The adorable and indomitable Tiny T. Rex from the critically acclaimed Tiny T. Rex and The Impossible Hug is back in a tale about friendship and overcoming your fears.
Tiny T. Rex and his friend Pointy are having a campout in the backyard!
It is what best friends do. But without their nighty-lights, the dark
outside suddenly seems VERY dark . . . and very full of spooky things.
Good thing Tiny has a super-secret plan to keep the dark at bay! Full of
warmth and plenty of laughs, this new adventure starring Tiny T. Rex
shows that friends will always find a way to face their fears
together-even when those fears are not what they seem!
* A great read-aloud book for parents and children
* Hip, colorful art and delightful text make Tiny T. Rex an instant favorite of any dinosaur-loving toddler.
* A perfect book to help toddlers and children overcome a fear of the dark
Fans of silly picture books like Dinosaur vs Bedtime , We Don't Eat Our Classmates , and Llama Destroys the World will love the sweet spirit and continuing adventures of Tiny T. Rex.
Tiny T-Rex! He may be a small dino in a BIG world, but that won't stop
him from making friends, conquering his fears, and stomping his way into
* Read-aloud books for ages 3-5
* Dinosaur picture books for kids
* Friendship books for toddlers
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Tiny, it will be dark soon. Yes, Pointy. Soon it will be very dark.
Jonathan Stutzman (Author)
Jonathan Stutzman is an award-winning filmmaker and a picture book author. He has writing credits on Joseph Gordon-Levitt's Emmy-winning variety show HitRECord on tv (Pivot). Jonathan is a contributing writer to HitRECord's best-selling collection the Tiny Book of Tiny Stories (Vol 1-3). He recei
Susan Hood is the author of more than 200 children's books, including Ada's Violin: The Story of the Recycled Orchestra of Paraguay, illustrated by Sally Wern Comport, and Spike, the Mixed-up Monster, illustrated by Melissa Sweet. She has worked as the children's content director of Nick Jr. magazine and as an editor at Instructor magazine, Scholastic and SeMore about Jay Fleck