REVIEW: Ten Little Dinosaurs by Mike Brownlow and Simon Rickerty

And then there was one – watch the dinos disappear


From the team that brought you the mega-selling Ten Little Pirates and Ten Little Princesses comes a variation on a theme with a distinctly prehistoric setting. Ten little dinosaurs set off to explore with all kinds of romping, chomping fun along the way.

As with their predecessors, there are plenty of laughs and surprises as you journey through the book and the ten little dinosaurs are whittled down to a lonely one, the sole survivor left to face the 'scary creature stomping through the gloom'. Expect a raucous riot of colour and fun to delight a legion of die-hard dino and 'Ten Little' fans. Oh, and don't worry about that little feller left all on his tod at the end. This isn't Jurassic Park, you know.   Orchard, age: 2+



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