Kirkus reviews Benny the Bananasaurus Rex, written by Sarabeth Holden and illustrated by Emma Pedersen.
“The illustrations are charming, especially the impressive bananasaurus rex, its arms made of a peeling banana, its tail the stem. The book’s silliness is its strength; it will certainly reach imaginative little readers who might themselves be obsessed with a particular creature, costume, or food. Brown-skinned, brown-haired Benny uses the Inuktitut words for mother (Anaana) and grandmother (Anaanatsiaq), asking his Anaanatsiaq about the word for banana. . . . Deliciously playful and imaginative.”
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