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It’s a fact: kids love dinosaurs. There’s just something about these big, scary, extinct creatures that kids can’t seem to get enough of. So why not incorporate their love for big jagged teeth and soaring Pterodactyls into their nightly bedtime stories? Here’s our picks for 5 dino-tastic book apps from Oceanhouse Media!




The Lost Dinosaur Bone – Little Critter
Little Critter embarks on a field trip to the Museum of Natural History! Will he find the Triceratops bone that is missing from the dinosaur exhibit?





Oh Say Can You Say Di-no-saur?
Put on your digging caps and join the Cat in the Hat on an expedition millions of years back in time to find dinosaur fossils. Then travel to the modern day Super Dino Museum, where you’ll discover amazing facts and stunning visuals of some of your favorite dinosaurs!




The Berenstain Bears Dinosaur Dig
Brother and Sister Bear visit the Bearsonian Museum when a real dinosaur dig is taking place! What sort of fossils will they find? A Stegosaurus? A Spinosaurus? The mighty Tyrannosaurus rex? Dig in with the Berenstain Bears and find out!




Alphabet of Dinosaurs
Learn about dinosaurs with duck-bills, club tails, spiked bodies and more in this one of a kind Alphabet of Dinosaurs storybook app. From Ankylosaurus to Zigongosaurus, and everything in between, there is so much for kids to learn about this prehistoric world.





It’s Tyrannosaurus Rex
Join Tyrannosaurus Rex, the fiercest predator in all the land, as she shatters the stillness of the prehistoric forest with a loud, pounding sound!



Other Smithsonian Dinosaur apps:
Triceratops Gets Lost
A Busy Day for Stegosaurus
Velociraptor: Small and Speedy


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