Jura-SICK Titles for a Dino-mite Storytime

Even with their million year long extinction date, dinosaurs have proven to be a long beloved animal for children and adults alike.

With their larger than life skeleton fossils and exciting movies featuring them, it is hard to not find something to love about these mammoth reptiles that have long passed. Kids that love science, STEM, reptiles, and silly stories will be delighted with these titles from our collection that feature dinosaurs and paleo-history.

Dinosaurs Love Underpants Dinosaurs Love Underpants by Claire Freedman & Ben Cort

Did you ever wonder the real reason why dinosaurs went extinct? This book explores their love of silly underpants and how that led to their demise.

Papasaurus Papasaurus by Stephan Lomp

Babysaurus and Papasaurus love to play hide and seek until one day Papasaurus hides so well that babysaurus must round up his dinosaur friends to help. Will he ever find his Papasaurus?

Tyrannosaurus Rex vs. Edna, The Very First Chicken Tyrannosaurus Rex vs. Edna, The Very First Chicken by Douglas Rees

Tyrannosaurus Rex is the biggest, baddest dinosaur on the block until Edna, the very first chicken stands up to him and his bullying.

T-Veg: the Story of a Carrot-Crunching Dinosaur T-Veg: the Story of a Carrot-Crunching Dinosaur by Smriti Prasadam-Halls

Reginald is a roaring, stomping T. Rex who prefers to eat leafy greens unlike his fellow carnivores. When he tries to befriend other veg-loving dinosaurs, they are too scared of him to befriend. Reginald proves to himself and the others than he can both strong and vegetarian too.

Bigger Than YouBigger That You by Hyewon Kyung

On this prehistoric playground, gradually increasing dinosaurs play together on simple machines while trying to find out who is the biggest.

If you like dinosaurs as much as we do, join us at Newberry Branch on Thursday, Sep. 13, during our Dinosaurs at the Library program, where we will excavate a dig and create our own fossils. 

Posted by AshleyA on August 22, 2018