Plastic dinosaurs, real messes. Read the What the Dinosaurs Did  picture book series from Refe & Susan Tuma.

 

What the Dinosaurs Did At School

IN STORES NOW!

In the follow-up to the hit What the Dinosaurs Did Last Night, everyone's favorite plastic dinosaurs make the trip to school. Each scene is photographed in meticulous detail, letting viewers joyfully suspend disbelief and think to themselves--just LOOK at what these diminutive dinos did at school!

Perfect for kids of all ages—and their parents.

“The Tumas’ neon photographs of toy dinos draped in spaghetti, bouncing on soccer balls and devouring library books are mini-masterpieces of creativity.” — USA Today

 
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What the Dinosaurs Did Last Night: A Very Messy Adventure

A Bank Street College Distinguished Children's Book.

Boasting bright and hilarious photographs, along with a story written from the point of view of an older, wiser sibling, Refe and Susan Tuma's picture book documents a very messy adventure that shows just what the dinosaurs did last night.

★ "The authors may well have created a monster with this deliciously chaotic notion." —Kirkus (starred review)

"Filled with whimsy and imagination, this book will delight children of all ages"—School Library Journal

Watch the book trailer for What the Dinosaurs Did Last Night: A Very Messy Adventure:

 

What the Dinosaurs Did Last Night

Every November, Refe and Susan Tuma work long into the night to bring their four children scenes from the secret lives of their toys -- specifically the nighttime antics of their plastic dinosaurs. Throughout more than 80 photos, the dinosaurs wreck bathrooms, destroy vases, rock out, encounter terrifying hot irons, even do the dishes with hilarious, magical results. Each scene is photographed in meticulous detail, letting viewers joyfully suspend disbelief and think to themselves -- just LOOK what the dinosaurs did last night!

"Hilarious, magical, and simply fabulous."―Amy Joyce, The Washington Post

"One couple's silly plan to thrill their kids went viral. A peek at their new book makes it obvious why."―Dawn Raffel, Reader's Digest