Many librarians have voiced concern that not enough boys (compared to the number of girls) visit their libraries. My library programs draw at least as many if not more boys than girls, so you could try some of these storytime ideas that I know appeal to boys! More boys than girls are kinetic learners, so they need a hands-on project to help them relate to the storytime. Dinosaur art projects can be found very easily on Enchanted Learning.
DINOSAURS, DINOSAURS by Bryon Barton. Even toddlers enjoy this clear and simple description of various types of dinosaurs.
DINORELLA by Pamela Duncan Edwards. Dinosaurs stand in for people in this spoof of Cinderella. The main character resembles a diplodocus helped by her Fairydactyl.
TEN LITTLE DINOSAURS by Pattie Schnetzler. Learn the real names of dinosaurs in this counting book.
DINOSAILORS by Deb Lund. Some seasick dinosaurs decide to bring their ship home.
DINOSAUR DAYS by Linda Manning. Each day of the week some mischievous dinosaurs wreak havoc at a girl’s house.
HOW DO DINOSAURS SAY GOODNIGHT? by Jane Yolen. A very brief, amusing rhyme about dinosaurs going to bed. Also try HOW DO DINOSAURS GET WELL SOON?