Welcome, fellow dinosaur enthusiasts, to the most thrilling literary adventure of the year!
Get ready to embark on a journey through time as we bring you the Dino-Vember eBook Extravaganza!
For two days only, on November 24th and 25th, dive into the prehistoric world with 11 captivating eBooks—all absolutely free!
Grab the interactive PDF here to have access to the 100+ pages of free printables, and click on the titles to download the books to your Kindle.
If you’re a fan of all things dinosaur, this is an event you won’t want to miss.
Discover, Learn, and Roar:
- Dino ABC by Barbara Pinke (Ages 3-8)
Discover the prehistoric world with Dino ABC, an enchanting and educational children’s book that introduces young readers to the alphabet with vibrant illustrations and fascinating fun facts. Each letter is accompanied by a word, a corresponding illustration, and age-appropriate fun facts, helping to expand their vocabulary, and providing a visual aid to grasp the concept and meaning of each word. With the glowing illustrations by Barbara Owczarek, children will be captivated by the delightful world of dinosaurs.
Pip the pterodactyl has been practicing how to fly. The big day has come where he must leap off the cliff to take his first flight. Can Pip overcome all the scary thoughts about what might go wrong? Instead, what if he focuses on all the things that might go right?
- Dinosaurs Don’t Dance by Elyse & Garrett Fox (Ages 3-7)
Rupert is a dinosaur that loves to dance! All the other dinosaurs do is stomp and roar, but Rupert’s heart beats to a different rhythm. When he tries playing with them, they tease him for doing what he loves. Will he follow his inner passion, or instead behave like a dinosaur “should?”
Rexy the little dinosaur has a chance meeting with an egg that will change how she sees herself forever. Perhaps the way you see yourself on the outside has a lot to do with the way you feel on the inside.
- The Mostly Nice Dinosaur by Ashley Curren (Ages 3-7)
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to live with a dinosaur? Well, living with a dinosaur is great, really… But even the best friendships have hiccups. What could possibly go wrong when a boy bribes a dinosaur to come home with him? Will they become best friends, or will the boy discover that their friendship has some boundaries?
Vacation time is approaching and the dinosaurs are planning to have some fun, but where will they go? These friendly dinosaurs are dreaming of where they can go to get away. And when their dino friends arrive, they begin thinking about all the fun things they want to try. But with the whole world at their feet, where will they go and what will they do? Where Do Dinosaurs Go On Vacation is a delightful romp sure to delight any child. If you or your child like guessing games, rhyming adventures, and vividly illustrated scenes, then you’ll love Kim Ann’s hilarious dinosaur caper.
A young girl wants to be a dinosaur when she grows up. Unfortunately, she is told she can’t be a dinosaur. Faced with this news, she has to change her goals and instead decides she wants to be a paleontologist. Encourage your young dinosaur aficionado to embrace their love of prehistoric creatures and inspire them to consider a career in paleontology.
- The Adventures of Maximus Rex: Maximus Rex Joins the Family by Lynette and Russell Aaron (Ages 6-10)
Maximus Rex, a delightfully ambitious baby dinosaur, hatches and joins his loving family, snacking his way through various adventures – learning to walk, losing a tooth, discovering his powerful roar, and sharing his huge heart with everyone. Once you see the cheerful, bold illustrations, you won’t be able to put it down!
Delightfully illustrated with colourful illustrations on every page, your child is taken on a quest to discover what type of dinosaur came to the birthday party. An entertaining and educational story book.
- A Dinosaur Made Me Spill by Carla Mae Jansen (Ages 3-8)
How did an ancient dinosaur wreck a modern-day tea party? Find out in A Dinosaur Made Me Spill, a hilarious, science-filled adventure through time! Popular with kids, parents, and teachers!
Ty, The Tyrannosaur just wants to make a new friend. Sadly, the other dinosaurs are all afraid of his sharp teeth! So Ty must go on an adventure to find a dinosaur brave enough to be friends with a Tyrannosaur.