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Cookiesaurus Rex (Cookiesaurus Rex, Book 1) (Board book)
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As soon as Cookiesaurus Rex comes out of the oven, he declares himself King of All Cookies. He should be frosted before all of the standard-shaped cookies, in a nice bright green. But the other cookies are getting sprinkles, or shiny stars, or even gumdrops . . . WAIT ONE STINKIN' STOMPIN' MINUTE! Cookiesaurus wants a do-over. Problem is, he might not end up with the kind of "do" he wants. Readers will love the funny back-and-forth between this cheeky cookie and the hand that frosts him. See who gets his licks in at the end! The board book edition features a fun and eye-catching die-cut bite in the upper righthand corner.
About the Author
Amy Fellner Dominy (amydominy.com) is an author of teen and tween novels, including DIE FOR YOU, A MATTER OF HEART, AUDITION & SUBTRACTION, and OyMG, a Sydney Taylor Notable Book for Teens. Amy is a former advertising copywriter and earned an MFA in playwriting. Her plays for adults and children have been staged across the country. Amy lives with her family in Phoenix, Arizona.
Nate Evans (nateevans.com) is the author or author-illustrator of more than forty children's books, including PONYELLA with Laura Numeroff. His most recent picture book is BANG! BOOM ROAR! A Busy Crew of Dinosaurs. Before turning to his true love--children's books--he was a greeting card artist. Nate is also a seventh grade English teacher and loves to share his passion for books with students. He lives in Gilbert, Arizona.
AG Ford (agfordillustration.com) is a New York Times best-selling illustrator and the recipient of two NAACP Image Awards. He has published more than fifteen children's books, with such authors as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Sharon Robinson, Ilyasah Shabazz, Martin Luther King III, Nick Cannon, Jonah Winter, and Archbishop Desmond Tutu. He lives in Frisco, Texas, with his wife, Brandy, and their son, Maddox.
"Ford's bright and funny illustrations perfectly complement Dominy and Evans' tongue-in-cheek text. The cheeky dino is full of personality and spunk, and his facial expressions are priceless."—Kirkus Reviews