Dinosaurs in the Supermarket

Publisher: Scholastic

Review

Who is hiding in the supermarket shelves and why can’t the grown ups see them? The dinosaurs are having a high old time, sneaking about the aisles and having a massive food fight in this lively picture book from an experienced writer and illustrator team.

There are plenty of amusing dinosaur hiding places to spot in the bright and visually-entertaining page spreads. Young children will especially enjoy the familiarity of the supermarket setting, with its opportunities for identifying and naming fruits, vegetables and more. Combining this with dinosaurs will ensure this book is popular with young readers - and the denouement, in which the dinosaurs are seen cleaning up after themselves (and having fun doing it) is sure to please parents too!

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