicorn Thinks He's Pretty Great, Unicorn is Maybe Not so Great After All, and the early readers featuring Ballet Cat. He has also written stories such as Who Wet My Pants?, illustrated by Zachariah OHora. He lives in Madison, Connecticut and invites you to visit him at bobshea.com.


Praise For Dinosaur vs. School (A Dinosaur vs. Book #5)

PRAISE FOR DINOSAUR VS. SCHOOL

". . .Shea's concept of "winning" at school clearly has to do with self-confidence, determination and, sometimes, teamwork-a winning idea indeed."
Kirkus Reviews

PRAISE FOR DINOSAUR VS. SCHOOL

* "School is no match for Shea's rambunctious, ever-confident red dino, starring in his fifth picture book. Shea's illustrations are as unruly and imaginative as ever in this pitch-perfect, egocentric take on living (school) life to the max."—Publishers Weekly (starred review)

PRAISE FOR DINOSAUR VS. SCHOOL

"Shea's frantic, colorful sketches . . vibrate with toddler energy. Children who have come to trust Dinosaur's perpetual, collaborative victories will welcome his comforting message about heading to school for the first time."—Booklist Online