Dylan loves exploring and learning all about dinosaurs.In his amazing treehouse hehas a magic journal. Every time he opens it awesome things happen - even his toy pterodactyl comes to life!They fly off on dinosaur discovery missions to the Land of Living Dinosaurs. This time he has to discover what a spinosaurus's spiny sail along its back was for.
Praise for Dylan's Amazing Dinosaurs: The T. Rex
"A book with brilliant illustrations, well written and providing some gentle genuine learning opportunities" http://www.beingamummy.co.uk
"With its ever popular topic, some delicious alliterative sound bites, fascinating, embedded facts […], boldly rendered action scenes and a removable pop out T.Rex, this […] is bound to be popular with young children"http://jillrbennett.wordpress.com
ET Harper discovered a love of dinosaurs as a child when she came across a strange looking bone buried in the garden. At first she thought it was small dinosaur bone but it turned out to be part of a chicken skeleton instead. When she found out chickens were distantly related to dinosaurs she thought all her Christmases had come at once and decided to become a professional dinosaur bone hunter.
E.T Harper went on to study Palaeontology at university and she was so good at being a palaeontologist that they even made her a professor. Now she wants to share her dinosaur discoveries with little palaeontologists all over the world. This is E.T Harper's first series of books but she hopes to write many more. She also has her own tree house, just like Dylan.
Dan Taylor is an illustrator, living and working in the UK, specialising in children’s design and illustration. Dan likes to combine both traditional painting and digital techniques to create his artwork. He lives with a mischievous dog named Bertie, who likes to chew pencils and marker pens!
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's UK (June 18, 2015)