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Author(s): Mike Brownlow
A stomping, chomping dinosaur romp from the creators of the multi-award-winning, bestselling Ten Little Pirates.
Ten little dinosaurs set off in search of adventure. But what will the ten little dinosaurs do when then meet a grumpy triceratops? And a stomping diplodocus? And a HUNGRY t-rex?
Meet all your favourite dinosaurs in this romping prehistoric adventure. With lots of things to spot and count on every page, this noisy rhyming story from the creators of the bestselling Ten Little Pirates is perfect for sharing again and again.
'Count along with these adventurous dinosaurs in roaringly funny rhymes.'
'Brilliant to help teach children recognise numbers.'
'Riotous fun... Sure to raise a roar of approval'
Count along with these adventurous dinosaurs in roaringly funny rhymes The Independent Brilliant to help teach children recognise numbers Huffington Post A fun and appealing counting book that children won't want to put down the Bookbag With Simon Rickerty's charming and bold illustrations and Mike Brownlow's noisy rhyming text, this book is perfect to be read time and time again by all young dinosaur lovers Surrey Advertiser A raucous riot of colour and fun Dad.Info
Mike Brownlow is the creator of many books for children. He wrote and illustrated the picture book Little Robots, which was turned into a major animated TV show for CBeebies and screened in over 70 countries worldwide. Other titles include Mickey Moonbeam, Dog Did It! and The Big White Book. Mike lives in Somerset. Simon Rickerty graduated from The Royal College of Art in 2006 with a Master's degree in Communication Art and Design. His first picture book, Peas, written by Andy Cullen, was published in 2009 and shortlisted for the Booktrust Early Years Award. Simon has gone on to illustrate many more highly acclaimed books for children, including Ten Little Pirates, winner of the Nottingham Children's Book Prize, and Monkey Nut, winner of the Roald Dahl Funny Prize. He lives in Somerset.