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Illustrated ByMike Spoor
PublisherOxford University Press
Publication date5th January 2012
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Dinosaur Cove 21 : Saving the Scaly Beast
Written by: Rex Stone
Illustrated by: Mike Spoor
Part of the 'Dinosaur Cove' Series
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Julia Eccleshare's comment:
The boys are off on a thrilling new adventure in Dinosaur Cove. This time they meet up again with a gentle and friendly pareiasaurus and discover that it is in deadly danger. Will they be able to save it from the enormous carnivorous anteosaurus that has decided it will make the perfect dinner? Loads of new dinosaur facts spill from the pages of this exciting adventure.
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SynopsisDinosaur Cove 21 : Saving the Scaly Beast by Rex Stone
Are you ready for the best adventure ever? Jamie, Tom and Wanna discover a pareiasaurus in need of their help. It's being attacked by a huge Permian carnivore and is about to become dinner! The boys set a trap and begin their dangerous rescue mission. But will they be able to save the pareiasaurus in time, or will they end up on the menu too?
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. The Bookseller
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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