Dinosaurs Love Underpants

Dinosaurs Love Underpants

Book rating: 05 Other book format

By (author) Claire Freedman, Illustrated by Ben Cort

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  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Childrens Books
  • Format: Other book format | 12 pages
  • Dimensions: 238mm x 280mm x 10mm | 460g
  • Publication date: 9 June 2011
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0857072722
  • ISBN 13: 9780857072726
  • Sales rank: 10,684

Product description

Dinosaurs were all wiped out, A long way back in history. No one knows quite how or why, Now this book solves the mystery ...If you've ever wondered why dinosaurs became extinct, well here's the surprising answer. They were wiped out in a mighty war for underpants supremacy! Hear T Rex roar as he tries to get his claws on a pair of Man's pants, starting a dinosaur fight of epic proportions! Little ones will love this noisy new edition of the phenomenally successful picture book.

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Author information

Claire Freedman is the highly successful author of several picture books including Aliens Love Underpants and A Squabble and a Squawk for Simon and Schuster. She lives in Essex. Ben Cort has had his picture books published in many languages in many countries worldwide, including the hugely successful Aliens Love Underpants. Ben lives in Bedfordshire with his wife and children.

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By Merryn 20 Jul 2014 5

This book is fun and colourful and both my kids who love dinosaurs enjoy it. My daughter is being toilet trained and I bought a couple of potty books for her but this is the book that has indirectly made her want to stop wearing nappies and wear underpants. Recommended.

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"Fans of "Aliens Love Underpants "will revel in this companion volume's dotty humor and pell-mell action."--"Publishers Weekly"