George and the Dinosaur by Felix Hayes


George and the Dinosaur by Felix Hayes

George likes digging. He finds some gems, a sword, a pirate's leg and, to top off the hoard, a dinosaur egg! When he cleans his treasure he finds that the gems are just stones, dirt and dust. The sword is a spoon all covered in rust. The leg is a root, cracked and dried, but the egg is an egg, with something inside...

About the Author

Felix Hayes is a natural storyteller and hugely versatile actor taking the eponymous role in The Gruffalo stage play. His first books were the popular Monkey and Robot series for Bloomsbury Children's Books, illustrated by his wife. Sue Heap has written and illustrated many books, including Cowboy Baby, winner of the Smarties Book Prize in 1998.

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32 pages


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Publication date

1st April 2014



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