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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Dinosaurs love roaring, chasing, and snoring. The race day, the Dino Derby, has come and the giant Dinos laugh at the tiny Dinos, saying they have no chance at winning. It is time for the race to begin and the lights turn green, signaling for them to go. The Triceratops with three horns is on a train and beeps loudly. Then comes the Stegosaurus on a scooter. He has a spiky tail and plated back. Then comes the Diplodocus in a plane and she fits perfectly in the cockpit. The Spinosaurus floats by in a boat. Who will win the race? The giant Dinos or the tiny Dinos?
Dinosaur Derby by Derek Taylor Kent is an adventurous and entertaining book that introduces the young reader to the different types of dinosaurs and teaches them fun facts in an entertaining way. Bright Jungle Studios' images make the characters and the race palpable to readers and make the story captivating and colorful. The book is just not about dinosaurs - it will also introduce readers to the different modes of transport and this will appeal to youngsters. Parents and educators can use this book to educate children on fun facts about dinosaurs and different types of vehicles. Books like Dinosaur Derby by Derek Taylor Kent make learning interesting for children.