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Never Ask a Dinosaur to Dinner Book

product code: 138901

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Never Ask a Dinosaur to Dinner Book
Never Ask a Dinosaur to Dinner Book
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Why stop at tigers for tea? What about dinos, bison and sharks? Crazy rhymes, wacky art: the new book from the genius author of The Disgusting Sandwich. You've probably heard about the girl who had a tiger come to tea. Well, the little boy in this bedtime book is thinking a little bit BIGGER. He's having dinosaurs for dinner. He's sharing his toothbrush with a shark. And using a tiger as a towel. Does this sound like a good idea? Wild rhyming chuckles plus pictures from Guy Parker-Rees. The funniest way to get yourself ready for bed!

Quick Facts:

Suitable from 2 years
Bright and vibrant images
Sturdy pages

Specification

  • Weight: 0.22 kg
  • Height: 27.5 cm
  • Width: 25 cm
  • Depth: 0.4 cm

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