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Ten terrible dinosaurs —Stickland, Paul.

A group of rollicking dinosaurs counts down from ten to one as it introduces subtraction to the reader.

Dinosaur roar! —Stickland, Paul.

Illustrations and rhyming text present all kinds of dinosaurs, including ones that are sweet, grumpy, spiky, or lumpy.

A number of dinosaurs : a pop-up counting book —Stickland, Paul.

Pop-up pages in which dinosaur illustrations teach counting.

Dinosaur more! : a first book of dinosaur facts —Stickland, Henrietta.

Fun facts about dinosaurs including how long ago they lived, how much they ate, how large they grew and how they fought.

Machines as tall as giants —Stickland, Paul.

Depicts a variety of very large machines, including tower cranes, a dockyard crane, an oil production platform, and a concrete silo.

The Christmas bear —Stickland, Paul.

Unable to sleep, a young bear stumbles into Santa's workshop and helps with the preparations for the busiest night of the year.

Bears! —Stickland, Paul.

Some partying bears come to a little boy's house one night and keep him from sleeping.

All about tractors —Stickland, Paul.

Depicts different kinds of tractors and their various uses.

All about trucks —Stickland, Paul.

Depicts a variety of trucks, including a builder's truck, tow truck, and tanker.

All about diggers —Stickland, Paul.

Depicts different kinds of earth moving machines and their various uses.

People. —Stickland, Paul.

Describes the work of people in various occupations.

All about special engines —Stickland, Paul.

Depicts trucks with special functions, such as the moving van, street sweeper, cement mixer, and garbage truck.

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