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There's a T-rex in Town Dinosaur Facts Brought to Life!

By: Aleksei Bitskoff(Illustrator), Ruth Symons(Author)
24 pages, colour photosm colour illustrations
Publisher: QED Publishing
There's a T-rex in Town
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Have you ever wondered how dinosaurs would cope if they were alive today? What if they went to the dentist? What if they went to a birthday party? What if they came round for dinner? What if a dinosaur...? gives young readers a simple introduction to four dinosaur species: Tyrannosaurus Rex, Diplodocus, Stegosaurus and Triceratops.

By imagining dinosaurs in modern-day scenarios, readers can learn about their size, diet and other features. For example, a Stegosaurus weighed as much as three cars - so just imagine how it would play on a seesaw! Engaging question and answer format will keep young readers entertained and help them to understand and retain dinosaur facts.

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By: Aleksei Bitskoff(Illustrator), Ruth Symons(Author)
24 pages, colour photosm colour illustrations
Publisher: QED Publishing
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