The Ugly Duckling Dinosaur A Prehistoric Tale by Cheryl Bardoe, Doug Kennedy
  

Synopsis

The Ugly Duckling Dinosaur A Prehistoric Tale by Cheryl Bardoe, Doug Kennedy

Once upon a time, seven tiny duck beaks pecked their way out of their eggs, but the eighth egg was a little bit different ...he wasn't a duck at all, but a dinosaur! Everyone notices how different he is. He's got no waddle! His teeth are too big! He's a monster. Feeling ugly and like an outcast, the dinosaur duckling leaves his family and ventures out on his own. Over time he grows even bigger, but still has trouble finding his rightful home until one day he wanders upon other dinosaurs that look just like him. Turns out he's a T-Rex! A humorous and loving take on The Ugly Duckling that also features dinosaur information.

About the Author

Cheryl Bardoe is the author of Abrams' Gregor Mendel: The Friar Who Grew Peas and Mammoths and Mastodons: Titans of the Ice Age. She lives in Chicago. Doug Kennedy has collaborated on a number of books with his sister, Kim, including the Pirate Pete books and Hee-Haw-Dini and the Great Zambini.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Cheryl Bardoe, Doug Kennedy
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Publisher

Abrams

Publication date

1st May 2011

ISBN

9780810997394


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