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9781596435315

Tyrannosaurus Dad

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  • ISBN13:

    9781596435315

  • ISBN10:

    1596435313

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2011-05-10
  • Publisher: Roaring Brook Press

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Summary

What#x19;s forty feet long, fifteen feet high, and wears a necktie? Tobias#x19;s dad! He is, after all, a Tyrannosaurus. Despite his huge size and teath that are as sharp as knives, he#x19;s a lot like other dads--he likes corny jokes and magic tricks, and he works very, VERY hard at the office. He works so hard, in fact, he can#x19;t make it to Tobias#x19;s big Field Day baseball game. To make matters worse, the tough Chickenbone Gang shows up and tries to take over the game. Will Tyrannosaurus Dad show up and save the day?

Author Biography

Accalimed poet, novelist, and professor, Liz Rosenberg is the author of  Nobody, On Christmas Eve, and This Is the Wind, among other titles. Her books have received numerous awards, including an IRA-CBC Children’s Choice, and have been featured on Reading Rainbow. She lives in Binghamton, New York.

After a twenty-year career as an award-winning art director, MATTHEW MYERS discovered his true vocation—illustrating picture books. He now lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

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“Author Liz Rosenberg's down-to-earth, matter-of-fact narrative is accompanied by the painterly illustrations of first-time picture-book artist Matthew Myers to great effect; they add enough depth and nuance to make the story convincing, and a complete charmer. Sometimes people—and dinosaurs, it turns out—are a lot cooler than they pretend to be.” —Time Out New York Kids

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