At the Museum of Natural History. The dinosaurs smelled super fragrant and were very, very big!
So that started me thinking, what do dinosaurs do for the holidays? You, of course, know where to look for the answer to that question–picture books!
Here are some suggested titles to help discover all the dinos’ holiday happenings:
DINOSAUR ON HANUKKAH by Diane Levin Rauchwerger
THE DINOSAURS NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS by Anne Muecke
HAPPY HOLIDAYSAURUS by Bernard Most
If you wrote a story about dinosaur happenings over the holidays, how would your holidaysaurus be celebrating?
HAMSTER HOLIDAYS: Noun and Adjective Adventures–the next book in my Pet Grammar Parade Series is nearly here.
As you can see from the cover, illustrator Kit Grady has brought to life these adorable and entertaining hamster characters in her own wonderful, colorful style.
You’ll meet Grandpa and Babe, Carlos and Jenni, Billy–who’s rather silly, and Lotty–who is decidedly spotty.
You can join them through a year of hare-brained holidays–sure to make you giggle. Nouns and adjectives are highlighted throughout the book. A study guide, activity sheet, and multiple puzzles are included.
HAMSTER HOLIDAYS is coming very soon in both eBook and print formats from Guardian Angel Publishing.
In Christine Webster’s book, HOW TO DRAW THANKSGIVING SYMBOLS, she provides facts and step-by-step drawing instructions for turkeys and all the favorite Thanksgiving characters.
For a fun read this Thanksgiving, go to your library and check out Dav Pilkey’s TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE THANKSGIVING. And save some time to explore Dav Pilkey’s website and his Groovy Games.
I hope you can find some time this week to make your own special turkey crafts and enjoy Thanksgiving reading fun.