Here Comes T. Rex Cottontail Paperback – January 26, 2010
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“The wacky cartoon illustrations pair perfectly with this silly text, and youngsters will enjoy both.” (School Library Journal)
About the Author
Lois G. Grambling has written numerous award-winning picture books, including Can I Have a Stegosaurus, Mom? Can I? Please!?, illustrated by H. B. Lewis; The Witch Who Wanted to be a Princess, illustrated by Judy Love; and Daddy Will be There, illustrated by Walter G. Kessel. She lives in upstate New York with her husband, Arthur.
Jack E. Davis has illustrated two picture books by Daniel Pinkwater: The Picture of Morty and Ray and Yo-yo Man. Other books he has illustrated include the New York Times bestseller Marsupial Sue by John Lithgow. He is a recipient of the New York Society of Illustrators Gold Medal Award for Humor. He lives and paints goofy pictures in Port Townsend, Washington.
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If you're looking for a religious Easter book, this is not at all what you're after. I was looking for one that was specifically not religious, so it was perfect. It's great for kids who love dinosaurs, If you're a vegan/vegetarian family, you might like that it highlights baby birds coming from eggs, but you'd probably not be crazy about the fact that the eggs clearly aren't with their parents. It's definitely not a book with any kind of animal agenda, but it might put your kid off eggs if they are easily worried.
In general, it's a fun, light story. We see a team of dinos preparing for Easter (the bunny is unable to do it), along with all the funny kinds of things you'd expect to happen if giant, awkward dinosaurs took the job from a tiny, agile bunny. It was a big hit, and I'd highly recommend it.
He observes every detail in the illustrations, they show broken raw eggs. At the end the donated eggs hatched live birds. When we were dying Easter eggs later he kept asking me when they would hatch and what kind of birds they would be. You can imagine how he reacted later when his mommy used them for egg salad! He thought she killed the little birds! Cute story but a little confusing for a little kid who truly believes. I explained away his concerns but he STILL wouldn't eat the egg salad! :)
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hold's his attention long enough.