12 Best Children Books About Dinosaurs Update 05/2022

Children Books About Dinosaurs

No, but I know a little person who is very into prehistoric things. Help them learn the difference between theropods and sauropods with a fun dinosaur fact book, or let them stomp along with their favorite dinosaur-loving characters.

Ten Minutes to Bed: Little Dinosaurby Rhiannon Fielding & Chris Chatterton(2020)

Ten Minutes to Bed Little Dinosaurby Rhiannon Fielding & Chris Chatterton(2020)

There’s a Rumble going on in this prehistoric jungle, and this time it’s a little dinosaur who can’t fall asleep at all. Rumble is not to blame. You can find volcanoes that are erupting, a wild jungle to be explored, and a lot of different kinds of animals and plants to see. If you keep going on adventures for a long time, though, it can get pretty tiring! To help little ones relax before going to bed, this story has been written in a soft voice.

A good age for reading is between 2 and 6.

Peppa Pig: George and the Dinosaur(2019)

It turns out that Peppa Pig’s younger brother, George, is crazy about dinosaurs. Richard Rabbit and Edmond Elephant are also in love with him, and so are their friends. A sandpit is not the best place to look for fossils and bones. But then George and his friends go on a fossil-hunting trip to the beach, and George finds a whole dinosaur!

A good age for reading is between 2 and 6.

The Dinos on the Busby Peter Millett & Tony Neal (2021)

This new version of “The Wheels on the Bus” will make everyone stomp, roar, and clap. In The Dinosaurs on the Bus, a group of young dinosaurs are going on a school trip. They go up and down, round and round, all over the land. Each page of Tony Neal’s illustrations has a fun thing for young readers to do and sing along with. This dinosaur-themed book is great for reading together.

A good age for reading is between 2 and 6.

The Ladybird Big Book of Dead Things by Ned Hartley & Binny Talib(2019)

This guide is great for kids who like to learn about things that have died. When you go to the Museum of Dead Things, Dr. Eddie Dawdle will be there to help you. They’ll go through the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods, where they’ll learn about a lot of different things. Did you know that a Velociraptor could run at about 40mph, or about 50 mph? As for the Mosasaurus, a huge, sea-dwelling lizard with two sets of teeth, it could hold on to its prey.

A good age to start reading is between 6 and 10.

Ladybird Audio Adventures: Dinosaur Times(2019)

Ladybird Audio Adventures Dinosaur Times(2019)

With this story from the Ladybird Audio Adventures series, you can take your little dinosaur fans back to prehistoric times. Otto and Missy (the smartest bird you’ll ever meet) are exploring the ancient world where the Diplodocus roamed the earth, Pterosaurs ruled the sky, and the T-Rex scared the living hell out of everyone. During long drives or at bedtime, this audiobook is great.

Children should be between the ages of 4 and 7.

Mad About Dinosaurs(2008)

Do you know a little boy who is in love with dinosaurs? There are a lot of interesting facts and important information in this book for kids who love dinosaurs. It includes everything from food and fossils to herds and horns. You can find the answers to all of your dinosaur-sized questions in this huge dinosaur book.

Children should be between the ages of 5 and 7.

An Adventurer’s Guide to Dinosaursby Isabel Thomas, Chris Packham & Yas Imamura (2021)

Fans of things from the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous eras will love this guide full of interesting facts about everything from those times. Mia is going back in time to find out what life was like in the prehistoric ages. With Mia, readers will meet a lot of dinosaurs that lived a long time ago. There were huge titanosaurs that were as big as blue whales, as well as winged dinosaurs that lived in the sky with birds. There are also a lot of fun, interactive games for future palaeontologists to play.

4 to 10 years old is a good age to start reading.

Peppa Pig: Dinosaurs! Sticker Book(2019)

George is a big fan of dinosaurs, so we already know that he does. They are going to the museum and the Dinosaur Park to see what dinosaurs used to look like. The stickers in this book have more than 250 different dinosaurs on them, so it’s a great way to keep little dinosaur fans busy on long trips or rainy days when they can’t find their own fossils.

Reading age: 3-6 years old.

Dinosaur Train: I Am a T. Rex(2012)

Dinosaur Train I Am a T. Rex(2012)

When Buddy learns that his new family isn’t like the rest of them, they all get on the dinosaur train to find out what kind of dinosaur he might be, like the show’s. This series is great for kids who love dinosaurs. It’s both educational and fun.

Reading age: 3-6 years old.

Is That You, Little Dino? by Rob Hodgson (2022)

Is That You, Little Dino? is a great book for very young people who already like prehistoric animals. Papa Dino wants to find Little Dino. To find her, little hands will have to pull and slide the flaps. Other animals are hidden behind the flaps in this book. Can your child figure out which one it is? Look for the little ladybug on each page, too. It’s on every one.

A good age for reading is between 0 and 2.

Dinosaurs on the Go series by Penny Dale (pre-K–1)

This series combines dinosaurs with other things that are interesting. Farm vehicles, space exploration, construction and more are all examples of things to think about. They are great for teaching us about print concepts and how to read and write. They’re also great for practicing making inferences based on pictures.

Dad and the Dinosaur by Gennifer Choldenko (pre-K-3)

There are many more things that Nicholas likes about his favorite dinosaur than just a toy. It helps him be brave and strong, just like he thinks real dinosaurs were. When it gets lost, his dad knows what to give him. I love this story because it shows how brave people are.

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