Author: Sandra Boynton
Publisher: Little Simon
A brand-new board book about dancing dinosaurs from the beloved and bestselling Sandra Boynton! ZANG! BOP! KIDDLY POW! The DINOSAUR DANCE is starting NOW! Join Boynton’s lively prehistoric bunch as they get everyone’s tails shaking for a feet-stomping good time. Whether they dance the Shimmy Shimmy Shake, the Quivery Quake, or just decide to Cha-Cha-Cha, young readers are sure to giggle along with these adorable creatures that are ready for a ROARING good time!
The slumbering Drumheller dinosaur skeletons feel the call of the rising moon and get ready to shake, rattle, and roll their bones! By the author of I Wished for a Unicorn. Reprint.
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.
Author: Larry Dane Brimner
Publisher: Paw Prints
Though other animals may twirl and prance, there is nothing like a dinosaur dance
Author: David Ezra Stein
Publisher: Candlewick Press
"Kids will plunge into the whomping and chomping with glee." - Publishers Weekly (starred review) For newly hatched dinosaur Dinah, the world is an exciting place. There is so much to see and do. She tries this - STOMP! And she tries that - CHOMP! Then she sees a kiss and knows just what she wants to try next. Can she figure out how to give someone a kiss without whomping, chomping, or stomping them first? Young children will chuckle and cheer when Dinah finds just the right creature for her dinosaur kisses in this funny new book from David Ezra Stein, creator of the Caldecott Honor-winning Interrupting Chicken.
Author: Lisa Wheeler
"Dinosaurs compete in genres of dance from hip-hop to ballet to swing dancing and more at the Dino-Dancing Finale"--
Author: Jane Yolen
Publisher: StarWalk Kids Media
Jane Yolen's poems and Bruce Degen's humorous illustrations have dinosaurs dancing through time as these funny poems move from Triassic to Cretacious to Jurassic time periods.
When Dinosaurs go Dancing has everything to delight three to eight year old palaeontologists-from fossils to foxtrot. Where else can you tango with triceratops, minuet with pachycephalosaurus, and then bow to apatosaurus before tap dancing across tectonic plates? Here's the place to dance with dinosaurs while learning how to pronounce their names! You'll dig up new facts, then pirouette to the next page to learn about exciting fossil finds throughout history. Art and Science elegantly dance together in this fanciful picture book which is sure to inspire many a classroom discussion or bedtime conversation- AND...if you like to sing while you practice your dino dance moves you can download the song at www.skytap.ca....
Dinosaurs engage in such activities as sunbathing and creating art. On board pages with a die-cut cover.
Even though Rosie has only nine fingers, she’s always managed well. Until now. For some reason, she can’t master the piano solo she’s been rehearsing for the annual recital. It’s called “The Dance of the Dinosaurs,” and it’s hard! As the recital draws near, Rosie is desperate. Why does everything seem so much more difficult now? Is it because she misses her father? Since he moved to Milwaukee to take a new job, Rosie’s been miserable, and her mother has been acting kind of strange. Or is Rosie having trouble because she’s worried about the burglar who’s been secretly visiting her house? Then, too, there’s Mary Jean, the new girl in town. Not only is she rich and pretty, but she plays the piano beautifully. In the weeks before the recital, Rosie fights some hard battles. To her surprise, she discovers that having nine fingers isn’t such a bad thing after all.
Author: Joe Noonan
Publisher: Newbridge Educational Publishing
A fanciful look at dinosaur dancing styles.
The Dinosaur Dance
Author: Deborah Eaton
Publisher: William H Sadlier
The Dance of the Dinosaurs
Author: Colin Hawkins, Jacqui Hawkins
Publisher: HarperCollins Children's Books
An energetic bedtime romp in the land of dinosaurs. It's a dark, thundery night and two children lie in bed, afraid and unable to sleep. Then their cat says he wants to show them where all the noise outside is really coming from. And so begins a magical journey as the cat leads the children back through millions of years to a jungle of long, long ago. There, a group of dinosaurs are dancing the night away. The children romp and stomp, whoop and swoop with a tyrannosaurus rex, a brontosaurus, and a stegosaurus. And, when they become sleepy and can dance no more, there is only one place they want to be—back home, safe in bed.