When his trip to the The City Museum is cut short, Max is encouraged by an enthusiastic curator to write a letter to his favorite dinosaur, sparking an entertaining and cleverly educational correspondence between a boy and a T. Rex in Chae Strathie’s Dear Dinosaur. Fold out letters on museum stationery, lift-the-flap cards, e-mail, and even a beach vacation postcard are set amid a rainbow of Nicola O’Byrne’s picture collages as the new penpals playfully swap stories.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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