We Don't Eat Our Classmates

We Don't Eat Our Classmates

Book - 2018 | First edition
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When the class pet bites the finger of Penelope, a tyrannosaurus rex, she finally understands why she should not eat her classmates, no matter how tasty they are.
Publisher: Los Angeles ; New York : Disney-Hyperion, 2018
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781368003551
1368003559
Branch Call Number: E HIGG
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 24 x 32 cm
Alternative Title: We do not eat our classmates

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janec1981
Sep 22, 2020

Very cute book about a little girl dinosaur who wants to make friends at her new school of humans. She tries to fit in, but has a hard time due to some instinctive nature. But learns kindness and understanding goes a long way to make friends.

What a great, fun book! I love the illustrations! The fact that the main character is the only dinosaur in her classroom of children is hilarious to me!

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valerierosealexis
Aug 29, 2020

This book was hilarious and the illustrations made it even funnier! My daughter and I really enjoyed this book! It talks about not eating your classmates but we replaced it with no bitting classmates.

ArapahoeMaryA Jul 25, 2019

A fun story with some great reminders about the importance of being kind and considerate. Perfect for kids going into kindergarten, but an entertaining read for just about anybody.

SCL_Alli Jul 12, 2019

This book is not only hilarious but well written, clever and has a great message. Both parents and children will appreciate how this book takes a seemingly boring topic like biting is not ok and turns it into a funny and somewhat cheeky story about a young dinosaur who can't seem to stop herself from eating her classmates and then doesn't understand why she has no friends. It's a favourite in my house for all ages!

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Margaret Mullin
Jul 04, 2019

A pointed lesson about being nice to others coupled with great perspective (both in the sizes of the characters and in understanding how others feel). Though there is a strong lesson, young readers (and listeners) will love the humor inherent in a t-rex going to school in a class of human children.

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ruggyduggy
Jun 09, 2019

This a beautifully illustrated book with a good message that was very highly rated (it is also the rare, sought after picture book that has so many holds and took me forever to check out). It just didn't resonate with the children I shared it with compared to "The Giant Jumperee" which they loved. Maybe it is more popular with boys.

IndyPL_LindsayH May 19, 2019

This book is hilarious, but also has a great message. Penelope, the T-Rex, is in a class full of children and she has a tough controlling her appetite around them. By the end of the book she learns that is not fun to be a snack.

JCLHeatherC May 14, 2019

Sometimes you need a reminder as to why it isn't nice to do things to others. This is that cute reminder.

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Nigiri
May 06, 2019

Very well done. Every illustration is adorable and fun, and the humor is just the right mix of almost-but-not-actually dark. Maybe there was a lesson in there but I was having too much fun to notice.

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ArapahoeMaryA Jul 25, 2019

Sometimes it's hard to make friends, said her dad. Especially if you eat them. You see, Penelope, children are the same as us on the inside. Just tastier.

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