How Do Dinosaurs Get Well Soon?


Teague’s funny, full-color illustrations are dominated by the creatures and lift the lightly didactic to the highly entertaining as human parents care for their dino charges in children’s bedrooms filled with toys, clothes, shoes, books, and a nervous cat, or in a doctor’s office.–School Library Journal


Broach, Elise. When Dinosaurs Came with Everything. Atheneum, 2007.

Cherry, Lynne. Who’s Sick Today? Dutton, 1988.

Dodson, Peter. An Alphabet of Dinosaurs. Scholastic, 1995.

Edwards, Pamela Duncan. Dinorella: A Prehistoric Fairy Tale. Hyperion, 1997.

Gibbons, Gail. Dinosaurs. Holiday House, 2008.

Hearn, Diane Dawson. Dad’s Dinosaur Day. Macmillan, 1993.

Hoff, Syd. Danny and the Dinosaur. HarperCollins, 1986.

LeGuin, Ursula K. A Visit from Dr. Katz. Atheneum, 1988.

McMullan, Kate. I’m Bad! HarperCollins, 2008.

Most, Bernard. How Big Were the Dinosaurs? Harcourt, 1994.

Nolan, Dennis. Dinosaur Dreams. Macmillan, 1990.

Rohmann, Eric. Time Flies. Crown, 1994.

Shields, Carol Diggory. Saturday Night at the Dinosaur Stomp. Candlewick, 1997.

Stickland, Paul, and Henrietta Stickland. Dinosaur Roar! Dutton, 1994.

Talbott, Hudson. We’re Back! Crown, 1987.

Thomas, Shelley Moore. Get Well, Good Knight. Dutton, 2002.

Wallace, Karen. I Am a Tyrannosaurus. Atheneum, 2004.

Wells, Rosemary. Felix Feels Better. Candlewick, 2001.

Whybrow, Ian. Sammy and the Dinosaurs. Orchard, 1999.

Willems, Mo. Edwina, the Dinosaur Who Didn’t Know She Was Extinct. Hyperion, 2006.

Yolen, Jane. How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night? Blue Sky/Scholastic, 2000. (And others in the How Do Dinosaurs series.)