The Tinysaurs Go to School

The Tinysaurs Go to School

The Tinysaurs Go to School

The Tinysaurs Go to School

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Overview

This fourth book in the Tinysaurs series features Clawdie, Spike, and Roary as they navigate the first day of a new school year—with a little bit of grace and a lot of humor!

The Tinysaurs return with a fun back-to-school adventure! Clawdie, Spike, and Roary are eager to return to school, and they start the day with a school-wide assembly. Whie Roary experiences his first lessons in learning letters and counting, Clawdie sings—quite loudly!—with her class, and Spike accidentally pops the ball that the children were using at recess on his spikes. And despite the cafeteria not having Roary’s favorite lunch—lizard sandwiches—the day turns out to be a success.

Meet the Tinysaurs! Clawdie, Spike, and young Roary are tiny dinosaurs who are ready and willing to lend a hand in any situation. These adorable friends always work together to bring smiles and happiness wherever they go!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781680102895
Publisher: Tiger Tales.
Publication date: 04/04/2023
Series: Tinysaurs
Pages: 32
Sales rank: 637,659
Product dimensions: 8.31(w) x 8.31(h) x 0.36(d)
Age Range: 3 - 7 Years

About the Author

Patricia Hegarty began working in children's publishing more years ago than she cares to remember! As an editor she has worked on titles ranging from atlases to animal pop-ups, craft kits to crazy mazes, and sticker books to secret diaries.

Dean Gray is based in South London and completed a BA in graphic design at Leeds Art University before working as a creative designer for Advocate Art illustration Agency. He now works as a freelance author/illustrator for children's books. Dean has a humorous character-driven approach to his work, and is passionate about storytelling and creating a character or world that someone can have an emotional connection with. He takes a lot of inspiration from browsing book shops, traveling, and studying the art of animation and sci-fi, as well as anything to do with character design.
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