The Dinosaur Games by David Bedford
  

Synopsis

The Dinosaur Games by David Bedford

Titus the T-Rex is ready for the Great Dinosaur Games. He may only be young, but he's a tough lizard king and he's out to win everything! Or so he thinks ...He's not built for hurdles and swimming isn't easy when you've never learnt how. But with a meteor on its way to Earth, everything is set to change. Titus may not win a race, but he might just save one! A funny, fast-paced rhyming text with spectacular sporty illustrations.

About the Author

David Bedford

David Bedford was born in Devon, in the south-west of England, in 1969.

After school, David went to university and became a scientist. His first job was as a NATO Scholar scientist in America, where he worked on discovering new antibiotics.

David has always loved to read and decided to start writing stories himself. After a while, he left his science job and began writing full time. He has now had over 15 books published, which have been translated into many languages around the world.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: 3

Author

David Bedford
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Author's Website

www.childrensauthor.co.uk/

Publisher

Macmillan Children's Books an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

7th June 2012

ISBN

9780230756335


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