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Dinosaurs in our Street

David West

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Prehistory, For National Curriculum Key Stage 2, Interest age: from c 7 years, Prose: non-fiction, Dinosaurs & prehistoric world (Children's / Teenag

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All is quiet on the street - but, hold on, is that a T-rex and her children lurking behind you? And what is Diplodocus doing tangled in electricity cables? Discover the dinosaurs and what life might be like if they really roamed our streets today.

Welcome to a world where dinosaurs have suddenly appeared on our city streets. No one knows how they got here but now they are everywhere! Big scary, meat-eating ones like Tyrannosaurus Rex and Giganotosaurus; giant, long-necked ones like Diplodocus; noisy, trumpteting ones like Parasaurolophus; spiky armoured ones like Stegosaurus; and packs of dangerous little ones with sharp claws like Velociraptor (look out, they are stealing your football!).

Fantastic, realistic graphic art combines with lively text to reveal the dinosaurs as they really might appear on our streets, accurately showing their size and colours, and helping young dinosaurs imagine what a real-life, face-to-face encounter with their favourite dinosaur might be like!

A unique book that imagines what it would be like if dinosaurs lived on our streets today. Perfect for young dinosaur enthusiasts aged 7 and up, giving them the facts and stimulating their imaginations.

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