Review: Bronto and the Pterodactyl Eggs

Posted on May 22, 2012


Bronto and the Pterodactyl Eggs
By Charlotte Vivian Rodenberg
Craigmore Creations
May 2012
32 pages

One day while munching leaves on the treetops, Bronto the Apatosaurus discovers a nest of blue eggs. Bronto is kind and smart. He lives in the Jurassic Period and knows there are many things that could harm the little eggs. He protects them during the long night but he dreams about a great volcano. The next day while he searches for the mother pterodactyl the earth shakes and the volcano erupts. Bronto hurries back to the tree with a good idea to rescue the eggs. Rosenberg’s impressive watercolor and ink illustrations animate earth’s lush and rapidly evolving landscape with vibrancy and color. Bronto and the Pterodactyl Eggs is sweet story that shows the importance of helping the weakest ones through a dangerous and changing world. Young dinosaur fans will fall in love with big-hearted Bronto.

Copyright (c) 2012 by Peggy Tibbetts

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