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Dinoburps

By: Ciaran Murtagh(Author), Richard Morgan(Illustrator)
160 pages, colour illustrations
Dinoburps
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It's a hot summer and Charlie creates a tasty fizzy drink for the dinosaurs to enjoy and to keep them cool. But there is an unexpected side-effect: very smelly dinoburps. To start with everyone finds it quite amusing, but the burping continues, even when the dinosaurs stop drinking the pop. No one can get any sleep and there's a horrible smelly fog lingering over Sabreton! It's up to Charlie to make a dangerous journey through the jungle, across the sea and to a volcano to get the remedy. But, to make matters worse in his book, he has to do it with a girl.

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Ciaran Murtagh is an actor, comedian and author. He has appeared in and written for two series of The Slammer on CBBC. His other TV writing credits include Dick and Dom, Planet Ajay, Scoop and Hotel Trubble. Piccadilly also publish his Genie series. He lives in London.

Richard Morgan worked in New Zealand as a background artist for Walt Disney after studying art in Leeds. On his return to the UK he continued working in animation while seeking out his true calling as a children's illustrator.

By: Ciaran Murtagh(Author), Richard Morgan(Illustrator)
160 pages, colour illustrations
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