Dinosaur Cove 14 : Clash of the Monster Crocs by Rex Stone

Dinosaur Cove 14 : Clash of the Monster Crocs

Written by Rex Stone

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The dinosaurs in Dinosaur Cove are unusual: they are ALIVE! Jamie, Tom and Wanna can slip back into the Triassic period where they are on the trail of an enormous prehistoric crocodile. The crocodile is a dangerous creature and it takes all the boys cunning – and some luck – to escape from disaster!

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Dinosaur Cove 14 : Clash of the Monster Crocs by Rex Stone

The boys and Wanna are off on another adventure in the steamy Triassic and are on the lookout for a Postosuchus, also known as the 'running crocodile'. They eventually track down not one but two of the enormous crocs and scramble up the nearest tree to get a birds' eye view. The ferocious beasts are fighting over their lunch, but when Wanna falls from the tree and into the water, it looks as though he's going to be crocodile pudding unless the boys can do something to save him... Join Jamie, Tom and Wanna in this latest exciting instalment of the fantastic Dinosaur Cove series.


What every dinosaur-mad child has been waiting for-a young fiction series that really knows its Tyrannosaurus from its Triceratops. The Guardian Dinosaur Cove ... has the potential to follow a Rainbow Magic-style trajectory. The slick, desirable packaging makes this stand out from the crowd. Becky Stradwick, Borders Dinosaur Cove rules! Tom, aged 8

About the Author

Rex Stone is the pseudonym used by Working Partners, the creators of Rainbow Magic and other successful series like Animal Ark.

Illustrator Mike Spoor grew up in Northumberland and it was during holidays to the Lake District with his grandparents that he first found a love for drawing. After attending Art College and working as a landscape architect Mike trained as a teacher. He moved to Australia and spent his time flying all over the country to run ceramics workshops. Now, after swapping ceramics for illustration, Mike is back in England and has illustrated many hundreds of books. He considers himself a craftsman rather than a ‘serious’ artist because he is best at drawing scratchy unfinished humorous ideas.

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80 pages


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Oxford University Press

Publication date

4th March 2010




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