Praise for How Do Dinosaurs Say Merry Christmas
"Yolen's characteristically wry verse is flawless in its rhyme and rhythm, and as in the earlier outings, the art's buttoned-up 1950s fashions and furnishings provide a comical visual contrast to the outlandish, brightly colored dinosaurs."
"A deceptively simple rhyming text . . . serves as a sturdy foundation for the brilliantly humorous illustrations. As with the earlier books, children will love seeing what sorts of trouble the dinosaurs get into while appreciating the loving familial feeling that comes from celebrating the holiday together." —School Library Journal
"Bouncy rhymes and humorous illustrations—the images of vivacious large-scale dinosaurs alongside the staid, rather Rockwellian humans are consistently funny—combine to make welcome entries in Yolen and Teague's Dinosaurs series and in holiday book collections." —Horn Book
"[A] rollicking romp . . . Those naughty dinosaurs have the most fun, and their fans will be waiting to see what they get up to next." —Kirkus
"The series' star attractions are Teague's colorful and playful dinosaurs, not to be found in any museum." —USA Today