Dinosaurs Mix and Match by Agnese Baruzzi

Dinosaurs Mix and Match

Written by Agnese Baruzzi
Illustrated by


Dinosaurs Mix and Match by Agnese Baruzzi

All children love imagining what real dinosaurs looked like--but these dinos are the most inventive and bizarre ever! Each card features half a dinosaur; complete it by finding its other half. When these simple match-ups are done, kids can go wild, mixing up the cards however they want, and creating such fantastic creatures as the brachodactyl and tricerasaurus!

About the Author

Agnese Baruzzi graduated in graphic design from the ISIA in Urbino; currently she lives and works in the hills between Imola and Bologna. Since 2001 she has worked as an illustrator and author for about 40 children's books published in Italy, the UK, Japan, Portugal, the US, and South Korea. She holds labs for children and adults in schools and libraries, and works as an illustrator with agencies, graphics studios, and publishers. For White Star Kids she has illustrated Frankenstein, Peter Pan, Dracula, and Il Libro della Giungla (The Jungle Book).

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Board book
16 pages


Agnese Baruzzi
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White Star

Publication date

1st December 2015



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