How Big Was A Dinosaur by Anna Milbourne
  

How Big Was A Dinosaur

Written by Anna Milbourne
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Part of the Picture Poster Books Series

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Synopsis

How Big Was A Dinosaur by Anna Milbourne

This is a magical picture book following Pipkin, the little penguin with big ideas as he travels back through time to find out 'How Big was a Dinosaur?' This is the latest of Pipkin the penguin's charming adventures, following the heart-warming titles How Big is a Million? , How High is the Sky? and How Deep is the Sea? It comes with a giant fold-out poster showing all the dinosaurs Pipkin meets, including the great big one at the end. Drawn to scale next to sweet, little Pipkin, it's sure to wow young children. It is gorgeously illustrated by Serena Riglietti.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
24 pages

Author

Anna Milbourne
More books by Anna Milbourne

Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st January 2011

ISBN

9781409506775


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