Bob the Littlest Dinosaur is a fantastic read aloud book for the smaller ones and lets the older ones, that want to hold the book and read it for themselves, learn that sometimes being small is an advantage and don’t be in too big of a hurry to grow up, while sharing charming illustrations that made me want to pick Bob up and cuddle him, like I would a little puppy.
Tired of being the smallest dinosaur, Bob sets out on an adventure to change his appearance. After facing many obstacles, Bob decides that being small isn’t as bad as he thought it was.
I love Bob and the Color Fairy and in its simplicity, it shows the little ones that being different can be a fun thing, because when everything is the same, the world can seem awful gray, drab and dull, while color and differences are what keeps the world so interesting, as the illustrations will show.
When the wizards steals all the color from Bob’s home, the littlest dinosaur goes in search of the color fairies. But when they refuse to help simply because he’s different, he has to find another way to restore the colors.