- We have a grandson who is dinosaur mad. He will love this book.
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Written by Tom Fletchler and Dougie Poynter from McFly, The Dinosaur That Pooped A Planet is a fantastic picture book illustrated by Garry Parsons.
This humorous book is about two characters called Danny and Dinosaur, who visit space. When they get there, Danny realises that he forgot to pack Dino's lunch box. This very hungry creature is so ravenous, he decides to eat everything in sight, including their only way home...the rocket! How will this duo get back?
Filled with laugh out loud moments, this book will be loved by both adults and children alike.
From the creators of The Dinosaur That Pooped Christmas
Laugh out loud funny story
This toy encourages your child to enjoy using their imagination.
This toy helps your child start to read for themselves.
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