Mike Brownlow - Ten Little Dinosaurs - Hachette Children's Group

Ten Little Dinosaurs

By Mike Brownlow
Illustrated by Simon Rickerty

  • Paperback
  • £6.99

Count along with the Ten Little Dinosaurs in this action-packed, counting rhyme adventure!

Count along with the Ten Little Dinosaurs in this action-packed, counting rhyme adventure!

Ten Little Dinosaurs set off in search of adventure ... But what will the Ten Little Dinosaurs do when they meet a grumpy triceratops? And a stomping diplodocus? And a HUNGRY T-REX?

Part traditional counting rhyme, part fun-filled story, Ten Little Dinosaurs is perfect for sharing together.
Read the bouncy rhyming story.
Count from ten to one and back again, as the Little Dinosaurs disappear then reappear.
Spot and count the details on each page.
And join in with all the great sound-words!

The Ten Little series has sold over a million copies worldwide, and Ten Little Bookworms is a 2019 World Book Day pick.

'Count along with these adventurous dinosaurs in roaringly funny rhymes.'
The Independent

'Brilliant to help teach children recognise numbers.'
Huffington Post

'Riotous fun... Sure to raise a roar of approval'
New Statesman

  • Other details

  • ISBN: 9781408334010
  • Publication date: 01 Oct 2015
  • Page count: 32
  • Imprint: Orchard Books
Count along with these adventurous dinosaurs in roaringly funny rhymes — The Independent
Brilliant to help teach children recognise numbers — Huffington Post
Riotous fun... Sure to raise a roar of approval — Amanda Craig, New Statesman
A fun and appealing counting book that children won't want to put down — the Bookbag
With Simon Rickerty's charming and bold illustrations and Mike Brownlow's noisy rhyming text, this book is perfect to be read time and time again by all young dinosaur lovers — Surrey Advertiser
A raucous riot of colour and fun — Dad.Info
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