Tuesday, March 3, 2020
Review: The Dinosaur In The Elevator Book by Howard Eisenberg #dinosaurs #writeownending #howardeisenberg
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The Dinosaur In The Elevator by Howard Eisenberg
US $14.95/CAN $18.95
What a great book for kids I have here. This will be perfect for the Easter basket. It is a book about twins Robbie and Abby who get more than they bargained for when they imagine a Tyrannosaurus Rex comes to life and they go on an important adventure through the Cretaceous Era with dinosaurs of every shape, size and kind. Not all of them friendly. But they are surprisingly helpful to the twins. Can you guess their names from the clue filled poems they sing?
This book is a WRITE YOUR OWN ENDING BOOK, which allows for the child's creativity and imagination to come forth and picture an ending that the child wants to have for the young adventurers, twins Robbie and Abby. You get to be your own author for a change. Each book contains blank pages at the end of the book, perfect for your child to figure out an ending for the main characters of the book. Or enjoy the ending provided.
This book is for around 6-7 years old and is a great way to bring out your child's creativity. They love being able to write their own version of an ending or just trying it out. Either way, kids love this kind of book for themselves. It will make a great Easter basket treat.
The Dinosaur In My Elevator comes out on April 7, 2020. It is available from Mascot Books. @MascotBooks on Twitter is where they can be reached. It can be purchased from www.amazon.com and www.barnesandnoble.com.
Until Next Time~
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