Young dinosaur fans will love this fun and exciting dinosaur pop-up book! They’ll learn what these creatures looked like, how they lived, and how to pronounce their names.
This interactive dinosaur book is an incredible learning tool for children between the ages of 3 and 5. Filled with fun and activities for pre-readers to keep them engaged and develop their language and fine motor skills.
My Terrific Dinosaur Book has exciting pop-ups, surprise flaps, tabs to pull, and a revolving page. This books will bring dinosaurs to life for preschoolers and features:
– High-quality board book with a cool, shiny foil cover, tough card pages, rounded edges, sturdy flaps, and other novelties*
– Realistic pictures of 18 favourite dinosaurs, including T. rex, Triceratops, Stegosaurus, and Diplodocus, plus amazing Pterosaurs and prehistoric water creatures
– Helpful pronunciation guides enable young dinosaur lovers to say the names of their favourite dinosaurs correctly
This dinosaur activity book for preschoolers is the perfect tool for fun home learning while encouraging your child through the stages of early child development. Pre-readers will love looking through this visually engaging book to discover their favourite dinosaurs! They’ll learn about the fascinating prehistoric world while developing their reading skills.
Delight young children with this interactive book. Lift the flaps and find out about the huge, plodding veggiesaurus or pull the tabs to see Triceratops open its mouth and flick its tail. Little readers can also play lift-the-flap spot the dino, turn a disc to see an awesome pterosaur dive through the air, and watch out for T. rex’s huge, pop-up jaws!
Complete the Series
DK’s My Terrific series is aimed at toddlers just discovering the magic of books, reading, and learning. These books are interactive and allow children to participate in the story. Other books in this series include My Terrific Tractor Book and My Terrific Spaceship Book.
*An updated edition of the original My Terrific Dinosaur Book (published in 2008) – note that this new edition (published in 2021) does not include a sound button.