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    Donald Carrick,Carol Carrick
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    Clarion Books; 1st edition (March 17, 1986)
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    32 pages
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Carrick, Carol; Carrick, Donald, il. Patrick (Fictitious character : Carrick), Dinosaurs, Patrick (Fictitious character : Carrick).

Carrick, Carol; Carrick, Donald, ill. Publication date. New York : Clarion Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Carol Carrick (Author), Donald Carrick (Illustrator). The talented team that brought readers Patrick's Dinosaurs and What Happened to Patrick's Dinosaurs? have collaborated on a highly imaginative, humorous picture book interpretation of the early days of paleontology. Professor Potts and his family find some large bones on a trip to the American West in the late 19th century.

Fascinated with dinosaurs, Patrick imagines that at one time dinosaurs . Donald Carrick, Carol Carrick. Place of Publication -What Happened To Patrick& (US IMPORT) BOOK NEW -Carrick, Carol/ Carrick, D. .

Fascinated with dinosaurs, Patrick imagines that at one time dinosaurs were great friends of people. A fanciful explanation of the life and times of dinosaurs, as told by a boy to his older brother, this imaginative flight is a saurian delight. Place of Publication. Boston -What Happened To Patrick& (US IMPORT) BOOK NEW -Carrick, Carol/ Carrick, D.

Start by marking What Happened to Patrick's Dinosaurs . Fun book where a couple of brothers imagine what happened to the dinosaurs. Patrick wonders what happened to the Dinosaurs and has a few ideas of his own. Read it to see if you have thought the same thing

Start by marking What Happened to Patrick's Dinosaurs? as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Oct 20, 2012 Candace Carr added it. Shelves: science-literature. I would read this book to a third or fourth grade classroom about a unit on fossils and dinosaurs. It's a fun book to read to students about different types of dinosaurs that existed before. Read it to see if you have thought the same thing.

Carol Carrick has written more than twenty-five well-received books for Clarion, including PATRICK'S DINOSAURS, one of the many books illustrated by her late husband, Donald Carrick. She lives in West Tisbury, Massachusetts. Donald Carrick has illustrated many children's books. He lives in Edgartown, Massachusetts. School Library Journal, Starred.

Book: What the Dinosaurs Did Last Night. by Refe and Susan Tuma Photo illustrations. Book: What Happened to Patrick's Dinosaur? by Carol Carrick Illustrated by Donald Carrick. dp/B00I828ADG/ref tmm kin swatch 0? encoding UTF8&sr 8-1&qid 1414679182.

Carol Carrick (Carrick, Carol). used books, rare books and new books. by Carol Carrick, Donald Carrick. Find all books by 'Carol Carrick' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Carol Carrick'. ISBN 9780395294314 (978-0-395-29431-4) Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1980. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. com has become a leading book price comparison site

Fascinated with dinosaurs, Patrick imagines that at one time dinosaurs were great friends of people.

Buy both Patrick books at the same time. This one is even nicer that the first one. It is silly and wonderful and the illustrations are grand. The dinos are the stars of the book and they positively shine! My 4 soon to be 5 grandson has worn out the pages of the used copy I bought...which has an inscription in it from some other grandma to her grandson...a detail that only added to the charm of the book. This is pure man-beast love affair stuff as the dinos knock themselves out making the world a better place and between the covers of this book they succeed.
Fun book
This book is very well written and contains a great story. When kids want to read it repeatedly, I value it as a great book!
very good story
This story worked well with my kindergarten class. The book was clearly second hand, but as described, was in good condition.
I bought this book for my 5-year-old who had recently become very fond of dinosaurs. What I didn't realize is how closely the character Patrick would mirror my son. My son can make up stories all day about incredible things. I was actually a little bit concerned that he lacked a grasp on reality. Listening to Patrick weave a detailed far-fetched story about how dinosaurs and man lived together one time with the dinosaurs taking care of the people like pets and then what finally became of them, I realized that my son was a normal after all! :-)

The story is well written from the child's point of view and entertaining for both children and adults. I don't give this good review lightly. I have been seriously disappointed in most of what passes for children's literature these days and this book is the kind of story that makes it fun to read and listen to.
Such wonderful illustrations and a great children's story for anybody who loves dinosaurs. He loved the first book so I had to buy the second one. I wish they wrote more and continued the adventure I would buy them all.
First, regarding the 3 stars -- the book itself is wonderful and deserves at least 5 stars, but this particular edition of the book (ISBN 0-440-84404-5) is crummy, and deserves 0 stars.

I borrowed the hardcover edition (ISBN 0-89919-406-0) of this title from the library, and we liked it so much I decided to buy a used one. The hardcover is out of print and was running around $20 used when I looked, so I went with this paperback edition.

Little did I know it was a crummy staple-bound book club edition. In addition to the cheap binding, the paper stock is also much cheaper than the harcover's paper, so the wonderful illustrations don't look as good. The library book isn't due back yet, so I have both here to compare them side by side. The paper on the staple-bound edition is also so thin that illustrations on the other side of some pages show through too much. On the plus side, the illustrations are the same size as in the hardcover.

Just now. I searched Amazon.com on the hardcover's ISBN (0-89919-406-0), and found them selling for pennies. I ordered one for one cent in excellent condition and not even ex-library. I don't know why that listing didn't show up in my original search a week or so ago, when I searched on the title.

If you are considering buying a used copy of this paperback, I urge you to search Amazon.com on "0-89919-406-0" and buy a used copy of that library hardcover instead.