A romp of a tale about the surprising similarities between dinosaurs and children
Iamasaurus. I am noodlevorous. One of the genus Ridiculorous. Mothers abhor us. Babies adore us. We romp and we stomp and we chomp on the floras. Turns out kids are not unlike T. rexes. Did you know both creatures share many of the same body parts—maxillae, mandibles, clavicles, ribs. Scapulas, humeri, tibias, fibs? This fun romp of a book will make young readers' inner dinosaurs roar with delight.
Anne Ylvisaker is an award-winning author of middle-grade novels and nonfiction books for young readers. She lives in California. Mark Hoffmann is an illustrator and a professor of illustration at Montserrat College of Art. His books include Poop and A Is for Apple, Unless . . ., both published by Cameron Kids. He lives in southern New Hampshire with his wife and son.
"An amusingly anarchic paleontological primer."
— Kirkus Reviews