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All the books in this list are fiction.  Non-fiction about dinosaurs can be found in J567.  The books in this list can be found in their respective sections, filed alphabetically by the author's last name. 


Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs
by Giles Andreae
When Flinn enters the classroom art closet for supplies, his imagination sends him on a high-seas adventure filled with pirates, dinosaurs, mystery, and swordfights.

Dinosaur Thunder
by Marion Dane Bauer
Brannon is afraid of thunder until his older brother compares thunder to one of Brannon's favorite subjects--dinosaurs.

When Dinosaurs Came with Everything
by Elise Broach
Although his mother is a little worried, a young boy is delighted to discover that every shop in town is giving away real dinosaurs to their customers. 

Marlo and the Dinosaurs
by Christopher Browne
When Marlo wakes up from his afternoon nap, he spots something curious. . . . His investigation brings him into a lush jungle, where a whole new world full of colorful dinosaurs of every size awaits him.

No T. Rex in the Library
by Toni Buzzeo
Believing she will be given a time-out for roaring inside a quiet library, little Tess is astonished when one of the books releases a rambunctious dinosaur that makes messes, clashes with characters from other stories and leads a charge to the stars.

The Really, Really, Really Big Dinosaur
by Richard Byrne
A big, boastful, and rather rude dinosaur learns to share and make friends.

Patrick’s Dinosaurs
by Carol Carrick
When his older brother talks about dinosaurs during a visit to the zoo, Patrick is afraid, until he discovers they all died millions of years ago. 

Dad and the Dinosaur
by Gennifer Choldenko
Wanting to be as brave as his father, Nicholas keeps a toy dinosaur that gives him courage and helps him overcome his fears, but when the dinosaur goes missing, his fears return. 

Tadpole Rex
by Kurt Cyrus
Living in a prehistoric swamp among the giant dinosaurs who tower above him, Rex the tiny tadpole dreams of the day when he will be big too, yet with time and patience, Rex finally develops into a full-grown frog and becomes more proud and mighty in his presence than his fellow residents are in size!

Dinosaur Pirates!
by Penny Dale
The intrepid team from Dinosaur Dig! returns as a band of prehistoric pirates in search of buried treasure who navigate their way to a desert island before being ambushed by a fearsome band of gold-snatching marauders. 

Dinosaur Rescue!
by Penny Dale
The intrepid prehistoric heroes saving the day, and each other, from a series of silly catastrophes. 

Dinosaur Rocket!
by Penny Dale
Aspiring to go to the moon, the intrepid prehistoric heroes from Dinosaur Zoom! prepare a rocket for a journey that they hope will be both smooth and adventurous. 

Dinosaur Zoom!
by Penny Dale
The dinosaurs return in a story that finds them traveling in vehicles of all shapes and sizes to a fun-filled birthday party that culminates in a surprise ending.

Tyrannosaurus Drip
by Julia Donaldson
Having been raised by the T-Rex family after accidentally being laid in their nest, the plant-eating duckbill dinosaur named Drip showed his ferocious, meat-eating adoptive family that size doesn't matter when it comes to courage and, in doing so, put to rest the feud between the two warring dinosaur families forever. 

by Jonny Duddle
Four young dinosaurs are told to fear the gigantosaurus, but when the lookout among them decides to have a little fun, they all learn a valuable lesson about false warnings.

How to Grow a Dinosaur
by Jill Esbaum
Provides practical advice for a young dinosaur when a baby brother arrives, such as the good news that he will be toddling soon, but the bad news that he will not know what is dangerous.

Time Train
by Paul Fleischman
A class takes a field trip back through time to observe living dinosaurs in their natural habitat.

The Littlest Dinosaur’s Big Adventure
by Michael Foreman
When the littlest dinosaur gets lost in the woods after chasing frogs in the meadow and playing with butterflies, he worries that he may not find his way home when night falls. 

Three Little Dinosaurs
by Charles Fuge
Dreaming about being able to fly, young dinosaur companions Scratch, Spike and Lofty climb a volcano and plan to jump into the air only to learn from a friendly pterodactyl that flying is harder than it seems.

Duck, Duck, Dinosaur and the Noise at Night
by Kallie George
Feeling big and brave on their first night alone in their nest, duck-and-dino siblings Feather, Flap and Spike are repeatedly awakened by a frightening growl that scares them into hiding.

The Dinosaur’s New Clothes
by Diane Goode
In this retelling of the familiar story about two rascals who sell a vain emperor an invisible suit of clothes, the characters are presented as dinosaurs.

Cap’n Rex & His Clever Crew
by Henry Herz
Dinosaur buccaneers use their armored plates, strong tails, and mighty wings to plunder buried treasure.

by James Howe
Despite her size and not having the proper footwear, a determined dinosaur pursues her dream of becoming a ballerina. 

Creature Count
by Brenda Huante
Rhyming text in the pattern of "Over in the meadow" introduces dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures and their mothers, from one trumpeting woolly mammoth to ten hatching maiasaurs. 

Camp Rex
by Molly Idle
Cordelia and her troop of dino-scouts enjoy a camping trip in the great outdoors. 

Sea Rex
by Molly Idle
Cordelia spends a day at the beach with her dinosaur friends. 

Tea Rex
by Molly Idle
Throwing a tea party that includes a dinosaur guest, Cordelia faithfully follows the rules of hosting etiquette despite her prehistoric friend's unconventional manners, which include eating everything with enthusiasm and whipping his tail about as he dances.

Dinosaur Bob and His Adventures with the Family Lazardo
by William Joyce
While vacationing in Africa, the Lazardo family finds and brings back to America a friendly dinosaur that becomes the talk of the town.When the eccentric Lazardo family finds a dinosaur while on safari in Africa, they bring him home, where he becomes an instant hit and a great ballplayer until he is arrested for chasing cars.

Dinosaurs in Disguise
by Stephen Krensky
Did a comet kill off the dinosaurs, or are they masters of disguise, hiding in plain sight all along?

Vacation’s Over: Return of the Dinosaurs
by Joe Kulka
Relates what happened to the dinosaurs who escaped extinction. 

by Stephan Lomp
Babysaurus is looking for his mamasaurus and meets different prehistoric animals along the way.

by Deb Lund
After spending time sailing on the high seas, some novice, seasick dinosaurs decide they have had enough of their ocean adventure.  

by Deb Lund
When dinosaurs go flying in an airplane and attempt to do stunts, they soon tire of the adventure and seek other, more stable pursuits.

Too Big
by Claire Masurel
Everyone tells Charlie that his new toy dinosaur Tex is too big to take anywhere, but he proves to be just right when Charlie needs support at the doctor's office.

When I Was a Dinosaur
by Tatsuhide Matsuoka
After receiving a dinosaur costume for his birthday, a young boy wears the costume to the park and enjoys an afternoon of play and adventure. 

I’m Bad
by Kate McMullan
A hungry Tyrannosaurus rex searches for food in the prehistoric forest but is thwarted in its attempts to find something to eat. 

I’m Big
by Kate McMullan
A young Sauropod encounters friends and foes while searching for his pack, who left while he was oversleeping.

by Tony Mitton
Rhymes and illustrations feature a Triceratops, Brontosaurus, and even a Tyrannosaurus as they run, boom, shake, and shudder their way to the "sludgy old swamp" and rock the night away to the dinosaurumpus beat. 

Dino Duckling
by Alison Murray
A funny and touching celebration of difference, based on Hans Christian Andersen's The Ugly Duckling. Dino Duckling can dive, swim and fish just like his duckling brothers and sisters. But when the time comes for the family fly south for the winter, Dino Duckling finds he really is different!

Dinosaur Dream
by Dennis Nolan
After reading about dinosaurs and then falling asleep, Wilbur sees a baby Apatosaurus outside his bedroom and travels backwards through time to return it to its Jurassic time period.

Captain Raptor and the Moon Mystery
by Kevin O’Malley
When something lands on one of the moons of the planet Jurassica, Captain Raptor and his spaceship crew go to investigate.

Gorgonzola: A Very Stinkysaurus
by Margie Palatini
When Gorgonzola the dinosaur learns that everyone runs from him to avoid his smell, rather than out of fear, he is grateful to the little bird who shows him how to brush his teeth and wash.

Dazzle the Dinosaur
by Marcus Pfister
Dazzle the dinosaur helps his friend Maia and her mother reclaim their former home from the nasty Dragonsaurus. 

Dino Pets
by Lynn Plourde
A boy brings home various dinosaurs from the pet store, but discovers that neither the biggest nor the smallest, the softest nor the scariest, makes an ideal pet, in a text that includes facts about dinosaurs.

by Smriti Prasadam-Halls
Scolded by his parents and teased by classmates, Reginald, a tyrannosaurus rex who does not likes meat, leaves home in hopes of finding acceptance among the herbivores.

Dinosaur Farm
by Frann Preston-Gannon
It's hard work being a farmer—and even harder running a DINOSAUR FARM! Children will love spending a day on this vibrant farm, filled with appealing prehistoric creatures of every shape and size.

Skippyjon Jones and the Big Bones
by Judith Schachner
When this curious kitty enters the land of dinosaurs, via his closet, in search of the legendary Skipposaurus, he instead encounters the Chimichango gang and together, along with El Skippito, they wreak prehistoric havoc--especially when they encounter the dreaded T-Mex! 

Time Flies
by Eric Rohmann
A wordless tale in which a bird flying around the dinosaur exhibit in a museum has an unsettling experience when it finds itself back in the time of living dinosaurs.  

The Good Dinosaur
by Bill Scollon
Disney/Pixar The Good Dinosaur is a humorous and exciting original story about Arlo, a lively Apatosaurus with a big heart.  After a traumatic event unsettles Arlo's family, he sets out on a remarkable journey, gaining an unlikely companion along the way—a human boy. 

Dinosaur vs. Bedtime
by Bob Shea
As little Dinosaur takes on everything around him, from a pile of leaves to his evening bowl of spaghetti, he is sure to win the challenge, but when it comes to bedtime, little Dinosaur is no match.

Dinosaur vs. Mommy
by Bob Shea
Dinosaur spends a day "helping" his mother, from the time he roars to awaken her until their final contest at bedtime. 

Dinosaur vs. Santa
by Bob Shea
The little red dinosaur from Dinosaur vs. the Potty tackles such holiday challenges as decorating, preparing gifts for his parents and resisting naughtiness with a ferocious roar before meeting his match in a jolly, red-suited Santa

Dinosaur vs. School
by Bob Shea
Loving everything about his first day of preschool, from meeting new friends and dressing up in play clothes to doing arts-and-crafts and playing musical instruments, Dinosaur feels unsure about the challenges of clean-up time before discovering the power of friends working together.  

Dinosaur vs. the Potty
by Bob Shea
Dinosaur doesn't need to use the potty--even when he's making lemonade, running through the sprinkler, having a three-juice-box lunch and splashing in rain puddles--but wait, is that a victory dance he's doing or a potty dance? Will Potty claim the ultimate victory over Dinosaur's stubborn resistance?

Dinosaur Kisses
by David Ezra Stein
Enjoying the excitement of the world, newly hatched dinosaur Dinah stomps and chomps through the day before seeing a kiss, then resolving to kiss someone herself without whomping, chomping, or stomping them first.

The Super Hungry Dinosaur
by Martin Waddell
Hal and his little dog Billy calmly deal with a dinosaur's monstrous temper tantrum.

The Field Mouse and the Dinosaur Named Sue
by Jan Wahl
A field mouse follows a dinosaur bone to the Field Museum in Chicago, where the mouse watches the assembly of Sue, the most complete Tyrannosaurus rex fossil ever found. 

Don’t Forget Dexter!
by Lindsay Ward
When his best friend, Jack, leaves him behind at the doctor's office, Dexter T. Rexter panics. First, he tries to find Jack. Then he sings their special song. Then he sings their special song even louder. 

Edwina, the Dinosaur Who Didn’t Know She Was Extinct
by Mo Willems
Everyone in town loves Edwina, a fun-loving dinosaur who makes scrumptious chocolate cookies, helps old ladies, and plays with the children, with the exception of Reginald Von Hoobie-Doobie who is determined to prove that dinosaurs are extinct!  

Goldilocks and the Three Dinosaurs
by Mo Willems
When three hungry dinosaurs lay a trap hoping to catch something to eat, Goldilocks who never listens to warnings, walks into their house and springs the trap. 

How Do Dinosaurs Choose Their Pets?
by Jane Yolen
At first, the dinosaurs try to bring home all manner of wild beasts, but in the end, they learn to bring home an appropriate animal from a shelter or pet store and to love and care for it with attention.

How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food?
by Jane Yolen
How does a dinosaur eat all his food? Does he burp, does he belch, or make noises quite rude? Does he pick at his cereal, throw down his cup, hoping to make someone else pick it up?   

How Do Dinosaurs Get Well Soon?
by Jane Yolen
How does a dinosaur eat all his food? Does he burp, does he belch, or make noises quite rude? Does he pick at his cereal, throw down his cup, hoping to make someone else pick it up? Just like kids, dinosaurs have a difficult time learning to behave at the table.  

How Do Dinosaurs Go to School?
by Jane Yolen
Youngsters will delight in the hilarious antics of dinosaurs as they ride the bus to school, jump on top of their desks, read their favorite books, and have fun on the playground with all of their friends! 

How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight?
by Jane Yolen
Brimming with humor and familiar good-night antics, here is a playful peek into the homes of dinosaur children and their parents at bedtime. Perfect for sharing and reading aloud, this is one nighttime book your own little dinosaur will want to read again and again. 

How Do Dinosaurs Say Happy Chanukah?
by Jane Yolen
Illustrations and rhyming text present some of the different ways a well-behaved dinosaur can celebrate the eight days and nights of Chanukah.

How Do Dinosaurs Say I Love You?
by Jane Yolen
Illustrations and rhyming text present some of the different ways dinosaurs can express their love, from cleaning up after making a mess to smiling sweetly instead of roaring. 

How Do Dinosaurs Say I’m Mad?
by Jane Yolen
Illustrations and rhyming text explore some of the things that dinosaurs might do when they are angry--and how they should control their tempers.

How Do Dinosaurs Say Merry Christmas?
by Jane Yolen
Illustrations and rhyming text present some of the different ways a well-behaved dinosaur can celebrate Christmas.

How Do Dinosaurs Stay Friends?
by Jane Yolen
A young dinosaur shows how to stay friends even after having a terrible fight with his very best friend. 

How Do Dinosaurs Stay Safe?
by Jane Yolen
A young dinosaur takes precautions in order to stay safe throughout the day, both at home and at play.


Bones and the Dinosaur Mystery
by David Adler
Young Detective Jeffrey Bones investigates the disappearance of the plastic dinosaur his grandfather just bought for him in a museum gift shop.

Friends Stick Together
by Alexis Barad
Follows the adventures of Patchi and Juniper, who navigate the dangers of the dinosaur world while making their way to the Winter Ground. 

Rex and Lilly School Time
by Laurene Brown
Dinosaur siblings Rex and Lilly have a busy day in school trading lunches, reading, and taking part in Show and Tell.

Digger the Dinosaur
by Rebecca Dotlich
Unable to play baseball with his friends until his room is cleaned, Digger the dinosaur works at top speed but finds that the faster he moves with his big tail and feet, the messier his room becomes.

Digger the Dinosaur and the Cake Mistake
by Rebecca Dotlich
Today is the big dino party, and Digger and Dadasaur take a ride into town to get a cake, but before long, they end up getting lost.

Duck, Duck, Dinosaur
by K. George
It's bath time for two little ducklings and one big dinosaur! Spike loves soap, but Feather and Flap don't want to scrub. What will Spike do to make getting clean fun for everyone? 

Duck, Duck, Dinosaur: Perfect Pumpkin
by K. George
Duck-and-dino siblings Feather, Flap, and Spike visit the pumpkin patch together to find the perfect pumpkin to decorate for Halloween. 

Rappy Goes to Mars
by Dan Gutman
When he takes a ride in a U.F.O. to meet Janet, the head alien, Rappy must make a decision to live with her on Mars or return home. 

Rappy Goes to the Library
by Dan Gutman
When his class visits the library, Rappy uses his raps and rhymes to convince his bored classmates that the library is a fun place to be.

Rappy Goes to the Supermarket
by Dan Gutman
When his mother forgets her shopping list, Rappy uses his raps and rhymes to help her remember what she needs from the grocery store. 

Syd Hoff’s Danny and the Dinosaur and the Girl Next Door
by Bruce Hale
When Betty, a new neighbor, moves in next door, Danny wants her to meet the dinosaur he enjoys visiting at the museum.

Syd Hoff’s Danny and the Dinosaur and the New Puppy
by Bruce Hale
When Danny gets a new puppy, he reunites with longtime friend Dinosaur for a fun-filled day of playing fetch and rolling over, dinosaur-style.

The Winter Ground
by Cathy Hapka
Patchi and Juniper get separated from their herd during the great migration. Will they make it to the Winter Ground, where their families are waiting? 

Danny and the Dinosaur
by Syd Hoff
A little boy is surprised and pleased when one of the dinosaurs from the museum agrees to play with him.

Danny and the Dinosaur Go to Camp
by Syd Hoff
Danny and his friend the dinosaur go to summer camp together.  

The Danny and the Dinosaur Treasury
by Syd Hoff
Three stories in one book: In the first story, Danny is surprised and pleased when one of the dinosaurs from the museum agrees to play with him. In the second story, Danny and his friend the dinosaur go to summer camp together. And in the third story, six-year-old Danny invites his dinosaur friend to come to his birthday party. 

Happy Birthday, Danny and the Dinosaur
by Syd Hoff
Six-year-old Danny invites his dinosaur friend to come to his birthday party. 

Syd Hoff’s Danny and the Dinosaur – Too Tall
by Syd Hoff
When his dinosaur thinks he's too tall, Danny decides to cheer his friend up.

Dancing Dinos at the Beach
by Sally Lucas
The dancing dinosaurs come out of their book and have fun cavorting on the beach.

Zeg and the Egg
by Mary Tillworth
When Zeg and Blaze find a dinosaur egg, they brave an erupting volcano and the falling debris of a mountain to return it to its nest. 

Eloise and the Dinosaurs
by Lisa McClatchy
Philip and Nanny are taking Eloise to see the dinosaurs, but will she behave? 

Detective Dinosaur
by James Skofield
Detective Dinosaur and Officer Pterodactyl are challenged to solve three cases when a hat is missing, a shoe squeaks, and a loud clanging comes from a dark alley at night.

Detective Dinosaur Lost and Found
by James Skofield
After Detective Dinosaur and Officer Pterodactyl find a missing baby wearing pink diapers and a home for Cadet Kitty, they lose and rediscover each other. 

Detective Dinosaur Undercover
by James Skofield
In three brief mysteries, Detective Dinosaur learns about doing undercover work, gets chased by strange blobs, and finds rain on a sunny day.

Buddy and Pals
by Maggie Testa
A beginner leveled reader based on Jim Henson's Dinosaur Train complements an engaging story about Buddy the T. rex with sight words, rhyming words and skill-building repetition as well as two pages of dinosaur data that shares information about different species.

 Pete Can Fly
by Bonnie Williams
Teddy the T-Rex is jealous that his best friend Pete the Pterodactyl can fly. But when a friend Tina the Triceratops reminds Teddy of all the great things a T-Rex can do, Teddy ends up feeling much better about himself.


Boo’s Dinosaur
by Betsy Byars
When young Boo is followed home by a dinosaur that only she can see, it causes a bit of trouble for her older brother, Sammy.  

How to Hog-Tie a T-Rex
by Will Dare
Josh, Abi, and Sam are working the annual iguanodon drive when an avalanche traps them with their arch-nemesis, Amos, and the only way out is through the infamous Roaring Jaws Valley.

How to Rope a Gigantosaurus
by Will Dare
After a little brainstorming (and a lot of iguanodon ?herding) Josh knows what he has to do-bag himself a giganotosaurus, the biggest, baddest meat-eater in existence! Josh may have Charge and best friends Abi and Sam on his side, but this will be no easy feat. It's gonna take a whole lotta courage (and rope) to pull this one off...

How to Train a Triceratops
by Will Dare
With the help of his friends Sam and Abi and his trusty Dino Cowboy Diary, Josh dreams of roping a wild Triceratops and maybe becoming the next great Dino Rider.

Oona Finds an Egg
by Adele Griffin
Oona finds a giant egg and brings it back to West Wog to care for it, and see what hatches--but others in the cave want to claim her egg, particularly the nasty kid Bruce Brute, and when the baby stegosaurus hatches it will have to choose who it wants to live with.

Don’t Disturb the Dinosaurs
by Ada Hopper
Thanks to Dr. Bunsen's latest wacky invention, second-graders Gabriel, Laura, and Caesar, aka the DATA Set, are blasted back to the prehistoric era, where they quickly find themselves dashing from flying pterosaurs, stomping stegosaurus stampedes, and a sharp-toothed T-rex.

The Mysterious Egg
by Stacy McAnulty
When his grandmother won't let him participate in her paleontology dig because he has a sunburn, Frank and his cousin, Samantha, sneak an egg dinosaur fossil into the dino lab late at night and make an amazing discovery.  

Too Big to Hide
by Stacy McAnulty
Secretly caring for their baby dinosaur, brothers Frank and Sam are astonished when their grandmother discovers a gigantic fossil that suggests that their little charge is destined to grow very, very big, a situation that is complicated by the arrival of scientists who want to make a movie about the fossil.  

Dinosaurs Before Dark
by Mary Pope Osborne
Eight-year-old Jack and his younger sister Annie find a magic treehouse, which whisks them back to an ancient time zone where they see live dinosaurs. 

The Journey Through Time
by Geronimo Stilton
From the Jurassic period and the dinosaurs, to a medieval castle, Geronimo Stilton and a few members of his family embark on an adventure through time in Professor von Volt's new time machine, the Mouse Mover 3000. 

The Adventures of Jo Schmo: Dinos are Forever
by Greg Trine
With her uncle's cape, training from Grandpa Joe, a retired sheriff, and her drooling dog Raymond as her sidekick, fourth-grader Jo Schmo becomes a superhero, catching bank robbers and foiling Dr. Dastardly's plan to take over San Francisco using reanimated dinosaurs.  


In the Time of Dinosaurs
by Katherine Applegate
The young animorphs discover that they can transform themselves into any animal, even the extinct dinosaurs.

The Enormous Egg
by Oliver Butterworth
One morning Nate looked in the henhouse and saw the biggest egg he'd ever seen. Six weeks later, no one--not the townspeople, the scientific world, the senators from Washington-- was prepared for what hatched. Oliver Butterworth's funny story of a Triceratops in the twentieth century. 

The Extincts
by Veronica Cossanteli
In order to raise money for a new bicycle, George takes a job at Wormestall Farm, where he encounters creatures supposedly extinct or mythological, a new--female--friend, and a maniacal taxidermist who wants the animals for her own private collection.

Digging for Trouble
by Linda A. Fairstein
When Devlin and her best friend Katie go on a dinosaur dig in Montana and find old rocks instead of fossils, they suspect that a crime has been committed and begin an investigation that leads them to the Museum of Natural History in Manhattan.

Dinotopia: A Land Apart of Time
by James Gurney
In 1862, after being shipwrecked in uncharted seas, Professor Arthur Denison and his twelve-year-old son Will find themselves washed up on a strange island where people and dinosaurs live together peacefully. 

Dinotopia: The World Beneath
by James Gurney
Four years after being shipwrecked on the lost island of Dinotopia, sixteen-year-old Will Denison, now a fully trained Skybax Corps pilot, explores the skies over the island while his scientist father leads an expedition into the forgotten caverns of the legendary World Beneath.

Dinosaur Trouble
by Dick King-Smith
Young dinosaurs Nosy, a pterodactyl, and Banty, an apatosaurus, become friends, despite their parents' prejudices.

Lulu and the Brontosaurus
by Judith Viorst
Lulu's parents refuse to give in when she demands a brontosaurus for her birthday and so she sets out to find her own, but while the brontosaurus she finally meets approves of pets, he does not intend to be Lulu's.


Diario de a Bordo de un Cazador de Dinosaurios
by Nancy Guilbert
Este album infantil, estructurado como un autentico diario intimo, permite a los ninos seguir la elaboracion de las diferentes estratagemas que Arturo idea junto a Tom el astuto, su peluche. El autentico diario de a bordo de un cazador de dinosaurios para saber que hacer (y sobre todo que NO hacer) si uno llega a encontrarse en la misma situacion. 

Estegosaurio: el dinosaurio mas amistoso
by Anna Obiols
Un niño habla de uno de los cuatro dinosaurios y no será hasta el final del cuento que se descubrirá que el dinosaurio del cual habla es un muñeco de peluche que duerme con él cada noche.


Dinosaurios al atardecer
by Mary Pope Osborne
Eight-year-old Jack and his younger sister Annie find a magic treehouse, which whisks them back to an ancient time zone where they see live dinosaurs.

Alex quiere un dinosaurio
by Hiawyn Oram
Alex no quiere una mascota común y corriente. Alex quiere un dinosaurio.