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Family Storytime @ TC May 4, 2013 - Bears & Dinosaurs

There are all kinds of bears and dinosaurs in this world. Bears like teddy bears, grizzly bears, polar bears, and panda bears are very common. Dinosaurs like tyrannosaurus, t-Rex, triceratops, and brontosaurus are some of the cool ones. It is interesting to know that most female children from this storytime session were interested in both topics and the male children were interested in mostly the dinosaur books. By asking questions, practicing pronunciations and spelling of vocabulary words, and also reviewing what happened in storybooks, can greatly help your children to improve on their reading comprehension and literacy skills.

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How do dinosaurs say I love you

Jane Yolen ; illustrated by Mark Teague. -- |

Red Ted and the lost things

Michael Rosen ; illustrated by Joel Stewart. -- |

Where are you, Bear

written by Frieda Wishinsky ; illustrated by Sean L. Moore. -- |

Everybody has a teddy bear

Virginia Kroll ; illustrated by Sophie Allsopp. |

Tyrannosaurus Drip

Julia Donaldson ; [illustrated by] David Roberts. -- |


Lisa Wheeler ; illustrations by Barry Gott. -- |

Dino pets go to school

Lynn Plourde ; illustrated by Gideon Kendall. -- |

The somethingosaur

Tony Mitton ; illustrated by Russell Ayto. -- |

I'm sure I saw a dinosaur

Jeanne Willis ; [illustrated by] Adrian Reynolds. -- |

The creepy-crawly count

Prue Theobalds. |

Sody salleratus

retold by Aubrey Davis ; illustrated by Alan and Lea Daniel. |

Home before dark

Ian Beck. |

How do dinosaurs get well soon

Jane Yolen ; illustrated by Mark Teague. -- |

You're all my favorites

Sam McBratney ; illustrated by Anita Jeram. -- |

Bear's new friend

Karma Wilson ; illustrations by Jane Chapman. -- |