Drumheller Dinosaur Dance

Drumheller Dinosaur Dance

Book - 2004
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By daylight, the Drumheller dinosaurs rest their ancient bones. But when the moon rises, so do these slumbering skeletons --- ready to tango, fandango, shimmy and shake! This exuberant read-aloud imagines what the dinosaur skeletons of world-famous Drumheller, Alberta, get up to when everyone's asleep. Kids will want to thumpity-thump along with these dynamic dinos as they dance across the dark, dusty Badlands.
Publisher: Toronto : Kids Can Press, c2004.
ISBN: 9781553379829
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,col. ill. ;,24 x 27 cm.
Additional Contributors: Melo, Esperanca
Slavin, Bill


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rolf1 Jul 13, 2015

This book is fun and full of rhyme and a beat! I love reading it to groups because it gives a chance to talk about the amazing amount of dinosaurs Alberta has!

Kids love to join in on the "boomity-boom, rattely-clack, thumpity-thump, whickety-whack" parts, I usually read the first word and have them all yell the second. It's a great group storytime read!

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