Tyrannosaurus Rex is a natural history graphic novel written by Ted Rechlin and produced by RexTooth Studios. It presents information about the biological needs and habits of a t-rex, but in a visual format. This is great for visual learners and readers who prefer more pictures over less. The art work is very good-not too cartoony, not overly realistic. The writing is informational, but not dry, so kids don't get bored a few pages in. One of the neatest things about the book is that there is a foreword by Sue the T-Rex from The Field Museum in Chicago. Both of the little chicks enjoyed reading this book.
Itty Bitty Kitty at Home is a rhyming story written by Zona B. Taylor. It is charmingly illustrated, and in it, the reader follows a very small kitten through her home and her day as she plays, naps, and eats, then gets ready for bed. The littlest chick loves rhyming books, and this wasn't an exception-she is also "itty bitty" so she liked that part of the book. It makes for a good short bedtime read to get the chicks into a quiet(er) frame of mind and ready to sleep.