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I’m Not.

January 6, 2011

I’m Not.

Written by Pam Smallcomb

Illustrated by Robert Weinstock

Published 2011

Synopsis/Review:

I don’t often review picture books but I had to say something about this book I happened to pick up while browsing at a bookstore.  It’s adorable.  Two dinosaurs are best friends even though they are very different from each other.  One dinosaur feels she can’t compete with her friend who is creative, athletic, and energetic.  But she soon realizes that she has other talents that her friend is missing.  This is a high-quality picture book with everything you look for: it’s funny, has great illustrations that add to the pleasure of the story itself, and projects a very sweet message that is important for all kids to know.

Rating:

5 boots!  I need a copy of this right now and I and my kids will read it again and again.

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