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Three Little Dinosaurs

line Three Little Dinosaurs
by Charles Fuge (Author, Illustrator)

Perfect for Read-Alouds!

Scratch, Spike and Lofty are three little dinosaurs and they are best friends. They like to play hide and seek in the forest. They like splashing around in the lake. Sometimes they liked to do cave-painting. But most of all they liked to pretend to FLY!

Three LIttle Dinosaurs playing together

One day Lofty wonders if Dinosaurs could really fly! Along with his friends, they decide to find out for themselves.

Three Little Dinosaurs learning to fly

But of course, they all ended up tumbling down instead. Sniff declares that dinosaurs really can’t fly! Suddenly, they hear a voice call out to them and say “Of course they do!”. Who does this voice belong to? And where is it coming from?

Three Little Dinosaurs Who is that

Three Little Dinosaur is a simple story about exploring, playing and making new friends. The characters of Scratch, Spike and Lofty are very appealing. ┬áThe story although simple, weaves cleverly into themes of friendship and play. Charles Fuge is well known for his “Wombat” series of books for this age group. The illustrations of dinos in this book will be a hit with the little ones.

A wonderful story for bedtime reading or a school read-aloud for the young ones.

Find it here: Library, Amazon, Better World Books


  1. I love these illustrations. Dinosaur stories are always a hit with little ones

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  2. My little grandson will enjoy this book. Following via Kid Lit Blog Hop.

  3. Cute – I like more “story” dinosaur books for my son as that is what he likes. Stopping by via the Kid Lit Blog Hop!

  4. Completely adorable! Thanks for sharing this with #KidLitBlogHop!

  5. My toddler is so into dinosaurs right now…I’m sure he’ll love this one. Stopping by from the #KidLitBlogHop

  6. What a sweet picture book about dinosaurs and friendship! My son would have loved this in preschool! Thanks for sharing at the Kid Lit Blog Hop!


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