Dino Block Book for Toddlers

Oh, how I love a good book, especially a good book for Sweet E (or any toddler)!

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This one, Dina Block, has been Sweet E tested and approved! Dinosaurs…RAWR!

Dino Block Board Book for Toddlers

(source: Amazon)

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:

Following in the footsteps of the groundbreaking Alphablock and Countablock, Dinoblock features thick pages cut into the shapes of dinosaurs! Readers will be introduced to more than 20 different kinds of dinos via die-cuts of their unique silhouettes and the illuminating comparisons to familiar things from a young child’s world. I stretch high like the ladder on a fire truck. I am a Brachiosaurus. As children touch the pages, they have a chance to guess the dinosaur and appreciate the uniqueness of its silhouette. A final gatefold delivers a roundup of all the dinos included. This hands-on approach, delivered in colorful pages by hip British design team Peskimo, makes for an immersive, age-appropriate introduction to a favorite topic of childhood.

Age Range: 1 – 4 years

Grade Level: Preschool and up

This block-sized board-book is perfect for toddler hands and sensibilities. It’s sturdy and will hold up to years of reading. Each opened page describes the following page’s dinosaur and a pronunciation key! Thank goodness!

Dino Block Board Book for Toddlers

(source: Amazon)

 

Dino Block Board Book for Toddlers

(source: Amazon)

In the links below, I’m also including the author’s (Christopher Franceschelli) other two popular block books: Alphablock and Countablock.

Happy Making Toddlers Happy, Y’all!

 

 

 

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Comments

  1. My Grandson loves the Dino Block book! Even though it has hard pages like a toddler book, at 4 he still likes to look at the pictures and name the dinosaurs from memory. He’s learning to sound out words also, so it still challenges him. Nice colorful illustrations too!

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