The World of Dinosaur Roar!: Dinosaur Whack! The Stegosaurus

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'The clumsiest creature to wander the map was the young Stegosaurus, Dinosaur Whack!'

Meet Dinosaur Whack, the clumsy Stegosaurus, in this brilliant rhyming story, part of The World of Dinosaur Roar! collectable book series created by Peter Curtis, in association with the Natural History Museum.

Dinosaur Whack is the clumsiest dinosaur around. She doesn't mean to cause trouble, but she just can't control her long, spiky tail. After accidentally knocking over Dinosaur Chew and bumping Dinosaur Boo, poor Whack finds herself all alone. But can she find a use for her wayward tail and win back her friends? With a fantastic rhyming text written by series creator, Peter Curtis, and award-winning author, Jeanne Willis, Dinosaur Whack! the Stegosaurus is perfect for preschool children.


Inspired by the classic picture book, Dinosaur Roar! by Paul Stickland and Henrietta Stickland, this colourful series introduces a cast of authentic dinosaur characters to very young children and is approved by the Department of Earth Sciences at the Natural History Museum in London. Each book also contains a pronunciation guide, as well as two pages of simple dinosaur facts, making this the perfect gift for young dinosaur fans!

Discover, Learn and Explore the Colourful World of Dinosaur Roar!

Also in the series:

Dinosaur ROAR! The Tyrannosaurus rex
Dinosaur BOO! The Deinonychus
Dinosaur MUNCH! The Diplodocus
Dinosaur STOMP! The Triceratops
Dinosaur SNAP! The Spinosaurus
Dinosaur FLAP! The Oviraptor
Dinosaur WHIZZ! The Coelophysis
Dinosaur HONK! The Parasaurolophus
Dinosaur SQUEAK! The Compsognathus
Dinosaur BASH! The Ankylosaurus
Dinosaur CHEW! The Iguanodon
Dinosaur THUD! The Carnotaurus

Product Details

Price
£7.99  £7.59
Publisher
Hachette Children's Group
Publish Date
Language
English
Type
Board Book
EAN/UPC
9781408372753

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