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Check out these roar-tastic books for any Dinosaur Discoverer... 

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Stone Age Boy 

by Satoshi Kitamura

One day a boy is walking along when he trips and stumbles ... into the Stone Age! He meets a tribe and learns about their way of life, from hunting, cooking to celebrating. But when a furious cave bear attacks, he wakes up back in his own time where everyone tells him it was only a dream. But was it?

Dinosaurium by Chris Wormell 

Dinosaurium features a wide range of dinosaurs from the most-loved Triceratops and Tyrannosaurus Rex to lesser-known species such as Coelophysis and Tsintaosaurus. With stunning artwork and informative text with input from experts, Dinosaurium is the perfect book for children with an interest in this fascinating field.

The First Drawing

by Mordicai Gerstein

In 1994, the Cave of Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc was discovered, filled with drawings made 30,000 years ago. In that same cave, prehistoric footprints were found: those of an 8-year-old child and a wolf. The First Drawing is a story sure to inspire any artist, as well as anyone with a dream to do something different.

Children's Dinosaur Atlas

by John Malam

The perfect book for young dinosaur lovers, this interactive atlas is full of colourful maps that reveal where dinosaurs lived during different periods of prehistory, plus vibrant scenes that describe their habitat.


Linus the Vegetarian T-Rex 

by Robert Neubecker

Ruth Ann knows everything about dinosaurs. So when she meets Linus, a T-Rex who prefers picking vegetables to preying on his herbivorous neighbours, she's not sure what to think. Is something wrong with Linus? A great book that also introduces being a vegetarian or vegan.

UG by Raymond Briggs

Ug lives in the Stone Age. And that means stone blankets, stone cold food and worst of all, hard stone trousers! Ug has suggestions to improve family life. His ideas about heating, cooking, boats, and balls that actually bounce are initially met with a hostile reaction. But with the help of his father, Ug comes tantalisingly close to his ultimate garment goal . . .