Revenge of the Dinotrux


Children - Fable
32 Pages
Reviewed on 09/04/2012
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Reviewed by Joy Hannabass for Readers' Favorite

Chris Gall is at it again with his Dinotrux characters. This time, the Dinotrux are tired of being stuck in a drafty museum for millions of years where people visit and do so many things with them such as poking, prodding, shaking and studying them. The Dinotrux are so achy that they can’t even move on their own, and today of all days is Kindergarten day at the museum. By the time the day is over, Tyrannosaurus Trux is fed up with people ruling the Dinotrux, so he now wants revenge. That is what he decides to truck out to do. And this is where the story gets exciting. What do you think they do? And can they get themselves out of the museum and move again after millions of years?

Another neat and interesting book about the fantastic characters created by Chris Gall. This one is a little different, including Kindergarten children into the story. And though I wasn’t sure where the storyline was going for a while, it turned up with a very nice ending. And again, the illustrations and graphics are fantastic and the colors are detailed and vivid and very boyish. Any young boy will be captivated by the awesome cover design. This is truly another book to consider for your child’s library. And if you work with public or school libraries, I encourage you to suggest this book as well as Chris Gall’s other book as an addition to these library shelves.