[PDF] ð Free Read È Here Comes Destructosaurus! : by Aaron Reynolds Jeremy Tankard Ý

By Aaron Reynolds Jeremy Tankard | Comments: ( 803 ) | Date: ( May 27, 2020 )

Watch the unstoppable destructive force of a raging temper tantrum Tremble at the enormous mess and disrespectful roaring Despair as no amount of scolding can stem the heedless fury Someone is heading for a time out, Mister Anyone who has witnessed or been a toddler in the throes of a full blown fit will delight in this clever book s moviemonster rampage, and may jusWatch the unstoppable destructive force of a raging temper tantrum Tremble at the enormous mess and disrespectful roaring Despair as no amount of scolding can stem the heedless fury Someone is heading for a time out, Mister Anyone who has witnessed or been a toddler in the throes of a full blown fit will delight in this clever book s moviemonster rampage, and may just come away from it with a bit sympathy for toddler and caregiver.

  • Title: Here Comes Destructosaurus!
  • Author: Aaron Reynolds Jeremy Tankard
  • ISBN: 9781452124544
  • Page: 190
  • Format: Hardcover

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Comments Here Comes Destructosaurus!

  • Cheryl

    My library's copy is currently in-repair. Hm talk about unsurprising. Maybe this one should have been printed on coated tag-board or something.------Done. Totally unsatisfied. The whole story is the cover & title. Well, there's an ending, but it's lame. Calvin and Hobbes did this so much better.

  • Kate

    Living with a couple of Destructosaurus, I can relate.

  • Peter Derk

    This story veered dangerously close to a couple kid book tropes that I really hate. But I'm happy to report that both were avoided!Kid Book Trope 1: IT WAS ALL IMAGINATION!Yes, there's no Destructosaurus. It's just a kid IMAGINING he's Destructosaurus. Ugh. Gimme a break. You know what's a lot cooler than being tricked by a book? A giant Destructosaurus wrecking the city.Kid Book Trope 2: Destructosaurus is shamed into doing the right thing.I hate that one too. After wrecking the city, some book [...]

  • Cat

    LOL! Toddlers and preschoolers are gong to get a kick out of this story! Love the tantrum destructosaurus rages in the town while the narrator tells him to stop! Finding his teddy, he calms down and returns to the sea. THEN Giant Chicken appears.! Non-stop fun and messiness; bright, bold illustrations of loads of mayhem little ones will enjoy!

  • Pat (Get Kids to Read) Tierney

    Reynolds, Aaron, and Jeremy Tankard. Here Comes Destructosaurus! Print.This review is also posted on Get Kids to Read: mrtierneyslibraryHere comes Destructosaurus by Aaron Reynolds is an excellent picture book for the preK and Kindergarten set. The book is about a baby Godzilla like monster named Destructosaurus that is tearing up the city. The illustrations are rendered digitally. There are very vivid colors that make the illustrations very appealing. The text with Destructosaurus's mother tell [...]

  • Peacegal

    In a style reminiscent of the T. REX VS. books, Godzilla-like Destructosaurus lays waste to an entire city in a humorous allusion to little kids' tantrums.

  • Laurice Lee

    Here Comes Destructosaurus! by Aaron ReynoldsThis is a story about the imagination of a young child who is in search of his toy. The story is told from the parent point of view because she tells the child not to do this and that. The full page bleeds captured the full destruction of Destructosaurus. The typography was placed where it was readable and used in dark font and very easy to read.

  • The Brothers

    A dinosaur rises from the deep to wreak destruction upon a city. in search of his lost toy.Illustrations are good.

  • PunkRockLibrarian

    6 y/o review: it was HILARIOUS! I loved it! The narrator sounds like my mom!

  • wildct2003

    Fun book for young readers.

  • Jennifer

    Good for having conversations about using your words. Could also be used in patent and kid classes to help parents see that they need to take a step back to look at reasons for tantrums.

  • Corrina

    Read my full review at wadingthroughbooks.wordpress!I found this one at my local public library, and I knew I wanted to write about it. This clever and colourful reimagining of Godzilla frames the terrible legendary monster as a toddler having a temper tantrum, and is told from the perspective of the frustrated and impatient. but ultimately well-meaning, adult civilian.I love the satire. This book would be perfect for a teacher talking about appropriate behaviour and how to deal with frustration [...]

  • Tasha

    Destructosaurus enters town tipping buildings over as he rushes in. His feet are filthy from seaweed and fish. He is angry and shoots flames from his mouth, doesn’t he know he needs to burp quietly and keep his mouth closed? Destructosaurus gets grumpier and starts to show attitude, throwing buildings around and generally throwing a temper tantrum too. But then he finds what he was looking for the whole time and settles down, but he won’t stay to help clean up the mess. Maybe someone else wi [...]

  • Becky B

    Destructosaurus barges into town, not minding his manners at all. What a horrible little monsterwho it turns out was just looking for his teddy. A cautionary tale (kind of) about manners using some pretty hyper hyperbole. Destructosaurus is an awful example, but older kids at least should get the hints the author is trying to teach readers about wiping feet after coming inside, covering your mouth when you burp, looking with your eyes instead of hands in a storec. Could be used for a nice re-wri [...]

  • Erik This Kid Reviews Books

    A little monster takes his terrible temper-tantrum out on the city. No amount of scolding will get him to stop. He is throwing a gigantic fit until he gets what he wants! I thought this was a hilarious book. The story is very cute, and the narrator’s voice (an adult trying to get Destructosaurus to stop) is terrific. Mr. Tankard’s illustrations are awesome! They are digitally made and I think they really give a lot to the story. I personally am a huge Godzilla fan and really appreciated Dest [...]

  • Lynn

    This looks like a pared-down version of current movies with the destruction of an entire city and buildings and vehicles destroyed and people terrorized. Will youngsters be unphased by it? The King Kluk looks way too much like “Angry Bird” and phrases like “like a bull in china shop” seem way too familiar. What is original here is the way the text addresses behaviors that are common in youngsters. Each double-page spread addresses one aspect, such as “Wipe your feet” or “Watch you [...]

  • Erin

    When Destructosaurus comes to town, he causes all kinds of trouble! His tail topples building and bridges, and his feet track seaweed, and he burps fire! The narrator tries to calm Destructosaurus down by telling him to watch his manners, but Destructosaurus has other things on his mind -- like finding his lost teddy bear. Once the bear is found and Destructosaurus gives us a big hug, he heads back out to sea, ignoring the narrator who tells him to help clean up. But, never fear, a giant chicken [...]

  • Teresa Bateman

    Oh no! Destructosaurus is stomping through the town in a Godzilla-like frenzy. Is nothing safe? Big, bold digital illustrations are rendered with thick black outlines and bold colors. These are juxtaposed with admonishing text, written in a motherly style, encouraging Destructosaurus toward better behavior, and admonishing him for mistakes. Since the book starts with a picture of a mother and small child looking out the window at Destructosaurus the metaphor is clear. Destructosaurus is a toddle [...]

  • Peggy Tibbetts

    The baby-faced monster named Destructosaurus is on a rampage, upending and destroying the entire city. And someone who sounds an awful lot like his mom is chastising him up one street and down the next. When he finds his teddy bear somewhere near the train station everything is all better and it’s hugs all around. But who is going to clean up the monstrous mess he made?Jeremy Tankard’s manga style illustrations depict the red hot rage of the Destructosaurus temper tantrum with big faces, bol [...]

  • Jill

    I just didn't care for this one. I didn't like the tone. Young children might get some comfort from knowing that they aren't the only ones who get yelled at, but it made me uncomfortable. it almost redeems itself when the invisible grownup realizes that destructosaurus is just looking for his teddy bear and apologizes for yelling. But then it loses it again, when the invisible grownup tells destructosaurus to clean up and he just walks away, disrespectfully ignoring authority. These are the type [...]

  • Carol

    A little monster is destroying the city! But could there be a purpose behind his rampage? The narrator is the mother of the little monster, who may or may not be a toddler in disguise. She constantly is reprimanding him only to find that he was looking for something. The battle begins again when cleanup time starts only to have the one who caused the mess to run away into the sunset. Every mother knows that this scenario is very typical of life with toddlers, every single day. Fun illustrations [...]

  • Bonnie Jean

    Destructosaurus comes rampaging into town, and the narrator of the book scolds him using all the phrases that parents are always using to scold their kids. Turns out, though, that Destructosaurus actually has a reason for his wrath This is one of those books that is actually probably a lot funnier for parents than it is for kids, but my 6-year-old did get enough of a kick out of it to ask for it again during reading time the next day.

  • Amy

    Great illustrations that were created digitally ~ super bright and bold. Text is also bold. Destructosaurus is exactly what his name describes him as, a dinosaur that is large and destructive, whether he means to be or not! He is continually being reminded to mind his manners, as he destroys NYC buildings, drips dead fish and seaweed on people, and makes messes of all sorts. Ridiculous but humorous. And kids relate to the reminders to watch their behavior and attitude.

  • Barbara

    Rambunctious boys and girls will probably like this picture book, filled as it is with scenes of destruction caused by a temper tantrum. The digital illustrations are filled with action and show how the illustrator has played with perspective. As the mother in the story looks on fairly placidly as her son wreaks havoc on the city of New York. The humor will appeal more to parents than children, however.

  • Melanie

    Destructosaurus climbs out of the harbor and begins to wreak havoc on New York City. His behavior is admonished by (I'm guessing) the reader of the story. After Destructosaurus destroys buildings, starts fires and terrifies the people, readers finally learn that he was looking for his teddy bear. After giving the reader a hug he wanders back into the harbor, all the while being instructed to return to the city and clean up the mess. He doesn't. But here comes Giant Chick to help!

  • Emily

    From the author of Creepy Carrots (a favorite amongst my 5th graders), this book is full of voice, humor, character, and the most adorably hilarious illustrations. My kids loved having it read aloud to them for no other purpose than to just sit back and listen and laugh and get excited, with no assignment attached. They said, "This was really fun and it's such a good book. Let's enjoy books like this more often."

  • Kelsey

    Age: Preschool-1st gradeReynolds provides another winner with Destructosaurus, or, rather, the narrator that is scolding destructosaurus. With the perfect tone and vocabulary, Reynolds' narrator tells Destructosaurus to stop that this very minute as he completely demolishes a city. So perfect. I'm sure the parents will fall in love with this book by the very first page.

  • Renee

    A dinosaur comes to the city and destroys everything! The voice in the story reprimands Destructoaurus as a parent would. (with humor for the reader) In the end, he was just looking for his bear. He is reminded to use his words next time. And like many kids, he leaves without cleaning up his mess. Love this for storytime!

  • Rebekah

    My little one love the bold pictures. My oldest first comment was "Mom this is a Kid version of Godzilla" The dinosaur is throwing a temper tantrum all for a . yeah.Kids, use your words in the beginning. Then the little dino leaves without cleaning up the mess. How many moms let there toddlers get away with that?? NOT ME. I guess that makes me a mean mom. So be it.

  • Mumbler

    I might have liked this, except for circumstances which the author did not create but had to be aware of. Since the world trade center attack, the destruction of a big city is not an imaginary or fanciful matter to me. I wish I could put it back on that shelf, but I was having sickening thoughts while reading this would-be funny little book.

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