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Board book
USD $8.99
CAD $11.99
Flowerpot Press
7 X 7 in
20 pg

P - 1 (US school grade range)

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Star light, star bright, the dinos wish they may, they wish they might get to stay up and play all night!

These rowdy dinos love to play but when it's time to settle down for the night, good little dinos know to brush their teeth and jump into their cozy beds. Little ones will fall in love with these adorable dinosaurs and surely relate to their desire to stay up all night!

The Dino Rhymes series brings humorous and joyful illustrations featuring dinosaur friends adventuring through classic nursery rhymes. In a traditional board book format, these stories are perfect for bedtime, playtime, and story time at home or daycare.

Joe Fitzpatrick John Joseph
Author Bio

John Joseph's passion for art appeared at an early age, while living in Orlando, Florida. As a young boy, he was inspired by the many trips to visit the animation studios just down the road at the happiest place on Earth. It was very rare that you would spot him without a pencil and sketchbook, creating stories and drawing away. John Joseph's love of art continued through school and he went on to get an art education degree from Colorado State University and a masters degree from Lesley University. You could say that John has never really left school, as he graduated and went straight back to elementary school to teach visual arts. There, he is constantly inspired by the imagination of his students, and often includes them in his stories and illustrations. But the best part is, he has several months off throughout the year, to play with his family in the Colorado mountains and create lots of art!

Joe Fitzpatrick loves stories! He loves to hear them, see them, live them, think them up in his head, tell them to others, and (occasionally) write them down. When he writes them down and other people see them, read them, share them, tell them to others, twist them around and make them their own, it makes him happy. So he hopes you enjoy his stories, and he hopes you share them with others, because stories are more fun when they're shared!