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T Is for Terrible

McCarty, Peter (Book - 2004 )
Average Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5.
T Is for Terrible
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A tyrannosaurus rex explains that he cannot help it that he is enormous and hungry and is not a vegetarian. I am a dinosaur, otherwise known as a terrible lizard. I do not know why I am so terrible. From a Caldecott Medal honoree comes the story of an endearing Tyrannosaurus rex who wonders why he can't be a vegetarian Tyrannosaurus rex is a terrible dinosaur; of this, everyone is certain. But is this dinosaur really so terrible? He IS very big and very hungry. True, he might even eat his neighbors for lunch. But from his point of view, he can't help it. After all, he's not a vegetarian . . . T Is for Terrible is the story of an introspective dinosaur. With droll humor in both the text and illustrations, Peter McCarty shows us why dinosaurs are the obsession of children everywhere. His not so terrible. T. rex is one of the most irresistible children's book dinosaurs to appear since the Mesozoic era.
Authors: McCarty, Peter
Title: T is for terrible
Publisher: New York : Henry Holt, c2004.
Edition: 1st ed.
Characteristics: [32] p. :,col. ill. ;,24 cm.
Content Type: text
Media Type: unmediated
Carrier Type: volume
Summary: A tyrannosaurus rex explains that he cannot help it that he is enormous and hungry and is not a vegetarian. I am a dinosaur, otherwise known as a terrible lizard. I do not know why I am so terrible. From a Caldecott Medal honoree comes the story of an endearing Tyrannosaurus rex who wonders why he can't be a vegetarian Tyrannosaurus rex is a terrible dinosaur; of this, everyone is certain. But is this dinosaur really so terrible? He IS very big and very hungry. True, he might even eat his neighbors for lunch. But from his point of view, he can't help it. After all, he's not a vegetarian . . . T Is for Terrible is the story of an introspective dinosaur. With droll humor in both the text and illustrations, Peter McCarty shows us why dinosaurs are the obsession of children everywhere. His not so terrible. T. rex is one of the most irresistible children's book dinosaurs to appear since the Mesozoic era.
Local Note: 14 15
ISBN: 080507404X
Statement of Responsibility: Peter McCarty
Subject Headings: Dinosaurs Juvenile fiction. Tyrannosaurus rex Juvenile fiction.
Topical Term: Dinosaurs
Tyrannosaurus rex
LCCN: 2003018246
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Aug 04, 2010
  • Ubalstecha rated this: 4.5 stars out of 5.

This is a lovely book about accepting yourself for who you are. The main character of this book explains that it is not his fault he is terrible, that people judge him on how he looks and what he eats. Nice to include in a unit on acceptance.

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