Dinosaurs Love Underpants by Claire Freedman and Ben Cort
Fiction (Children's); 32 pgs
If you have ever wondered why dinosaurs disappeared, here's the book for you. It offers one version of their demise, anyway. Dinosaurs Love Underpants is my daughter's new favorite book. She has the most fun picking out which underwear should go to mommy and daddy and grandma (saving all the pink ones for herself) at the end of the book.
The illustrations are colorful and fun. I love the details in each drawing. The writing is creative and lyrical, rhyming and flowing. It's a cute story, even if a little sad (only to me, I'm sure, who thinks the end of the dinosaurs isn't really a happy occasion). I like that each page has much in the way to see--Mouse can count the cavemen or dinosaurs on a page or can show me which children are sad and which are happy. Plus, all the colorful underpants are cool.
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