Dino (Board Books)

Dino Cover Image
By Jaye Garnett, Richard Merritt (Illustrator), Cottage Door Press (Editor)
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Explore the fascinating prehistoric world of dinosaurs that roamed the Earth more than 65 million years ago in this interactive Peek-a-Flap Curious little readers will travel through multiple dino-themed scenes including museum exhibits, Jurassic period natural habitats, and active dinosaur dig sites. Learn all about the triceratops, stegosaurus, velociraptor, brachiosaurus, t.rex, and prehistoric marine reptiles that ruled the sea with fun surprises and facts that pop up under every sturdy lift-a-flap. This lively, educational dinosaur book is a must-have for little dino enthusiasts, whether girls or boys.

Collect the entire Peek-a-Flap series or add to your collection of dinosaur books with more from Cottage Door Press

  • 12 chunky board flaps with peek-through holes easy for baby and toddler to open and close
  • Peek and explore dinosaurs and prehistoric creatures found on land, in the air, and under the sea
  • Educational facts, peek-a-boo surprises, and illustrations with vibrant coloring on every page
  • Lifting flaps encourages the use of fine motor skills and content-rich text builds vocabulary
  • Includes dinosaur pronunciation back matter guide for your little boy or girl


Product Details
ISBN: 9781646380428
ISBN-10: 1646380428
Publisher: Cottage Door Press
Publication Date: September 1st, 2020
Pages: 12
Language: English

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