Dinosaur books for preschoolers are the perfect books to read with your toddlers who love dinosaurs. And who doesn’t love dinosaurs?
Dinosaurs have always captured the imagination of children, with their massive size, ferocious teeth and mysterious extinction.
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dinosaur books for preschoolers at your local library or purchase through the affiliate links provided for your convenience. Fun Dinosaur Facts for Kids
Dinosaurs capture our imaginations – thinking about a time when crazy huge beings roamed the earth!
Everything we know about dinosaurs is based on
fossils, which include bones, teeth, footprints, tracks, eggs and skin impressions. Dinosaurs
ruled the earth for more than 150 million years. Many adult dinosaurs were actually
covered in feathers.
This series has sold over 3 million books.
This big board book is ideal for babies and toddlers with stunning large format that brings images to life and helps build a child’s vocabulary.
This book is for kids 4- to 8-years-old who LOVE dinos!
The prehistoric world comes alive with dinosaurs small, big, giant, and gigantic, with stunning illustrations by Franco Tempesta—who illustrated
National Geographic Kids The Ultimate Dinopedia.
Bursting with fun facts and age appropriate information, each spread features a different dinosaur, along with simple text in big type that is perfect for little kids.
Young dino fans will love the interactivity included in every chapter, and parents will appreciate tips to help carry readers’ experience beyond the page.
What is a dinosaur? Did they feel scaly or smooth, feathery or rough? What did they eat? How big were they?
Young readers will learn all about these prehistoric creatures by touching the fun textures featured on every spread in this informative book.
With charming and colorful artwork by Ninie, this engaging Who’s Who of the dinosaur world is sure to be a big hit with dinosaur fans everywhere.
A young boy imagines what it was like long ago when dinosaurs lived in his own backyard.
The story combines the little boy’s charming imagination with early concepts of science and history to create a wonderful tale.
The Dinosaur Who Lived in My Backyard is a great pick for classroom story time.
Features 26 one-of-a-find dinosaur models from Allosaurus to Zephyrosaurus specially commissioned from experts in the field.
When Brother and Sister visit the Bearsonian Museum, they luck out. A real dinosaur dig is taking place!
What sort of fossils will they find? A Stegosaurus? A Spinosaurus?
The mighty Tyrannosaurus rex? Dig in with the Berenstain Bears and find out!
Sunbathing dinosaurs and artistic dinosaurs, dancing dinosaurs and volleyball-playing dinosaurs make learning opposites fun!
From Boynton on Board, the bestselling series of extra-big, extra-fat, extra-appealing board books,
Oh My Oh My Oh Dinosaurs! features the inimitable Sandra Boyntonís colorful, humorous drawings and lively text.
This fun-filled picture book has rhymes to read about our giant prehistoric friends and five big dinosaur pop-ups which jump out from the pages!
Touch, feel, and hear the dinosaurs on every page of this interactive, sturdy board book.
Each spread includes a touch and feel element accompanied by sound.
Fun facts, tactile textures, exciting dinosaur sounds, and colorful photo-realistic illustrations add to the educational experience.
A padded board book filled with awesome dinosaur facts! Buddy, Mr. Conductor, and the other
Dinosaur Train characters from the hit PBS KIDS animated series introduce dinosaurs from Apatosaurus to Zigongosaurus!
Young paleontologists-in-training (ages 3 – 6) will love learning cool facts about 26 amazing dinosaurs—one for each letter of the alphabet.
A long time ago there were dinosaurs. Big dinosaurs and small dinosaurs. Dinosaurs with horns on their heads or spikes down their backs.
Dinosaurs with long, long necks and long, long tails. Imaginatively and with a masterful use of color, shape and composition, Bryon Barton brings to life a unique and endearing vision of what the world may have looked like once upon a time.