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Do you love going on adventures? Then meet Rynnie Roo, a kangaroo that loves going on adventures and making new friends. How does she do this? Rynnie Roo has been to many places and this time around she is going to visit Glen Rose, a tiny town known as the dinosaur capital of Texas. Over a hundred million years ago, dinosaurs roamed around in Texas from the Paluxy River bed to the Texan roads. Glen Rose is full of all the facts about dinosaurs. They have wildlife, museums, RV parks on the river, and Dinosaur Valley state park. Rynnie Roo has a lot to show you in Glen Rose. Get yourself Jean Johnson’s Rynnie Roo’s Adventures: Dinosaur Valley to learn more.
Lovers of children's adventure and picture books will find Jean Johnson’s Rynnie Roo’s Adventures an appealing read. Johnson’s choice of words will not only enrich your child’s vocabulary, but it will also enlighten them on scientific terms. The playful tone made the reading experience fun and engaging. The creative images included in the story serve to illustrate Johnson’s narration and add welcome color. Children will learn a variety of facts that will keep them up to date with current developments. These range from a brief history of dinosaurs to popular children’s games. They will also learn about different geographical locations and institutions and their significance to society.