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12 Awesome Dinosaur Books For Kids Of All Ages

Inside: Learn all about dinosaurs with these awesome dinosaur books for kids of all ages. Check out all our awesome dinosaur activities for kids here. 

Dinosaurs are one of the few topics that all kids seem to love!

There’s something about their massive size, their amazing abilities and their majesty that just draws everyone in, and kids are no exception.

Today, we’re wrapping up the end of our dinosaur themed activity week with this collection of the coolest dinosaur books for kids.

Read on below to see our top picks and if yours made the list too!

Dinosaur Children’s Books

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Dinosaur Books For Kids | Discover the best children's books about dinosaurs for kids of all ages from toddler, to preschool to kindergarten and beyond. There are storybooks, learning books and a cool pop up book too! #earlychildhood #childrensbooks #dinosaurs #kidsactivities #kids #preschool #kindergarten

If we’re ever interested in learning about animals, National Geographic Kids’ books are on the top of our list. The Little Kids First Big Book Of Dinosaurs is an awesome resource for kindergarteners and beyond who want to learn all about dinosaurs.

Dinosaur A-Z is a great book about dinosaurs for younger kids. Each page features a letter of the alphabet and a dinosaur whose name begins with the same letter.

This Cat in the Hat Learning Library book is fun for young kids who love Dr. Seuss and dinos. Each page has the classic rhyming text which makes it easier to read and engaging for little kids. It’s one of the top childrens books about dinosaurs.

The Little Golden Book, I’m A T.Rex is an adorably illustrated children’s book that the youngest of kids will enjoy. It also has rhymes and has a cute storyline, making it exciting for kids to read over and over again.

Dinosaur Dig is a dinosaur story book that takes kids along with Brother and Sister bears’ newfound love of dinosaurs. Follow along as they learn how to pronounce dinosaur names and discover lots of cool facts at the natural history museum.

How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night? is a popular kids book about the nighttime routines of dinosaurs.

This dinosaur book is unlike some of the other books in that it’s solely a story, and doesn’t have any facts about dinosaurs. I’d recommend this book for toddlers and preschoolers who like dinosaurs but lose interest in factual books.

Dinosaurs Love Underpants is a silly book that explains the real reason dinosaurs became extinct. And no, it doesn’t have anything to do with asteroids. It was their love for underpants that caused their ultimate demise. Kids will love this goofy dinosaur story!

The Encyclopedia Prehistorica Dinosaurs is one of the coolest pop-up books I’ve ever seen! While only 12 pages long, each page comes with the most intricate, amazing dinosaur pop-ups ever made. If you haven’t seen it for yourself, definitely click here to see it in action! 

My Allosaur Has Lost His Roar is a dinosaur story for little children about a pet Allosaur who can no longer roar. This book has cute illustrations and a simple storyline, making it great for toddlers.

Kids who can’t get enough dinosaur facts will fall in love with Nat Geo Kid’s Ultimate Dino-Pedia. This is the ultimate dinosaur book, loaded with over 200 pages of information on various dinosaur species, plus a whole section on dinosaur discoveries.

This Touch and Feel Dinosaur book is ideal for toddlers who love dinosaurs but need a hands-on approach. Each page features a fun tactile experience!

Kids who like the Disney movie, The Good Dinosaur, will love this Little Golden Book version of the film. This dinosaur story is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers.

Do you have a favorite dinosaur book that didn’t make the list? Let me know in the comments below.

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