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I was in my Granny’s kitchen eating extra-special cake,

when the walls began to tremble and the roof began to SHAKE.

KNOCK! KNOCK! KNOCK! Ring! Ring! Ring! Oh MY – a dino’s at the door.

And now it’s taken Granny . SOMEONE STOP THAT DINOSAUR!

Chase down the GRAN-NAPPING brontosaurus in this rollicking, rhyming, ROAR-some romp. Can you catch the naughty dinosaur and get back to Granny’s house before Mum comes home at six o’clock?

From Alex English and Ben Cort, the bestselling illustrator of Alien Loves Underpants, comes an irresistibly rib-tickling book that kids will want to read again and again . and AGAIN!

MY REVIEW

I read this book with my three year old daughter and she loved it!

She was joining in shouting stop that dinosaur and really got in to the story – she loves dinosaurs too so that was a plus!

She has just started reading herself so was telling me the different letters on the cover as well which was lovely – we have read it a few times now and it is a massive hit with her!

We love the way it is written and the rhyming nature and the ending was lovely

It is 5 stars from us, some excellent illustrations too to bring the story to life – very highly recommended!

Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Stop-That-Dinosaur-Alex-English/dp/1408888416/

Author Information

Alex English’s picture books have been shortlisted for the Dundee Picture Book Award, chosen by BookTrust as part of the Bookstart Corner programme and selected by The Reading Agency for the Summer Reading Challenge. She loves ravens, running, baking cakes and watching thunderstorms. Alex lives in Paris with her husband, two boys and a garden-ful of noisy toads.

Illustrator Information

Ben Cort studied illustration at Harrow College and is the illustrator of Shark in the Dark and Aliens Love Underpants, among many others. The latter has sold over 2 million copies worldwide. He has won numerous awards and he has been longlisted for the Greenaway Medal. Ben’s interests include photography, retro tin robots and jeans – he even wore them to his wedding! Ben lives in Leighton Buzzard.