My little man loves Dinosaur Train and when we received the Dinosaur Train Lift the Flap “Let’s Go To Volcano Valley”, we were both excited to review this book. You and your Dinosaur Train fans go on an adventure with Buddy and his friends as they board the Dinosaur Train. In this book they head to Volcano Valley. This book is great and my son just adores it. He loves dinosaurs and this book is one that he has been picking up lately when it comes to reading time! Share this great adventure with your little Dinosaur Train fans and get the book today!!
is here and what better way to spend the summer with family and
friends than on an adventure to visit one of our national parks
and/or recreation destinations. July is Park and Recreation Month in
the U.S., and the theme for this year’s celebration is “Rock Your
Park.” The National Park and Recreation Association wants you to
show the country how parks and recreation make your life
extraordinary! Whether it is visiting your local park, a playground,
swimming pool, or taking a family trip to one of our national park
treasures, celebrate our country’s love of the great outdoors this
month! Visit the organization’s website to find out ways to get
can also turn your visit to the local park into a game by
participating in the Dinosaur
Geocache Challenge. Geocaching
is a family friendly outdoor adventure that blends technology, gaming
and environmental discovery. Each geocache features one of the
dinosaurs found on the online Dinosaur
Field Guide and contains educational information related to that
dinosaur. So, perhaps pick your local park as a destination to hide
your own Dinosaur
container. To participate in the Dinosaur
and his friends on the Dinosaur
are always up for an adventure and exploring the world around them.
Why not take them along on your adventure to the park or camping or
on a family road trip with all-new fun and easy travel product for
camping/outdoors, new games and fun to read books to pack on your
book from Reader’s Digest: Dinosaur
Lift the Flap “Let’s Go To Volcano Valley” (SRP: $9.99). Ages
product for camping adventures Pacific Playtents (available in
October) includes: the Dinosaur Train Station House Tent (SRP:
$89.90); Dinosaur Train Dino Bones Dome Tent ($59.90); Dinosaur
Train Dino Bones Tunnel ($59.90). Ages 3+.
soft sporting fun from Kelly Toy: Play All Ball (SRP: $1.99), Bat +
Ball (SRP: $9.99), Golf (SRP: $14.99), Football (SRP: $6.99),
Baseball Mitt set (SRP: $7.99) and more. Ages 3+.
3-Wheel Scooter in colorful buddy and friends graphics, from VM
Global. SRP $24.99. Ages 3+.
from Patch Products: “Take “N” Play Anywhere™
Let’s Go for a Ride! Magnetic Playset. SRP: $14.99. Ages 3+
And, Buddy will
also be spending time in the great outdoors in July. Dinosaur Train
on PBS KIDS (check local listings) in the adventurous episode “Buddy
the Tracker.” In the episode, Buddy and Don are “footprint
detectives” as they track and find creatures they know at the Big
Pond. The plot thickens when they discover fossilized tracks that are
millions of years old!
the summer vacation comes to an end in August, fun with Dinosaur
continues! Get ready for an all-new season of Dinosaur
this August with “Dinosaur Big City” on PBS Kids premieres August
22 and the DVD release of Dinosaur Train: Dinosaur Big City on August
23 (SRP: $14.99).
world-renowned Jim Henson Company,
Dinosaur Train is seen in over 13 million households every month* and
embraces and celebrates preschoolers’ fascination with both
dinosaurs and trains. The series encourages scientific
thinking and other skills as it teaches viewers about natural
science, natural history and paleontology.
Nielsen NPower, monthly NTI cume audience average, September 2010 –
Get ready to board the Dinosaur Train and meet some new friends!
Buddy, the adorable preschooler Tyrannosaurus Rex, and this adoptive
Pteranodon family are always on the move. Today, they are going to
Volcano Valley. Along the way, the train is making stops at the
Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous stations to make dozens of
dinosaur discoveries. With more than 40 flaps to lift, kids will want
to explore Buddy’s world again and again!
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As a young boy, I was fascinated with dinosaurs as well. I didn't have cartoon shows about dinosaurs back then so I spent a lot of time in the library reading books about them. Who knows your son might decide to work with dinosaur fossils when he grows up! Thanks Katie!
I liked Land of the Lost as a child.