{Dinosaurs Listen and Learn: Carmen Crowe}

{Dinosaurs Listen and Learn: Carmen Crowe}

{Synopsis} – Roarrrrrrr!!!! Growl!!!!! Screech!!!! Travel back to a time when dinosaurs roamed the earth, and giant reptiles filled the seas and skies. Explore and learn about dinosaurs and their prehistoric home! Vibrant illustrations accompany dinosaur facts and sounds. Read the story and push the matching audio buttons to play sounds as you follow along. Learn about the Tyrannosaurus Rex, Parasaurolophus, Pteranodon, Elasmosaurus and Maiasaura! Pushing the buttons helps little ones develop fine motor skills, and the textured dinosaur “scales” around the buttons provides an interesting sensory experience for any little explorer.

Kiddos will love pressing the buttons to hear the sounds in this interactive book while they learn about these prehistoric creatures
Sturdy board pages for little exploring hands to read over and over again. Includes a handle to carry along at home or on the go. Little toddlers will love carrying this around all over the place! Use it in your playroom or take it with in the car or on a stroller ride
Several icons on each page correspond with the buttons, providing an opportunity to practice matching and fine motor skills
All of our Early Bird Song books are designed for curious little ones to explore alone or with their grown-up.

Makes a great gift for any occasion: birthdays, holidays, road trips and more
Part of the Early Bird Sound Book collection from Cottage Door Press. From songs to melodies to exciting sounds, explore all the interactive books for preschoolers and toddlers

{My thoughts} – This is a fun little book that gives you the opportunity to teach your child more about the Tyrannosaurus Rex, Parasaurolophus, Pteranodon, Elasmosaurus and Maiasaura. These are some interesting dinosaurs to learn about. The illustrations within the pages of the book are cartoon like, therefore it is eye catching and appealing to young readers. There is also a sound bar on the right side of the book with buttons for children to push as you are reading the book to them. My three year old really enjoyed pushing those buttons. So much so, that she’d had zero interest in listening to the book being read to her the first time around.

I look forward to sharing and reading more books from this series in the future with my daughters. My three year-old enjoyed this one quite a bit and wanted to keep reading through it after the initial read through so she could keep pushing the buttons that corresponded with each of the pages.

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.


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