Book List#CybilsAwards Book Lists: Dinosaurs and Dragons!

#CybilsAwards Book Lists: Dinosaurs and Dragons!

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Oh, two eternal animals, one real, but of mythical status; The other is mythological, but I wish it was real.

Dragons: The Beasts of Mythology, big monsters, fire-breathing, flying that we like to imagine as scary and good alike, and appeal to all children, no matter age, size or gender. And dinosaurs: the animals beyond the earth, large, fire-breathing, flying monsters that we like to imagine both scary and benevolent and appeal to all children regardless of age, size or gender.

So many similarities. Why not put their books on the list?

Zoom: Dinosaur Adventures
By Susan Hayes, illustrated by Sam Renox
What the hell

Dinosaur Adventures follows two adventurers as they travel back in time, and I love that their time machine shows the Cretaceous, Jurassic and Triassic periods!
Sam Richardson b A little skill

Kitty and Dragon
By Meika Hashimoto, illustrated by Gillian Reed
Published by Andrew McMill

Beginner readers will love these sweet stories and these whimsical illustrations, Gillian Reed, capture the personality and humor of Kitty and Dragon. Kitty and Dragon has the nostalgic look of older picture books and whims that will captivate young readers. Thompson Cloud b Young books (also MG, Adult and PB!) – what we read now

A little dinosaur
By Aline Hutchson and Darcy Pattison, illustrated by John Joben
Mimes House

Beginner readers will love these sweet stories and these whimsical illustrations, Gillian Reed, capture the personality and humor of Kitty and Dragon. Kitty and Dragon has the nostalgic look of older picture books and whims that will captivate young readers. Thompson Cloud b Young books (also MG, Adult and PB!) – what we read now

Attack of the Killer Commodus
By Summer Rachel Short
Simon and Schuster books for young readers

Readers who love fast-paced action will love it just for that; Readers who love fantastic creatures will love it because of the carpentry shown here (especially Ezra’s snake friend), and children with scientific opinions will appreciate how much it is actually based on true science (as explained in the concluding remarks). Charlotte at Charlotte’s Library

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