Trouble at the Dinosaur Cafe by Brian Moses, Garry Parsons
  

Synopsis

Trouble at the Dinosaur Cafe by Brian Moses, Garry Parsons

All is quiet in the Dinosaur Cafe until big bully Tyrannosaurus bursts in, demanding more than vegetarian fare! After he threatens to put all the herbivores into a dinosaur stew, they decide to retaliate and call in their secret weapon - Terry Triceratops who delivers a whack and a smack and a three-pronged attack! And with big bully T-Rex cowering in the corner, the rest of the dinosaurs join in and tickle him till he's helpless with laughter. As T-Rex eventually escapes, he agrees to end his bullying ways. A triumph for the peace-loving dinos!

About the Author

Brian Moses writes and edits poetry and picture books for children. He runs writing workshops and performs his own poetry in schools nationwide. His poetry is featured extensively in anthologies and in programmes for schools on BBC Radio. Garry Parsons is a young and increasingly popular illustrator. Having trained in animation, he is now known for his successful picture books including Billy's Bucket (Random), Emily's Perfect Pet (Gullane), and the forthcoming Stuck in the Mud which Puffin is publishing in 2006.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Brian Moses, Garry Parsons
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Publisher

Puffin an imprint of Penguin Books Ltd

Publication date

1st March 2007

ISBN

9780140569940


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