Pinky and Rex

Pinky and Rex

Book - 1990
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Rex and her best friend Pinky, each the proud possessor of twenty-seven stuffed animals or dinosaurs, find their visit to the museum and its gift shop complicated by Pinky's little sister Amanda.
Publisher: New York : Atheneum, 1990
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780689314544
9780689823480
0689823487
068931454X
Characteristics: 38 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Sweet, Melissa - Illustrator
Alternative Title: Beginning to read

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elloyd74
Sep 08, 2010

Pinky's favorite color is pink. He has a pink bike, and he loooves his stuffed animals. His best friend, Rex, is a girl who loves dinosaurs. This particular book has them squabbling over a pink dinosaur souvenir at a museum. Not technically picture books, the Pinky and Rex tales are somewhere between challenging easy readers and very basic chapter books. Pinky's affinity for pink and stuffed animals are presented simply, just as an obsession with baseball would be. "Pinky and Rex and the Bully," a later book in the series, addresses what it's like to be bullied for liking things not popularly considered cool for your gender nicely. Pinky *really* gets bullied in that book, called a "girl" and a "sissy" and told he "might turn into a girl." Everyone around him, bully excepted, is supportive and assures him it's okay to be who he is. Will work just fine as a read-aloud to the 5-yr-old crowd. These are by the same "James Howe" who writes the Bunnicula books. He's pure awesome.

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