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New Arrivals - Kids - Dinosaurs

"Teddy the T-Rex is jealous that his best friend Pete the Pterodactyl can fly. But when a friend Tina the Tricertaops reminds Teddy of all the great things a T-Rex can do, Teddy ends up feeling much better about himself"-- Provided by publisher.

"A missing dinosaur tooth makes for a massive investigation in this Hardy Brothers Secret Files Mystery. Frank and Joe are excited for their field trip to the Bayport Museum of Natural History with their science club. Not only will they get to see some awesome dinosaur skeletons on display, but they also get to go on their very own fossil dig on the museum grounds. At the dig, fellow classmate Tico uncovers an old dinosaur tooth--even though Tico's biggest competition in the club, Aisha, claims she found it first. And when Tico realizes his tooth is missing--a tooth that turns out to be immensely valuable--all signs point to Aisha. But is she really the culprit? It's up to Frank and Joe to dig deep for the answers in a case that is bigger than they ever imagined!" -- from publisher's web site.

Rampaging happily through the jungle, Little Dinosaur has a wonderful time stomping, thumping, and whumping through his day until someone much bigger puts her foot down.

This humorous survey of the practical things dinosaurs can do explains how otherwise unused dinosaurs can offer a perfect excuse for forgetting homework while also making good nutcrackers, kites, and burglar alarms.

Explores the world of dinosaurs, examining fossil remains and explaining how scientists use them to determine what dinosaurs ate, how they raised their young, and how they may have become extinct.

Paleontologist Indino Jones goes up against the mighty Albertosaurus.

When Donny feeds his stuffed dinosaur, Bronty, a salami sandwich, Bronty comes down with a case of bad breath, and Doc McStuffins must teach Bronty the proper way to take care of his teeth.

Our heroine can't think of anything better than bringing home a baby raptor -all teensy and tiny, fluffy and funny. It would cuddle and play, stalk birds and dust bunnies, and curl up on laps. In short, it would be the perfect pet! Readers may notice striking similarities between the raptor's behavior and that of a more common house pet. But whether their first love is dinosaurs or kittens, little people with big imaginations will definitely warm to this perfect picture book.

Fearless Dinosaur takes on new challenges as he starts preschool, from meeting new friends to pasting glitter and googly eyes, but one task requires assistance from everyone.