This fantastic introduction to the prehistoric world will make little dino lovers roar!
Simon Abbott’s quirky drawings bring to life core subjects from the early years of school, with laugh-out-loud pictures that kids will love to pore over and bite-sized text to help them learn as they laugh.
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DID YOU KNOW: The longest near-complete dinosaur skeleton belongs to Diplodocus. This maxi-monster was as long as a basketball court.
World of Dinos
Millions of years ago dinosaurs ruled the land. Some were bloodthirsty hunters and some were peaceful plant-eaters – but all of them were mind-blowing marvels!
Meet the dinos that dine out on other dinos! This bunch of terrifying dino-killers loved to guzzle gristle, munch meat and tear up tendons. Rooaarr!
Most dinosaurs were herbivores (plant-eaters) that just loved to guzzle their greens. These eating machines could devour a plant in no time at all.
Little and Large
Dinosaurs were the biggest land animals that ever lived. The most ground-wobbling giants were the monster herbivores, but lots of dinos were dainty divas.
Slashing and gnashing their way through the animal kingdom, the bloodthirsty meat-eaters were expert hunters with some dastardly and daring tactics…
With so many sharp teeth and claws hiding in bushes and around corners, the peaceful plant-eating dinosaurs needed some clever ways to stay safe and avoid becoming dinner.
Weird and Wonderful
Butting boneheads, big beautiful eyes, flashy crests and foul breath – the dino world had it all!
On Wings and by Fin
There were many non -dinosaur reptiles that lived 230-66 million years ago. Some soared in the sky and dived for fish. Others lived beneath the waves like real sea dragons!
End of the Dinosaurs
A huge chunk of space rock crashed into Earth 66 million years ago. It was death from outer space and a total disaster for the dinosaurs!
Boo Roo and Tigger Too’s thoughts…
I think all children go through the stage of loving dinosaurs, Roo and Tigger certainly have and it is something that they come back to time and time again.
With a RRP of £5.99 it makes this book an affordable price whether you are buying it for a gift, a stocking filler or just a little treat.
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Disclosure: We received a copy of The Wonderful World of Simon Abbott – The Land of the Dinosaurs FOC for the purpose of review