My Dino Ate My homework!: A story about the fun of learning

Ingrid Sawubona

"Look out! My dino’s just gobbled and polished off my homework, and now he’s looking for more! So hide your book reports, cover your textbooks and lock up all your magazines! And for goodness’ sake, keep both hands on the ketchup!” "My Dino Ate My Homework" is a read-and-laugh-out-loud book written in rhyme, perfect for imaginative children and their parents. Each page has colorful text and illustrations, (loads of them, to be honest) and believe it or not; this silly story might just actually convince your child that doing his/her homework, can literally become an adventure in itself. For ages 5-ish to 9-ish.

26 pages

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17 days ago

Instead of helping the boy with his homework, the dinosaur eats it all up as a tasty afternoon snack. The dinosaur absorbs all the information, making him very smart, and he passes this new knowledge onto the boy.

I’m a little partial to dinosaur books, so I wanted to read this one as soon as I saw it. I enjoyed reading it and sharing it with my kids.

The text rhymes throughout the story, and contains some interesting factoids. My five year olds thought it was pretty funny, especially when the dino did the eating! I learnt that Maine only has one state neighbour, New Hampshire, which I did not know before.

The illustrations are really good. There are pictures on every page, which are detailed and clear, with great use of colour and shading. The boy’s hair and freckles are great! The pictures are also relevant to the adjacent text. My only complaint is that the picture of the food chain is incorrectly depicted as a cycle, rather than an hierarchy.

My Dino Ate My Homework is suitable for preschool and lower primary school children. It was enjoyable to read aloud with my little fellas, and has already been requested for a re-read at bed-time.

*I received this book as a digital copy from the author, who asked me for an honest review of this book. I did not receive any other remuneration, and the review is composed entirely of my own opinions.