Tip the Triceratops: Dinosauritis by Jeannette Rowe
  

Synopsis

Tip the Triceratops: Dinosauritis by Jeannette Rowe

Ages: 3 to 5 Tip is a Triceratops. He is built like a bulldozer with three horns on his head. Do you know how many rhinoceroses you would have to glue together to make one Triceratops? Catch the dinosaur bug with this and other books in the Dinosauritis series. Bright and bold with simple facts presented in a fun and lighthearted way, this series has been specially crafted to entertain the pre-schooler who is fascinated by the prehistoric world. Most kids catch Dinosauritis - soothe their fever with Jeannette Rowe's vivid picture books that combine fun facts, jokes and games.

About the Author

Jeannette is a best-selling Australian author and illustrator. She has sold well over 3 million books worldwide, into 20 countries and over 14 languages. Jeannette's work as a writer and illustrator has grown from a strong educational base. Originally she worked as an art teacher and curriculum writer encompassing all levels of primary education. However when Jeannette's daughter was born, Jeannette developed a vibrant new drawing style to accommodate her daughter's love of bright colours, animals and surprises. This winning formula resulted in over 50 very successful books including her 'Whose', 'YoYo', 'My' books and now her unique 'Dinosauritis' series.

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Format

Paperback
16 pages

Author

Jeannette Rowe
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Publication date

8th May 2014

ISBN

9781743361580


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