Jack's Mega Machines: The Dinosaur Digger by Alison Ritchie
  

Jack's Mega Machines: The Dinosaur Digger

Written by Alison Ritchie
Illustrated by Mike Byrne

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A welcome addition to the popular series about Jack and his passion for diggers. This time, Jack fixes up his digger and sets of into the world of…dinosaurs. It’s deadly dangerous and Jack needs all his skill to keep himself safe the from Tyrannosaurus Rex and to stop his digger getting stuck in the mud. Readers will love playing with their own monster machine which is attached to the inside of the book.

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Synopsis

Jack's Mega Machines: The Dinosaur Digger by Alison Ritchie

Jack is an awesome mechanic whose workshop is unlike any other, when he drives through its magic doors he has thrilling adventures! Today Jack has to fix a digger, but when he takes it for a test drive he is transported into a land of dangerous dinosaurs. Will Jack be able to escape the terrible T-Rex in his dinosaur digger?

There are 4 books in the Jack's Mega Machines series...

Supersonic Submarine
Mighty Monster Truck

About the Author

Alison Ritchie

Alison Ritchie works as a freelance editor and writer and has published several children’s books. She lives in an Oxfordshire village with her two children and dog.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Alison Ritchie
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Publisher

Simon & Schuster Childrens Books an imprint of Simon & Schuster Ltd

Publication date

3rd January 2013

ISBN

9780857075680

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