How to Tame a Triceratops

How to Tame a Triceratops Welcome to the Lost Plains A Wild West frontier where dinosaurs never went extinct Josh Sanders wants to be the next big dinosaur cowboy roping raptors and ridin bucking brontosauruses just like his h

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  • Title: How to Tame a Triceratops
  • Author: Will Dare
  • ISBN: 9781492636175
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Paperback
  • Welcome to the Lost Plains A Wild West frontier where dinosaurs never went extinct.Josh Sanders wants to be the next big dinosaur cowboy roping raptors and ridin bucking brontosauruses just like his hero, Terrodactyl Bill Too bad he s stuck working on his family s iguanodon ranch, riding his ancient dino, Plodder The closest Josh has ever been to a T rex is reading abWelcome to the Lost Plains A Wild West frontier where dinosaurs never went extinct.Josh Sanders wants to be the next big dinosaur cowboy roping raptors and ridin bucking brontosauruses just like his hero, Terrodactyl Bill Too bad he s stuck working on his family s iguanodon ranch, riding his ancient dino, Plodder The closest Josh has ever been to a T rex is reading about them in his Dino Rider Handbook.To prove he has what it takes, Josh is determined to win the annual settlement race But he s gonna need one fast dino to stand a change With the help of his friends Sam and Abi, Josh will need to tame a wild triceratops

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    1. Josh is desperate to compete in the great Founder's Day race, but he really needs a faster dinosaur rather than the old plug he's allowed, so when a triceratops seems to just fall into his hands (metaphorically speaking) he just knows it's meant to be.This is a great book for elementary school children. Think settlers out in the West, except instead of horses they have dinosaurs (a little like the Flintstones, if you can remember the cartoon). And then instead of a famous cowboy or hunter you ha [...]

    2. This is such a cute little book. It's perfect for those kids that are just graduating from the early readers and starting to tackle bigger books on their own. It is the Wild West with dinosaurs, and my 1st grader really got a kick out of it. For the most part he prefers non-fiction "animal" books with lots of photos. This book had enough facts in it that he enjoyed it even though it is fiction.The illustrations are nicely done and very cartoony. His favorite drawings were the ones on "notebook p [...]

    3. Cute western tale set in a world where dinosaurs are used similar to how horses are used in the Old West. Some funny parts leading to a predictable but pleasant conclusion. Emerging readers may enjoy this series. Some bodily fluid humor that I might have said was geared to boys until my daughter turned six and started loving that same brand of comedy.

    4. I loved, loved, loved this book about wrangling wild dinosaurs in the wild west. This new chapter book series is sure to be a hit with the children in my library, where dinosaur toys abound and dino make-believe happens everyday. The tone is fast-paced and engaging, and children will want to devour it in a single sitting. There is also some fun STEM application in that all of the dinosaurs are called by their scientific names and described in detail. We will certainly order a copy for our librar [...]

    5. Will Dare’s How To Tame A Triceratops takes us into a world where it’s common for kids to ride dinosaurs. Sounds fun, right? Not if your dinosaur is aptly named “Plodder.”Josh Sanders rides a slow, but reliable, gallimimus named Plodder, but he would really love a faster dinosaur! Josh’s friends are sympathetic to his dino troubles, but bully Amos Wilks takes great joy in teasing Josh about Plodder. Amos rides a fast, mean, club-tailed ankylosaurus named Clubber.Josh discovers that the [...]

    6. I am kind of up in the air with whether or not I like this book. On the one hand, I really enjoyed the concept and the overall story. It was almost a Jack and the Beanstalk retelling, but with a Wild West, dinosaur spin on it. The mom is tough and has a workbench in the kitchen with power tools on it. And, it has an array of good vocabulary words, such as rickety, encountered, rippled, brute, sniggered, scurrying, triumphant, plumes, and trundled. It also included various types of dinosaurs for [...]

    7. How to Tame a Triceratops is a fun book for a young reader. It's short and very easy to read, filled with dinosaur facts and really amusing illustrations. The story takes a little from the How to Train Your Dragon series in style but switches out the dragons for dinosaurs, becoming a hero with become a dino rider, and the viking setting with the wild west.The story is very simple but will easily hold the attention of a middle grade reader (with some crossover appeal for big dinosaur fans like my [...]

    8. This is a quick cute read early chapter book for those kids just getting comfortable with longer books. Some of the dinosaur types will be hard to pronounce and a couple of chapters felt like they didn’t connect as seamlessly as I would like. It felt like the author was hurried to get to the ending.

    9. While my daughter loved it I'm not really thrilled with it. I like stories to encourage thought or reflection of bigger things and while cute, this fell flat for me.

    10. I won this book from a Sourcebooks giveaway and before passing it on to another, probably more appropriate, aged reader - I decided to read it :)How to Tame a Triceratops is the first book in the Middle Grade Dino Riders series. It is about a young boy who lives in a place where it is the wild west with dinosaurs. His family owns a far and he has to herd iguanodon but his mount dino is getting old and he would love to upgrade to a newer, younger, faster dinosaur and as luck would have it there i [...]

    11. What a great concept for a series of children's books. The stories take place in a wild west setting, but with dinosaurs. Who wouldn't enjoy that.Josh helps his family at the Iguanodon ranch using his trusty galimimus Plod. From the name you can tell he is not very fast. When it is announced that there is going to be a big dinosaur race, Josh wants to enter. He needs to figure out where and how he can get a faster dinosaur. When he trades two iguanodons for a Triceratops named Charge, he thinks [...]

    12. Ever wonder what the old west would be like if dinosaurs were still hanging around? If so, then this book is for youd if not, then you should still read this book to see how interesting it could've been."How to Tame a Triceratops" is the first book is a new series set in the wild west where dinosaurs never went extinct. This chapter book is so much fun! Kids ride dinosaurs to school! Ranchers raise Iguanodons! There are even dinosaur races! I really enjoyed this first in what I hope is a long se [...]

    13. Review copy provided by NetGalleyThis series will ideally appeal to the early chapter book crowd, those just advanced enough to venture beyond leveled readers, but still in that general interest level. The story is of a wild west environment populated with dinosaurs, so it is certainly far-fetched on the face of it, but the story really revolves around a child attempting to prove that they are capable of more than they given credit for, a common theme among books for the younger elementary grade [...]

    14. I used my children as the guinea pigs on this one and I'm happy to say, that How to Tame a Triceratops gets three very enthusiastic thumbs up. The storyline is cute, adding in small details that create a vivid imaginary world that allows the readers, and those being read to, to visualize themselves as dino racers themselves. It took us a few bedtimes to get through it, but amazingly it was plead for each night. I'm anxiously hoping there are more books to this series so that we can continue to h [...]

    15. My 2nd grader and I read this book together and he really really loved it. It's the old west with dinosaurs. There are iguanadons, ankylosaurus, pterodactyl and triceratops in this book. You learn fun facts about dinosaurs in the course of the tale. So kids are learning new information without knowing it. My kiddo loved the tale and even asked if we could keep reading. We usually read 20 min per night but we read 40 min the first night and 30 min the 2nd night. It did a great job keeping his att [...]

    16. Dinosaurs meet the old west in How to Train a Triceratops! This adventurous chapter book is the perfect mashup of cowboys and dinosaurs. Josh wants to be the best dino-rider around, just like his idol Terrordactyl Bill, but a few things stand in his way of winning the annual settlement race. First, his trusty dino Plodder is a great dinosaur. He just isn’t fast. Second, the town brute Amos has Clubber, a fast ankylosaur. With the help of his friends Sam and Abi, Josh attempts to go for greatne [...]

    17. Will leave a review closer to publication date.Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for the opportunity to read and leave an honest review about this book.

    18. Fantastic book for a dino lover of any age. I am sure my children will love this book when they are old enough to read it, until then I will continue on in the series for my own enjoyment. The chapters are short enough that they can be read each night before bed, or the whole book read in one sitting. Wonderful illustrations! Lots of great dino facts thrown into the story without making you feel like you are just reading facts. Can't wait to read what other adventures Josh and Charge go on toget [...]

    19. Received from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. What a delightful story of overcoming bullying and various obstacles along the way. A story of knowing your dreams and following them. The illustrations wonderfully complement the narrative. And there are dinosaurs, really what else do you need

    20. My little nephew absolutely loves dinosaurs, as all little boys do, and he is obsessed with cowboys. This series is the perfect story for him. I can't wait for him to read it and to read what happens next.

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