Kids, Let’s Read: Ten Little Dinosaurs 10

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Are there any grandchildren out there wanting a fun time with a pretend Granny?

When I saw Ten Little Dinosaurs by Mike Brownlow & Simon Rickerty my first thought was “where can a find a young child to enjoy this book with me?  It is a stomping, chomping dinosaur romp from the creators of the multi-award-winning, bestselling Ten Little Pirates.


Ten little dinosaurs, hatching from their eggs

Blinking in the sunshine, stretching out their legs.

“Look! Our mummy’s sleeping.

Shall we go explore?”

Ten little dinosaurs all say, “ROARRRR!”


Ten little dinosaurs set off in search of adventure. But what will the ten little dinosaurs do when then meet a grumpy triceratops? And a stomping diplodocus? And a HUNGRY t-rex?TenLittleDinosaurs

Meet all your favourite dinosaurs in this romping, stomping prehistoric adventure. With lots of things to spot and count on every page, this noisy rhyming story from the creators of the bestselling Ten Little Pirates is perfect for sharing again and again!

I love children’s books that engage the young mind with words and actions and Mike Brownlow is the creator of many such books for children. He wrote and illustrated the picture book Little Robots, which was turned into a major animated TV show for CBeebies and screened in over 70 countries worldwide.

Other titles include Mickey Moonbeam, Dog Did It! and The Big White Book.

Ten Little Dinosaurs by Mike Brownlow and Simon Rickerty
Buy it now from Dymocks


Karen O'Brien-Hall

I've had many careers in my life and loved each one! My new career blossomed when I retired and become an OAP. I am passionate about childhood literacy, books in general and my garden. I love Ballet, Opera, Concerts, Theatre, (both professional and community) and Movies. I tend to have opinions on most things and enjoy a good debate about the topic, not the person. In my thirties, I married my GOM (Gorgeous or Grumpy Old Man) the love of my life.

  1. The book sounds cute.My grandsons are at the age where anything to fo with bodily functions is hilarious, hence they love’Father Christmas Needs a Wee’ and ‘ Who’s in the Loo’. At a similar age I had just discovered Winnie the Pooh, now, sadly Americanised.

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  2. This sounds a lot of fun and great for reading toget her. Isn’t it fascinating how kids love dinosaurs? We have a battered copy of a dinosaur book from the mid-seventies still. My favourite book was anything to do with Milly-Molly-Mandy.

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  3. Noisy Nora, Mr Magnolia, the Quangle Wangle Quee, Rosie Walk, Ten Little Fingers, Bunyip from Berkeley Creek way too many to name.

  4. I can see that kids would LOVE this book.

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