Triceratops Stomp

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Triceratops Stomp

By
Illustrated by Karen Patkau
Picture Book Ages 2–5
ISBN: 978-1-77278-079-6
List Price: 19.95 CAD / 17.95 USD
Hardcover with dust jacket & reinforced trade binding
Trim Size: 10 x 9 inches / 25.4 x 22.86 cm
Pages: 32

Publication Date: July 17, 2019

Distributed in the U.S. by Ingram Publisher Services

A lushly illustrated book full of fun read-aloud sounds for the youngest dinosaur fans

Deep in the forest is a nest full of eggs. But what could be inside? With picks, pokes, pops, and wriggles a gaggle of baby dinosaurs hatch. They are quick to scamper and scramble about under mother Triceratops’ watchful eye, but could danger lurk in the forest for the little dinos? With mother’s fierce protection to keep them safe, the little dinosaurs can settle in for a well-needed nap.

Full of onomatopoeic text that will delight young listeners and readers alike, this fun and frolicsome story from lauded visual artist and author Karen Patkau abounds with glorious color.

Reviews:
“[D]ino fans will delight in this onomatopoeic romp…Fill your storytime with prehistoric sound.”—Kirkus Reviews

“Changes to the size of the font and capitalization encourage the reader to read aloud with enthusiastic vocal variation…Extra content includes a concluding “Can You FIND ME in the Story” page that invites readers to return to the book and locate the seven dinosaurs that appear somewhere in the book….Recommended.”—CM Magazine

“For children with an enduring love of all things dinosaur and of evocative text of sound and action, Triceratops Stomp will inspire countless readings with nonstop interaction….Whether you choose Triceratops Stomp as a science teaching tool, as a story to enhance language with its onomatopoeic foundation or as a fun read to share with young dinosaur fans, you can be sure to hear ‘Read. Read. Read. Again. Again.’”—CanLit for LittleCanadians

“[A] cute story and I like that the author illustrates other dinosaurs in the background on each page. The end of the book, children are asked to find the various dinosaurs throughout the book.”—Booktime