Ten Terrible Dinosaurs by Henrietta Stickland, Paul Stickland


Ten Terrible Dinosaurs by Henrietta Stickland, Paul Stickland

Ten terrible dinosaurs standing in a line, soon began to mess about, until there were ...nine! A cracking companion to the bestselling dinosaur-classic, Dinosaur Roar!, this is a crazy, colourful countdown of dinosaurs. There are endless giggles to be had as one naughty dinosaur after another disappears, only to reappear for a very noisy surprise ending! Part of the Dinosaur Roar! series, published in association with the Natural History Museum.

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Entertaining characters full of action and bravado fly and stomp across the pages in a cavorting dance of delight, ending with the satisfying roar when they all come back together. Clever use of pattern and colour make this crazy and exuberant tale a naughty delight. Kids will love it. Books for Keeps

About the Author

Henrietta Stickland has been creating children's books for thirty years, both as an author and also as a publisher specialising in new writers and illustrators. She lives on the Somerset/ Dorset border with her four sons and a menagerie of animals. Paul Stickland is an illustrator, author and pop-up book engineer. Since leaving school he has had a long and illustrious career with his drawings and illustrations, working on many different projects but he is best known for his work in children's books, most notably as the illustrator of the modern classic Dinosaur Roar! He lives in Dorset with his wife and young daughter.

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48 pages
Interest Age: From 2


Henrietta Stickland, Paul Stickland
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Publication date

9th October 2014



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