For their latest book, Kansas City-based authors Refe and Susan Tuma decided to see what would happen when those same curious dinosaurs ended up at school! The Tumas came to a very special storytime at the Central Library on July 25 to read their new book What the Dinosaurs Did at School.
More than 160 kids, parents, and caregivers came to hear what happened when the dinosaurs got loose at school during the night and made their way around through the vents. Storytime attendees were delighted to see their beloved Central Library pop up on one of the pages, showing what the dinosaurs do when they are left to their own devices. The Tumas used the second-floor children’s library as location for the school library scene. You can see the chaos below!
Every November, Refe and Susan work through the night to capture scenes from the secret lives of their children’s dinosaurs. They call it “Dinovember.” What the Dinosaurs Did at School and What the Dinosaurs Did Last Night are both available in retail outlets nationwide, and of course available for checkout at the Kansas City Public Library.