It's a hip-hopping, foot-stomping, hand-clapping, finger-snapping good time when the dinosaurs go out on the dance floor! One by one (and all the way up to ten), the dinosaurs get their groove on in this delightful counting book! With bright and colorful illustrations and fun, rhythmic text, young readers will be tapping their feet to the Jurassic beat!
|Publisher:||Weigl Publishers Inc.|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||22 MB|
|Note:||This product may take a few minutes to download.|
|Age Range:||3 - 5 Years|
About the Author
Kelly Starling Lyons grew up in Pittsburgh. She is the award-winning author of several books for children including Ellen's Broom, a Coretta Scott King illustrator award book, and Hope's Gift.
Luke Flowers graduated from Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design with a BFA in Illustration. He was the lead creative for Young Life Creative Services before starting his own studio, Luke Flowers Creative, where he illustrates and writes for children's books and magazines. He lives in Colorado with his wife and children.
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One More Dino on the Floor
By Kelly Starling Lyons, Luke Flowers
ALBERT WHITMAN & CompanyCopyright © 2016 Kelly Starling Lyons
All rights reserved.
One dino stands upon the sand. She hums and drums, a one-girl band. She starts to wiggle head to feet. Then bops and boogies to the beat.
Two dinos grace the place with flair. They waltz in time, a classy pair. They float and twirl with poise and charm. And sway together arm in arm.
Three dinos showing off their style from side to side, they rock and smile. They slick their spikes and dip a knee. Their Dougie is the one to see.
Four dinos frolic face-to-face, with country sass and steady pace. They swing their partner round and round, then hook the next — one lost, one found.
Five dinos dare to limbo dance. Two grab a branch and take a stance. Three curve and bend and step with soul. Dipping low to clear the pole.
Six dinos in a breaking groove With hip-hop cool, they rock and move. They drop and swipe, windmill and freeze. B-boying on the ground with ease
Seven dinos prancing right, they bop to the left and keep it tight. Then bounce and kick and walk it out. They Cupid Shuffle all about.
Eight dinos jump and jitterbug. They flip and whirl and cut a rug. They slide and split with zest and zing. They flap their tails. They fly. They fling.
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