Today I’m sharing a book review with a difference. It hasn’t been reviewed by me, it has been reviewed by Elliotts kinder class!
Elliott was very eager to take this book for show and tell and his kind teacher, Mari-ann, wrote down the thoughts of the 3 and 4 year olds.
by Heath McKenzie
Published by Scholastic Press
Elliott – I liked the T-Rex in it
Jack – I liked it when the big dinosaur roared in the little boys face!
Estelle – I liked the dinosaur.
Zander – I liked it when the dinosaur roared in the boys face.
Oliver – I liked the T-Rex.
Sophia – I liked the words.
Emma – I liked ALL the dinosaurs.
Rhydan – I liked the T-Rex.
Niah – I didn’t like it when the boy and the dinosaur stomped.
Ruby – I liked the T-Rex.
Mahalia – I loved the dinosaur dressing up as the boy and the boy dressing up as the dinosaur.
Daniel – I liked the big dinosaur.
Mathilde – I liked the funny bit at the end.
Mabior – I liked the T-Rex.
Sieanna – I liked the end page.
Chloe – I liked the T-Rex
Aiden- I liked the dinosaurs.
Matilda – When the dinosaur stomped, I liked it.
Kobie – I liked the stegosaurus
Gracie – I didn’t like the dinosaur screaming at the boy
Grace – I didn’t like the dinosaur stomping with the little boy.
Ethan – I liked the dinosaurs.
Can you tell by the children’s responses that the illustrations really brought this book to life? Isn’t it so adorable how children explain things, it’s what first pops into their head!
But really, in the end, and although the dinosaur and the boy had fun playing video games and trying to play soccer, all the dinosaur really wanted was to be a little boy.
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