Read Dogosaurus Rex Online Free - Ben can't wait to adopt the best dog in the world. On a trip to the shelter, he sees dogs of all kinds, but none of them are quite right.
Then he finds Sadie. Sadie is big--really big. She says "roar" instead of "woof" and she doesn't fit inside the house, but Ben knows she's the best dog in the world. Now if only she could stop causing so much trouble!
This hilarious tale of a very special dog (with a prehistoric twist) will have you roaring--just like Sadie.
|Number of Pages||:||40 pages|
November 11, 2017
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Hello, friends! Today’s review is Dogosaurus Rex, written by Anna Staniszewski and illustrated by Kevin Hawkes, a charming and sweet story of the special friendship between a boy and his… er… “d...
October 29, 2017
Having recently received Anna Staniszewski's cute and clever children's book, I was looking for the right time to bring it out to read to my 7 and 4 years old kids. My children worked really hard at playing together nicely today, and as a treat I rewarded them with this book. My son said he reall...
September 02, 2017
Ben and his mom go to the animal shelter to find the perfect pet and Ben finds the best one ever, a dinosaur! This "dog" causes all sorts of trouble in town but in the end, Sadie saves the day when she catches a thief. Kevin Hawkes wonderful water color illustrations really enhance the text by An...
October 19, 2017
The joke here is that everyone in this town can't tell the difference between a dog and a dinosaur, so when Ben adopts "Sadie," the only concern is that she is big and destructive. When she saves the day, of course, everyone loves her. I've seen this story before, but to small dino loving kids, I...
August 18, 2017
A super cute book about having a dinosaur as a dog. At first the dogosaurus causes lots of problems for everyone. By the end of the book, Dogosaurus proves to be very useful and a great pet. A great read aloud for elementary students.
October 03, 2017
This is a really cute book and kindergarten greatly enjoyed it. I wonder about one sentence though: shouldn't it say "we might have to take her back to the shelter" rather than "we might have to bring her back to the shelter"? Bring feels wrong to me.
August 02, 2017
A young boy finally finds his perfect "dog," after visiting the shelter. This dog looks surprisingly like a dinosaur. The clever illustrations and simple text share about this relationship and finding a place for everyone in our lives.
November 03, 2017
Kids will really love the absurdity of owning a dinosaur for a pet (and everyone thinking that this is totally normal). Sadie proves her usefulness and becomes beloved by the whole town. Just because you're different, doesn't mean you're any less important or capable.
September 13, 2017
This is a cute book & kids gaga for dinosaurs will surely like this. Overly reminiscent of Kellogg's Pinkerton Behave, this is one pet story that borrowed more from a classic instead of finding some new original content.
October 15, 2017
This was a fun read that would work great for an independent read. I like how right from the get-go, they went to a dog shelter, they did not go to a store to find a dog. This book kept me laughing and it ended on a positive note.