Favorite Prehistoric Reads

Here are some of our favorite books that will go along with your Prehistoric Passage Canny Pack perfectly!


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How Do Dinosaurs Play with Their Friends?

This is a perfectly playful book for parents to read aloud with their children. It reinforces good social habits of playing nicely, and teaches that "playing nice can be easy and fun."

Roar: A Dinosaur Tour

This adorable early reader introduces the names of many types of dinosaurs, as well as reinforces basic descriptive vocabulary for your child: small, big, fast, slow, and many more!


The perfect story to read and giggle together with! From their listing: This book "will make children want to join in the dance while they learn about some of their prehistoric pals. By the time the romp is over, and the dinosaurs are fast asleep, kids won't be able to shake that jumping, thumping, Dinosaurumpus beat!"

How The Dinosaur Got to the Museum

"The fascinating 145-million-year journey of a dinsoaur: a Diplodocus longus, from its discovery in 1923 in Utah to its arrival in the hallowed halls of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C."

Dinosaur Dig

This board book combines two of our favorite things! "Dinosaur Dig! has everything: construction vehicles, dinosaurs, and dirt. Dinosaur Dig! is a learn to count book, bursting with noise and energy and a surprise ending."

In The Past

A more advanced reader, this book teaches prehistoric creature names and has a poem for each! The illustrations in this book are mesmerizing. Perfect for a dino lover!

Dinosaur Dance!

Join this "lively prehistoric bunch as they get everyone's tails shaking for a feet-stomping good time!"
This board book is a perfect fit for your younger dinosaur fans!

Tiny T-Rex and the Impossible Hug

"Tiny T. Rex and the Impossible Hug—a warm and funny tale that proves the best hugs come from the biggest hearts."

Oh Say Can You Say

"Learn about how fossils are formed and found, and get an easy introduction to dinosaurs" This early reader from Doctor Seuss even helps you learn to pronounce them!