Dinosaur Disco by Deborah Kelly

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The dinosaur disco is jumping until the ground shakes and the music stops. Who's that stomping their way? Are they here for a roar or ready to dance? This is the perfect story to get little 'saurs and big ones up on their feet and showing off their best moves!
 

About Deborah Kelly

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Deborah Kelly is the author of The Bouncing Ball and Jam for Nana. Daron Parton is an illustrator who has worked for The Age, GQ, Esquire, New Statesman, Penguin Australia, and Scholastic NZ, among others. He is the illustrator of Alligator in an Anorak.
 
Published April 1, 2016 by Random House Australia. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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PreS-Gr 1—Even dinosaurs like to let their horns down and have fun. In this book, several different types of dinosaurs are ready to head to the disco for a night of dancing. As the book states, some fidget on two feet and some on four, but a good time is the intent. The herbivores are ready to sa...

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