Dear Dinosaur

Publisher: Scholastic

Review

When Max visits the Big Museum, he's disappointed that he has to leave before he can ask all his questions about dinosaurs. However, Dinosaur Dora, the helpful museum curator, suggests that he writes the T-Rex a letter. Who knows, the T-Rex might just write back! So begins a new (and rather unlikely) friendship where Max learns all about dinosaurs, and T-Rex learns quite a lot about being friends with a little boy, too.

Filled with bright illustrations and fold-out letters, postcards and cards, Dear Dinosaur has a very interactive and playful feel. The clear and colourful pages are dotted with dinosaur facts and jokes that all dinosaur lovers will enjoy.

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