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How do dinosaurs eat their food? (Anglais) Broché – 2005

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Jane Yolen How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food?; illus. by Mark Teague
40 pp. Blue Sky/Scholastic 9/05 ISBN 0-439-24102-2 $15.99 g
Is going to a restaurant with a hyper three-year-old much different from doing so with a giant pterosaur? According to Yolen and Teague's latest addition to their How Do Dinosaurs... series, the Quetzalcoatlus was also prone to embarrassing its parents by tipping over chairs and getting crumbs everywhere. This amusing lesson in table manners depicts various other prehistoric reptiles spitting out broccoli, making bubbles in milk, and sticking beans in their nostrils, much to the dismay of their human moms and dads. As usual, Teague incorporates the scientific name of each expressively drawn beast into his paintings, and Yolen's series of questions about how a dinosaur should act ("Does he fuss, does he fidget, or squirm in his chair? Does he flip his spaghetti high into the air?") has a pleasing rhyme. The contrast between the human-sized setting and the super-sized main characters is once again strikingly comical, as when the Lambeosaurus, encouraged to take "at least one small bite" of something new, holds a tiny teaspoon of food in front of its massive head. Young dinosaur fans will eat this up and, taking a cue from the polite Spinosaurus, ask for more. C.M.H.

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YOLEN, Jane. How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food? illus. by Mark Teague. unpaged. Scholastic/Blue Sky. Sept. 2005. RTE $15.99. ISBN 0-439-24102-2. LC 2004020761.
PreS-Gr 2–Another addition to the humorous series that began with How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night? (Scholastic, 2000). In the first part of the book, dinosaurs burp, belch, and display all kinds of other inappropriate behaviors during breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Spinosaurus doesn't “eat all his food...[he spits] out his broccoli partially chewed.” Quetzalcoatlus fusses, fidgets, and squirms in his chair in a restaurant, while Amargasaurus flips his spaghetti high into the air. But, is this the way that dinosaurs should act? Of course not. So, a very genteel Cryolophosaurus says “please” and “thank you” while sitting very still, Lambeosaurus tries everything at least once, and Spinosaurus never drops anything onto the floor. In the last image, a very proper Cryolophosaurus–with pinky in the air–daintily eats his pancakes. The book is great fun, and sure to be popular with dinosaur lovers. Hidden in the illustration on each page is the proper name of the reptile portrayed therein. Teague's gouache-and-ink illustrations contain just the right amount of detail and whimsy, and they are large enough for storytime sharing. Children not yet old enough to read will still enjoy looking at the pictures by themselves.–Roxanne Burg, Orange County Public Library, CA

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Echoing the tone and look of How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight? and How Do Dinosaurs Get Well Soon?, these collaborators' latest guide to dino etiquette offers a jaunty comedy of errors, er, table manners. In the first half, against spare backdrops with a 1950s feel, dinosaurs behave kid-pleasingly naughtily when their human parents serve them meals. As Yolen's rhyming narrative asks questions ("How does a dinosaur eat all his food? Does he burp, does he belch, or make noises quite rude?"), Teague's illustrations provide affirmative answers, comically capturing the dining dinos' antics: one is covered in spaghetti after throwing his plate into the air, another blows bubbles in his milk glass and a third lies on the floor, happily sticking beans up his nose. The tables turn in the second half, when narrative and pictures offer Miss Manners alternatives while revisiting the same prehistoric heroes. One willingly says "Please" and "Thank you" (while wearing a bib) and another "tries every new thing, at least one small bite. He makes no loud noises--that isn't polite." Young dinosaur fans wi
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How does a dinosaur eat all his food?
Does he burp, does he belch, or make noises quite rude?
Does he pick at his cereal, throw down his cup,
hoping to make someone else pick it up?
Just like kids, dinosaurs have a difficult time learning to behave at the table. However, with a little help from Mom and Dad, these young dinosaurs eat all before them with smiles and goodwill.
As in their previous books, Yolen and Teague capture children's rambunctious natures with playful read-aloud verse and wonderfully amusing pictures.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Creative, humorously illustrated dino-loving books! 1 juin 2016
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This super fun series of books are sure to please all the dino lovers out there! My dino loving 4.5yr old can't get enough dinosaur books and I can't get enough of the creatively illustrated stories in this series as you journey through typical toddler and preschool behaviors with boundry testing, mood swinging picky"fun" (humorously illustrated) and still the undeniable love between parent and child. Great books to have in your little readers library!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 How does a dinosaur eat their food? 6 juin 2015
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Purchased as a birthday present for my two year old nephew. He loves dinosaurs and reading so it seemed like a good fit. Like a lot of kids his age he likes a food one day and will not touch it the next. I'm not saying it solved that problem completely but now if he's being fussy at the dinner table you can say, how does a Dinosaur eat their food? and it's usually good for at least a bite or two more.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great for some quiet time for a 4 year old. 10 mars 2017
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Great for some quiet time for a 4 year old. The story is fun and the narrator is great. The read-a-longs are great for helping a child learn to read. Love it!
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I have twin toddlers, and mealtime is frequently a disaster. There's food all over the floor, juice all over their trays, and two gigantic messes eager to jump into the tub.

This book has been a tremendous help. First of all, the illustrations are absolutely beautiful. They're funny and elegant, and filled with little touches that my children love- like household pets watching in horror as the poorly behaved dinosaurs wreak havoc on mealtime. I myself am particularly fond of the illustrations of the dinosaur's poor human parents, watching in disgust and alarm as their dinosaur children throw food in the air, bubble their milk, or stick beans up their noses.

Then there's the story itself. Short and sweet, and cleverly rhymed. The rhyme is the most helpful. Now that my children know and love the book so much, at mealtimes I only need to repeat a rhyme from to book, "Does a dinosaur throw down his cup, hoping to make someone else pick it up?" for my children to shake their heads, and meekly place their cups into the cup holders on their trays.

Maybe the book is magic, I don't know, but it's been wonderful. We read it several times a week, and I think it will continue to be a staple around bedtime in our home for years to come.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 fun book! 1 février 2017
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my son loves this book! it's fun and although i'm always afraid it will give him bad ideas, i don't think it has (as far as i know!). i like reading it too. i only wish that some were girl dinosaurs. i change it sometimes because i don't want him to think that only boys exist in books.
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