National Geographic Readers: Dinosaurs
  • National Geographic Readers: Dinosaurs
  • National Geographic Readers: Dinosaurs
  • National Geographic Readers: Dinosaurs
ISBN: 1426307756
EAN13: 9781426307751
Language: English
Release Date: Apr 12, 2011
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.1" H x 8.8" L x 5.8" W
Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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There's nothing more fascinating than dinosaurs. In this Level 1 reader, youngsters learn all about the terrifying giants that once roamed the Earth-maybe even as close as their own backyard They'll be wowed by new information and eye-popping illustrations from National Geographic, a trusted source of children's nonfiction content. National Geographic supports K-12 educators with ELA Common Core Resources. Visit www.natgeoed.org/commoncore for more information.

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5
   Great series, even for toddlers!
My 2 year old loves this series. The readers are called Geo Readers... I've purchased 25 different titles, pre-readers and Level 1 and 2 readers. She loves all of them and will ask for certain ones. The pre-readers level books are very easy to read and she can read them on her own. There is more information to talk about in the advanced ones. I have learned a lot of things myself. There was a great series. The price and pictures are good. She is really interested in nature, animals and science... I will keep buying them as they are released for our collection.
 
3
   It's just ok
I really want to like this book, but it doesn't have enough information about the planet, or it's poorly arranged and presented. I don't feel like it's great. We ordered the Planets book as well. I was looking for a book that wasn't toddler basic, but also not early-elementary sophisticated, for my 4 year-old. Stegosaurus and Triceratops are included in our tub o' dinosaurs. The one I read seemed great. It's not a good reference book.
 
1
   Tools don't work with this book!
The book is well written. When you click on a word, none of the reading tools are available, so they took pictures of the book and did not recreate the text. You can't click on a word to read the definition or create a note. I was hoping to start buying eBooks for my students. I don't know what format they will be in. They should tell you before you buy it.
 
5
   Great for children that love Dinosaurs
The pictures in this book are amazing for a 5 year old. When she opens the book to read, she catches a lot of attention because she is at the beach.
 
4
   Ok
I think you should use this book because the other books are not so good.
 
4
   I love National Geographic books for kids
National Geographic books are great for kids. My kids love learning about science and I love reading them.
 
5
   Grandson loved book
My middle Grandson likes to read but feels like he doesn't read as much as his older brother who is a bookworm. These books make him feel like he's reading well and he keeps asking me for more. As I continue to search for other topics he is interested in, it's positive for him and me.
 
5
   Excellent!
You have a winner when you find books that are interesting to a child, captivating for any age, and contain quality photos. Anything from National Geographic is always a winner.
 
5
   Dino loving daughter LOVES this
My child is 3 years old. She loves this book. She's read every page with me. She makes me read it in a row.
 
1
   Doesn’t measure up
This wasn't the book I was looking for for my 5 year old. The first couple pages of the book refer to dinosaurs as scary and define what a museum is, but the rest of the book is pretty boring and patronizing. This isn't one of the hundreds of well written books full of interesting facts for curious kids.
 
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