The Wondrous Dinosaurium
What if you could have a dinosaur as a pet? A fun, illustrated romp through a variety of dinosaurs – shortlisted for a Children’s Book Award.
Danny’s mom finally agreed that he could have a pet. But he didn’t want a puppy, a kitten, or even a parrot. No, he wanted something exciting, something prehistoric something like. . . A DINOSAUR!
Danny knows he doesn’t want any old pet. He wants a dinosaur! But with so many to choose from at Mr. Ree’s Wondrous Dinosaurium he’s not sure which one to pick. Danny tries out many different dinosaurs with disastrous results. . . Until he finds the perfect pet to keep him company.
A wonderful picture book for fans of dinosaurs and Dear Zoo, this fun tale is sure to make young children smile. Aimed at children aged 3-6 years old, the bright illustrations and funny text ensures this book is strong contender as a new story time favorite.
|Interest Level||Preschool - Grade 3|
|Reading Level||Grade 2|
|Publisher||Maverick Arts Publishing Ltd|
|Number of Pages||32|
Author: John Condon
John Condon lives in London where he's a creative director in a design agency. John's debut children's book, The Wondrous Dinosaurium, was shortlisted in the UK for the Children's Book Award.
Illustrator: Steve Brown
Steve Brown is a freelance children's illustrator from the Romney Marsh in Kent, England. Steve has a passion for character design and telling stories through illustration, he likes to use humor in his illustrations to make things fun for children and adults alike.