The Prehistoric Games by Janet Lawler
  

Synopsis

The Prehistoric Games by Janet Lawler

Where can you see T. rex weight lifting, pteranodon gymnastics, and stegosaur volleyball? At the Prehistoric Games, of course! Every thousand years, the fastest and strongest dinosaurs light the ceremonial torch and fight tooth and claw for the gold medal. Wings will flap, tails will swish, and crowds will cheer as these Cretaceous competitors battle for glory. Clever rhymes and vibrant illustrations make this a perfect book to read aloud with the entire family. A glossary and pronunciation guide ensure that each reading is as educational as it is exhilarating! No matter what era you're from, this rawr-some book will satisfy your inner dino!

About the Author

Janet Lawler is the author of several books for children. She gains her writing inspiration from nature, family, and all things silly. Lawler is a member of the Society of Childrens Book Writers and Illustrators. Martin Davey has maintained a lifelong fascination with art and film. He studied graphic design at Bournemouth College of Art and Design and has worked in commercial animation and illustration.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Janet Lawler
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Publication date

15th February 2016

ISBN

9781455621385


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