DINOSAUR JAMES by Scott Taylor

DINOSAUR JAMES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Taylor's first book is a neatly rhymed story about a small boy whose happy but monomaniacal passion for dinosaurs makes him a loner (cf. Will's Mammoth, 1989); he earns respect after he summons a real dinosaur to deal conclusively with a bully. A pleasantly light touch, the popular subject, and Taylor's deft, sturdily outlined, cartoonlike illustrations should earn this a ready audience.

Pub Date: Aug. 1st, 1990
Page count: 32pp
Publisher: Morrow