Dirty dinosaur never have a wash, but is happy every time. Dirty dinosaur sniff in the mud. Dirty Dinosaur has dirty feet, and splash in all the puddles. Eventually, a swamp affords the dino the perfect place for a wash.
If you happen to have a dinosaur, lying around your living room, and you don’t know what to do with it … why don’t you use it as a can opener?
Even though the school children think Gus the dinosaur bus is a great way to get to school, his size is causing some problems for the principle and the town. He causes traffic jams, gets tangled in telephone lines, knocks down traffic lights, and creates potholes with his big stomping feet. The principal fires Gus from school bus duty. However, Gus makes a swimming pool with his tears and finds a new life as the school’s playground, with a swing on his tail and his long neck serving as a slide.
Illustrations: watercolor, childlike pencil drawings
When the Tootings return to Zobrowski Terrace at the end of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Flies Again, they find that “home” is looking a lot like Jurassic Park. But this is no theme park — a very real and very hungry T. rex is charging them! Thanks to Dad’s inadvertent yanking of Chitty’s “Chronojuster” lever, the spirited car has ushered them back to prehistoric times, where the family (and especially Baby Harry) make a narrow escape. But Chitty has a mind of her own, and the Tootings will get an unexpected tour of exciting times and places from Prohibition-era New York (where Chitty wants to compete in the famous Prix d’Esmerelda’s Birthday Cake race) to the lost city of El Dorado and back again, with misadventures and surprise stowaways along the way. Get ready for a hilarious high-flying adventure, with celebrated author Frank Cottrell Boyce behind the wheel.
From a tango by a T. Rex to a line dance with Danny Ig, dinosaurs demonstrate their talents on Dancing with Dinosaurs, while the judges mysteriously disappear.
When a male goose longs for a chick of his own, he borrows an egg and ends up with a baby dinosaur.
Tom, a huge and adventurous dinosaur, makes an entertaining trip to New York City, where he makes an indelible impression on the Big Apple.
Readers search artwork for dinosaurs, complete a poster with dino-name stickers, solve puzzles, and more. On the island of Rosa Turoso, there are lions that speak, lizards that dance — and a girl named Abba who is crazy about dinosaurs. With her dinosaur poster, her dachshund, and her magical hat, Abba sets off on a journey, spotting dinosaurs all the way.
The vegetarian dinosaurs are enjoying their plant meals at the Dinosaur Cafe until ravenous Tyrannosaurus stomps in looking for meaty dinosaur stew.