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How Do Dinosaurs Say I'm Mad? Mass Market Paperback – January 1, 2003
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By Jl San on December 20, 2020
This book is so sweet and always brings a smile to my face. My son, who doesn't quite get the symbolism, loves the dinosaurs and that each picture tells you what type of dinosaur it is. I guess there is something in it for both of us!
How Do Dinosaurs Say I Love You? explains to children that their parents love them all the time, even when they are naughty or moody. Usually the books in this series contrast bad behavior with good behavior, and end on a postive note. Not only are they entertaining, but if you look closely at the illustrations, the names of the dinosaurs are included on each page, adding to the educational value of each book.
I added this one to my son's collection because I wanted him to realize that a good parent loves their child unconditionally, no one is perfect, and everyone has had a bad day. He also has a huge interest in anything to do with dinosaurs.
If your child loves these books, and would like something a little more serious, check out DK First Dinosaur Encyclopedia .
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The illustrations in this series feature a variety of families in typical situations, only instead of a child pictured in the family, it's a dinosaur. I love how there are different species of dinosaurs woven in, too.
This book is my very favourite and speaks to how families always loves their "little dinosaurs" (i.e. children) even when they do wrong, without advocating or encouraging bad behaviour in kids.
Five stars for this book and the rest of the series!