Item description for How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night? by Mark Teague & Jane Yolen...
Overview Mother and child ponder the different ways a dinosaur can say goodnight, from slamming his tail and pouting to giving a big hug and kiss.
What if a dinosaur catches the flu? Does he whimper and whine between each "At-choo"? Does he drop dirty tissues all over the floor? Does he fling his medicine out of the door? Just like kids, little dinosaurs hate being sick. And going to the doctor can be pretty scary. How DO dinosaurs get well soon? They drink lots of juice, and they get lots of rest; they're good at the doctor's, 'cause doctors know best. As in their first dinosaur book, Yolen and Teague capture children's fears about being sick and put them to rest with playful read-aloud verse and hilarious pictures.
Awards and Recognitions How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night? by Mark Teague & Jane Yolen has received the following awards and recognitions -
Texas 2x2 Reading List - 2001 Recommended - Children's category
Nevada Young Readers' Award - 2003 Nominee - Picture Book category
Massachusetts Book Award (MassBook) - 2001 Honor Book - Children's Picture category
Buckaroo Book Award - 2001-2002 Nominee - Children's category
Book Sense Book of the Year Award - 2001 Nominee - Child. Illus. category
Christopher Awards - 2001 Winner - Ages 6 & Up category
Bookseller's Choice - 2001 Winner - Babies and Toddlers category
Florida Children's Book Award - 2002 Winner - Pre K - 2nd Grade category
Citations And Professional Reviews How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night? by Mark Teague & Jane Yolen has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Wilson Children's Catalog - 01/01/2010 page 1606
Kirkus Review - Children - 04/01/2000 page 486
Publishers Weekly - 04/24/2000 page 89
Booklist - 04/01/2000 page 1456
New York Times - 05/14/2000 page 18
School Library Journal - 06/01/2000 page 128
Time - 11/20/2000 page 153
Hornbook Guide to Children - 01/01/2000 page 259
Booklist Ed Choice Adu Bk YA's - 01/01/2001 page 864
ALA Notable Childrens Books - 01/01/2001 page 1378
Wilson Children's Catalog - 01/01/2001 page 728
Hornbook Guide to Children - 07/01/2000 page 259
Wilson Children's Catalog - 01/01/2006 page 1052
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Studio: Blue Sky Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 12.31" Width: 9.25" Height: 0.36" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2000
Publisher Blue Sky Press
ISBN 0590316818 ISBN13 9780590316811
Availability 59 units. Availability accurate as of Mar 27, 2017 04:23.
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More About Mark Teague & Jane Yolen
Jane Yolen is the beloved author of more than three hundred books for children and adults, including award-winning picture books, fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. Her How Do Dinosaurs... books have sold millions of copies and are international bestsellers. She regularly travels the globe speaking and teaching. Jane lives in Western Massachusetts and St. Andrews, Scotland. You can visit her at janeyolen.com. Mark Teague is the award-winning children's book author and illustrator of his own bestselling Dear Mrs. LaRue series, as well as The Sky Is Falling, The Three Little Pigs and the Somewhat Bad Wolf, The Tree House That Jack Built by Bonnie Verburg, and many other humorous picture books. In addition to his prized art for the How Do Dinosaurs... series, his illustrated novel, The Doom Machine, received excellent reviews. Mark lives in the Hudson River Valley with his wife and their two daughters.
Mark Teague currently resides in Coxsackie, in the state of New York.
Mark Teague has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight??
Look closely, most of the dinosaurs have pets! May 15, 2008
This is my toddler's favorite of the series. It is the usual whimsical style with beautifully detailed illustrations. We just discovered after many readings that there is a pet on most pages. My toddler loves to look for the dinosaurs' pets as we turn the pages. A refreshing bedtime story.
Wish all the books were big! Apr 12, 2008
We absolutely love Yolen and Teague's 'Dinosaur' books. The text is fun and rhythmic and the pictures are just incredible. My son is eight years old and loves these books, just now when he came in as I was on the computer he pointed to the books and said "thanks!!!". We have only one comment. Please, please, please, make all of them available in large book editions. The board books are simply too small to appreciate the amazing detail in the illustrations.
A book for any little dinosaur fan Jan 17, 2008
My three year old has been into dinosaurs for a year and is still going strong. He received this for his third birthday and it quickly became his favorite bedtime story. We always end with a kiss and he roars a goodnight. Lol.
I like how the dinosaurs are named in the pictures because it not only teaches bedtime manners, but also dinosaur identification. Believe it or not, the boy can name dinosaurs better than he knows the alphabet.
If your little one is into dinosaurs, this is highly recommended for the collection.
DINO MITE!!! Dec 1, 2007
WE REALLY LOVE THESE BOOKS WITH THE HUGE PICTURES OF REALLY REAL LOOKING PICTURES OF THE DINOS & WHAT IT MIGHT BE LIKE IF ONE WERE REALLY LIVING AS A HUMAN CHILD INSIDE A HUMAN'S HOUSE! FAST TO READ & GREAT EYE CANDY. THIS SERIES OF DINO BOOKS LEAVE U WANTING MORE! THERE ISN'T 1 AT ALL DISSAPPOINTING! WE HIDE THESE FROM GRANDMA SO THEY R ONLY TO BE READ BY ME & THE KIDS! THEY R OUR SECRET TREASURES WE ENJOY! GRANDMA NEEDED TO FIND HER OWN TREASURES TO SHARE WITH THE KIDS...
Inflicts guilt and manipulation Nov 17, 2007
My son was given this book as a gift. I was disturbed by the text. It makes children feel that they should just do what they are told like "good" little children. Children should be allowed to express their anxiety about bedtime, not just shut up and go right to sleep because their parents said so. Children ask for that one last drink, that one last story, etc, because they want to make sure their parents are there for them. They want to feel secure. Some children have a hard time transitioning at the end of the day and need those reassurances. That is why this book bothered me. I do think the illustrations are great, which is why I gave it 2 stars instead of one.