Rotten and Rascal by Paul Geraghty
The Two Terrible Pterosaur Twins

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Millions of years ago, prehistoric animals roamed the earth, and the noisiest among them all were two terrible pterosaur twins, Rotten and Rascal. The reason they were always so noisy is easy enough to understand: they quarreled constantly. If this ongoing problem sounds familiar both to parents and kids who read this funny tale, they’ll also be entertained by the surprise ending—a very unusual event that finally puts a stop to the squabbling siblings’ quarreling. Here is the perfect aid for every family that has quarreling little monsters of its own. Large, bright color illustrations on every page.

About Paul Geraghty

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Paul Geraghty is a freelance writer and translator
Published January 5, 2006 by Hutchinson. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Geraghty's (Dinosaur in Danger) prehistoric fable begins, ""65 million years ago, the world was a deafening place."" The main reason, however, was not geologic instability-which Geraghty nonetheless portrays with brio-but rather the constant bickering of the two title characters, a pair of pteros...

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