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B C S :HOW DO DINOSAURS SAY GOOD NIGHT

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Book Summary of B C S :HOW DO DINOSAURS SAY GOOD NIGHT

A playful peek into the homes of dinosaur babies and their parents at bedtime.
'How does a dinosaur say good night
when Papa comes in to turn off the light?
Does a dinosaur slam his tail and pout?
Does he throw his teddy bear all about?' Most certainly not! Dinosaurs give their mums and dads big hugs and kisses, tuck their tails in and whisper, 'Good night!' Brimming with humour and familiar good-night antics, here is a playful peek into the homes of dinosaur children and their parents at bedtime. Mark Teague uses a variety of perspectives in his dramatic, full-page pictures of a Tyrannosaurus Rex, a Triceratops and many more dinosaur favourites.  

Details of Book: B C S :HOW DO DINOSAURS SAY GOOD NIGHT (BSID:74337)

Book B C S :HOW DO DINOSAURS SAY GOOD NIGHT
Author Special-sales
ISBN 0007802889
ISBN-13 9780007802883, 978-0007802883
Binding boardbook
Publisher Harper Collins
Publishing Date 2003
Number of Pages 32  pages
Language English

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Kenton July 25, 2012 review from Goodreads

Living at the same time as Shakespeare, Marlowe appears more modern than the bard of Avon.The play opens with the boyfriend, Piers (or 'Pierce') Gaveston, reading a letter from Edward, newly King, saying in effect, 'OK darling, the old boy is gone and I've inherited, let's make hay while we can.'...

Esdaile January 28, 2012 review from Goodreads

I am bewildered and even a bit perturbed by the enthusiasm many goodreads members have for this play. It has some superb verse to be sure and it is intense and dramatically feasible but it is also psychologically threadbare, voyeuristic, cruel, historically inaccurate and slick. I do find intrigu...

Rozonda September 10, 2011 review from Goodreads

Like Shakespeare's Richard II, Edward is an ineffective ruler but not an evil one; Richard prized luxury and pleasure, Edward is blinded by his love for a male commoner. Contrary to what one might think, it's not his homosexuality which offends the nobles (they comment is a typical "weakness" of...

Daniel August 17, 2012 review from Goodreads

We must admit that Edward II reflects archaic views - that it was produced in a time that homosexuality was a crime that even in literature could not go unpunished. Of all of the former monarchs at the time of Marlowe - and for over half a century following his death, at least - no other one had...

Trendhater73 November 20, 2011 review from Goodreads

Wow. Such a boring play. Edward II comes off as a whining idiot. His affection for Gaveston is pathetic and I cannot believe he lasted as king for more than a few weeks. I am not entirely familiar with Edward II as a real person, therefore I cannot comment much on this representation of his chara...

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