Author(s): Simon James
This is a heart-warming story about being a dinosaur step-dad. Once upon 400 million years ago a terrifying tyrannosaurus roamed the earth. He spent his days raging through the jungle scaring every dinosaur he saw with his fierce roar. One night, while he is sleeping, an abandoned egg cracks open and out pops a teeny, tiny baby dinosaur who immediately thinks that the tyrannosaurus is his dad! And so begins the touching story of a little dinosaur and his search for a dad. This is a brilliant story for all dinosaur fans and also a sensitive look at relationships and growing up, perfect for families, schools and libraries.
Simon James is an award-winning author and illustrator of picture books for children. His critically acclaimed titles include George Flies South (978-1-4063-3842-3), the Baby Brains series, Dear Greenpeace (978-1-4063-0848-8), The Wild Woods (9780744598056), The Day Jake Vacuumed (978-1-4063-0845-7) and Leon and Bob (978-1-4063-0849-5), which won the Smarties Book Prize Silver Medal and was nominated as the New York Times' Best Illustrated Book of the Year in 1997. Simon lives in Plymouth, Devon.