Trouble at the Dinosaur Cafe by Brian Moses

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Down at the Dinosaur Cafe
everybody’s doing fine,
Steggy is slurping his swamp juice
and Iggy is ready to dine.
But in stomps Tyrannosaurus
with a wicked gleam in his eye—
he’s mean, he’s bad, he’s hungry
and he’s ordered dinosaur pie!
 

About Brian Moses

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Brian Moses wanted to be a rock and roll star, but when that didn't pan out, he became the next best thing: a teacher.  Brian writes and edits picture books and poetry for children.  With more than 160 books published, he performs in schools across England.  He lives with his wife, Anne, and has two daughters, Karen and Linette. Garry Parsons works as a full-time illustrator. His books have won multiple awards, and he hopes that one day an illustration of his will replace the image of the Queen on the English stamp! Garry lives in London with his partner and two dogs.
 
Published August 22, 2006 by Walker Books for Young Readers. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Moses's latest turns into a rollicking rhyming showdown when Tyrannosaurus shows up to eat at the old-fashioned diner.

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It's just another day at this Jurassic-period establishment-until a Tyrannosaurus bully stomps in and demands to be fed off the menu. In other words, he plans to eat the other plant-loving diners:

Aug 21 2006 | Read Full Review of Trouble at the Dinosaur Cafe

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In other words, he plans to eat the other plant-loving diners: "" 'There's nothing I like more,' he said,/ 'than a tasty dinosaur stew,/ and for extra-special flavor.../ I'll add you/ and you/ and you!' "" But that proves to be wishful thinking.

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