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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
In the storybook Dino Dino Doing Homework by Claressa Swensen, young readers are introduced to Dino Dino who loves to play with his toys all day long. He also loves to sing like a king. There are other things too which he loves to do, but he knows there is a lot on his plate. He has to finish his essay for school the next day and he and his mum work hard all night. When Dino Dino is done with his homework, his mother calls out to him and says, ‘Good work, my precious dinosaur!’ It is an encouraging story for all kids who are starting school and who have to do homework.
The story is cute and children and parents can relate to Dino Dino. The story makes the idea of doing homework interesting and will encourage children to finish it on time. The illustrations are adorable and they capture the mood and essence of the story beautifully. It is a good bedtime storybook and can be used for read aloud sessions in classrooms as it handles the topic of doing homework. Dino Dino is a good example of what a good student should be and shows the importance of getting homework done on time. Storybooks like this with a moral, a concept, or a message to children are good as they motivate youngsters to do things properly. This story makes the concept of doing homework sound fun and will make readers enjoy doing it just as much as they love playing.