Bobby wakes up in the middle of the night to hear something “sneaking softly past his window”. He looks out and see…
A HUGE ENORMOUS DINOSAUR!
He follows out into the night and finds a host of other dinosaurs playing in the city square, using the buildings as swings, slides and trampolines.
When they spot him, they threaten to eat him if he tells anyone about their existence, but Bobby promises not to tell, so they all end up playing a game of hide and seek together instead.
Bobby runs off to hide and finds a great hiding place in a dark tunnel. He sits and waits for the dinosaurs to find him…
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Young children everywhere love dinosaurs but how many have actually seen them, let alone played with them? In Dinosaurs After Dark Bobby is in bed when he hears a noise... on investigating he sees a "huge enormous dinosaur". So begins the most amazing adventure, playing hide and seek, finding other dinosaurs, jumping over rooftops and much more, all at night.
Dinosaurs After Dark is mainly told in rhyme, and though it is very simple it is full of adventure, action, imagination and excitement coupled with outstanding colourful illustrations. It is especially suitable for children age 4 plus. --Susan NaylorReview:
“A must for young dinosaur fans.”
Clare Walters, PRACTICAL PARENTING
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Book Description HarperCollins Children's Books, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 6647286