It’s epic—the irresistibly chunky, die-cut Mini House format meets the obsession of dinosaurs. The Land of Dinosaurs expands the bestselling series by breaking the conceit—its first flap isn’t a door to a house or vehicle, but a portal back in time to an exotic land.
A tactile treat, so pleasing to hold and flip through, to peer into the die-cut cave and rub fingers along the shape of the dinosaurs, The Land of Dinosaurs is populated with roaring, fighting, swimming, swooping, herding, running dinosaurs, all against a colorful backdrop of jungles, volcanoes, prehistoric seas, and oozing swamps. At the center, a just-hatched baby dinosaur. But what kind? A fierce Tyrannosaurus Rex? The armor-plated Gastonia, or Ankylosaurus, wielding its clublike tail? The peaceful tree-munching giant Brachiosaurus, or the funny-looking Parasaurolophus, with the ducklike beak and operatic voice?
The book is a quest, as the reader follows the baby dinosaur on its journey of self discovery. Great fun, an education, a first primer in dinosauriana—it’s a book, it’s a toy, it’s a new land to visit again and again.
Colorful, chunky, irresistible. Peter Lippman's bestselling Mini-House series is a hit with kids and adults alike.
You pick one up. You hold it. You turn it around. You peer inside the windows, and then you pop the latch, opening the door to the story-and to a child's imagination.
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July 03, 2012