“Children will enjoy the lively verse and exuberant artwork.” — School Library Journal
Have you ever wondered what the dinosaurs did for fun? What really happened when the Jurassic gang wanted to let off some steam? They danced, of course! They rocked and rolled, they twirled and tromped! They had themselves a Dinosaur Stomp! With illustrations by Scott Nash that leap off the page like a raptor doing the fandango, Carol Diggory Shields tells dinosaur devotees all about reptilian revelry in verses with a foot-tapping, tail-whacking beat.
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Children will enjoy the lively verse and exuberant artwork. —School Library Journal
Dinosaurs get down and boogie at a Saturday all-night bash: Shields’s rhymes and Nash’s drawings create an extravaganza of prehistoric fun…Witty and imaginative, the poem has a rhythm that makes cumbersome multi-syllable dinosaur names roll off the tongue—good read-aloud material. —Kirkus Reviews