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Topic Books about Dinosaurs and the Stone Age for Children EYFS 

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 bear attacks, he wakes up back in his own time where everyone tells him it was a dream. But was it?

Tyrannosaurus Drip

by Julia Donaldson

Everyone knows that tyrannosauruses are big and scary, so when a placid duckbill dinosaur's egg ends up in the wrong nest, he's so out of place that his big sisters call him Tyrannosaurus Drip. Poor little Drip: all he wants is a quiet life munching on water weed . . .

Dave's Cave 

by Frann Preston-Gannon

A simple but hilarious story about Dave and his cave. Inside is decorated EXACTLY the way he likes it. But, Dave is unhappy. What if there might be an even better cave out there? And off he sets in search of a new home. But it turns out that good caves are VERY hard to find.

There's a Diplodocus at the Door by Ruth Symons

How dinosaurs would cope if they were alive today? What if they went to the dentist? Or if they went to a birthday party? Imagine dinosaurs in modern-day scenarios and learn about their size, diet and other features along the way.

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Linus the Vegetarian T-Rex 

by Robert Neubecker

Ruth Ann knows everything about dinosaurs. So when she meets Linus, a T-Rex who prefers vegetables to preying on his herbivorous neighbours, she's not sure what to think. Is something wrong with him? A dinosaur 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 . . .


Mad About Dinosaurs 

by Giles Andreae

Silly Diplodocus, fierce T-Rex, Stegosaurus and more - they're all here in this bright, bold book! Packed with lively rhymes, fun facts and colourful pictures (plus handy pronunciation guides) this is perfect for young dinosaur fans everywhere.

Wolly Mammoth

by Mick Manning

What life was like for the Woolly Mammoth? They faced the harsh Ice Age climate and the threat of natural predators – none more terrifying than Mankind! Includes an illustrated fact strip with more information taken from the latest mammoth findings.


Dinosaur Bones

by Bob Barner

Shake the dust off dinosaur bones found in the museum and explore how they belonged to living, breathing creatures. Filled with fun facts, rhyming text and vibrant illustrations, Dinosaur Bones is sure to make dinosaur enthusiasts roar with delight. 


Saturday Night at the Dinosaur Stomp 

by Carol Diggory Shields

Have you ever wondered what the dinosaurs did for fun? They danced, of course! Join the dinosaurs at the biggest, loudest, wildest party ever! Boomalacka boomalacka! Whack! Whack! WHACK!


Cave Baby 

by Julia Donaldson

A hairy mammoth takes a cheeky baby on a ride through a moonlit landscape populated by a sabre-toothed tiger, a leaping hare, a laughing hyena and a big brown bear . . . But where are they going? And what has it to do with the baby's scribblings on the cave wall?

My First Pop-Up Dinosaurs

by Owen Davey

From the allosaurus to the zuniceratops, discover dinosaurs great and small in this prehistoric pop-up alphabet. Featuring a selection of popular, unusual and incredible dinosaurs, with illustrations from the award-winning Owen Davey, this is a stylish treasury perfect for any dinosaur fan.


Dear Dinosaur 

by Chae Strathie

After a trip to the museum, Max writes a letter to the mighty T. Rex - and the T. Rex replies! As Max and T. Rex learn about each other's lives, a very unusual friendship develops. Dinosaur fans will love this interactive book with letters and cards to open, and dinosaur facts to discover along the way.

If I had a Dinosaur

by Gabby Dawnay

A little girl dreams of having her very own pet. But what kind of animal would be best? As she plays with her toy dinosaur, inspiration strikes. When she falls asleep, the dinosaur from her daydreams stands in the garden with its head poking through the bedroom window, making her dreams come true.


Dinosaur Atlas

by Lonely Planet Kids 

Kids can unfold maps and lift the flaps to reveal amazing illustrations and facts about how dinosaurs lived and where they were discovered. They'll also learn about famous paleontologists and measure themselves against life-size bones, teeth and claws.


The Wild Girl

by Christopher Wormell 

This is the story of a little girl and her brown dog. They live all alone in a little cave high up on the mountainside in the middle of the great wide wilderness. Then one day in the bitter cold of winter, as they are returning to their cave, they see bear tracks in the snow . . .

Questions and Answers About Dinosaurs

by Katie Daynes

This engaging, interactive flap book will answer lots of your dinosaur fan's questions. With entertaining and informative illustrations and over 50 flaps to lift and look beneath.


Little Kids First Big Book of Dinosaurs 

by Catherine D. Hughes

Bursting with fun facts and age appropriate information, each spread features a different dinosaur, along with simple text in big type that is perfect for little kids. 


Animals of a Bygone Era

by Maja Safstrom

In the past, amazing and strange animals roamed the earth, including giant sea scorpions, tiny horses, enormous sloths, and fierce "terror birds." These and many more fantastic extinct animals are illustrated in this whimsical collection.


Atlas of Dinosaur Adventures 

by Emily Hawkins

Travel back in time to lock horns with a triceratops, stalk prey with a T-Rex, and learn to fly with a baby Pteranodon. With hundreds of things to spot and facts to learn, this is the biggest Atlas adventure yet!


The Dinosaur Department Store by Richard Merritt

Instead of a cute bunny, Eliza Jane wants a prehistoric pet. Join her on a marvellous tour of the dinosaur department store. There are plenty of dinosaurs to choose from, but Eliza Jane is busy hatching a fantastic plan of her own...


The Girl and the Dinosaur

by Hollie Hughes

In a town by the seaside, Marianne is often seen foraging on the beach. Usually, Marianne is alone, and digging for dinosaur bones. Then, one night, she goes to sleep wishing with all her heart that her dinosaur might come to life. A very rare and special book where the words and pictures take you on a magical journey far beyond the page.

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