Triceratops Stomp by Karen Patkau (53)

This is an endearing book about how a Mom keeps her little ones safe from the harshness of the elements in the world. The illustrations are amazing, and they bring the meaning of the book home for the reader.

Nestled in the ferns is a big clutch of eggs. But what could be inside? With picks, pokes, pops, and wriggles, Triceratops babies hatch!

They are quick to scamper, scramble, and romp around, making as much noise as they please!  But could danger lurk nearby? With mother’s watchful eye and fierce protection to keep them safe, the little dinosaurs can expect to play for another day.

This book is full of onomatopoeic texts that will delight young listeners and readers alike. It is a frolicking story from lauded visual artist and author Karen Patkau. It is a story that abounds in fun and will put smiles on all the children’s faces who read the book.

I just love picture books like this!


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I am a freelance and academic writer. I am currently writing a book called `Fearless Freelance Writers`. Please look out for it soon on this blog.
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