Where Are the Dino’s written by Julia Dweck and illustrated by Bob Ostrom

A bright and imaginative rhyming storybook about Dinosaurs.

Available here http://www.amazon.com/Where-Are-the-Dinos-ebook/dp/B00C3O6T2Y/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1364742610&sr=8-1-fkmr0&keywords=where+are+all+the+dino%27s+by+Julia+Dweck

Everyone knows that children love asking questions, but when a guide takes a group of children around the zoo, he is unprepared for the deluge of questions asked by one particular little fellow.

Children are fascinated by dinosaurs.

Why are there none at the zoo?

What do they like to do?

Find out how he answers all the questions, and then enjoy the extra things to do and learn at the back of this wonderful, brightly illustrated book.

An Australian Dinosaur Tour by Jan Hawkins

Discover Australia’s Dinosaur Trail¬† Part of a series called Around the Campfire.

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Explore Australia’s prehistory with Jan, her husband and pup Tuppie as they travel the 4,800 kilometre Dinosaur Trail in Queensland, Australia.

Their journey¬† starts just outside Brisbane and takes the reader through vividly described countryside and townships as they meet new friends and discover Australia’s history and heritage.

It would be lovely to have this book with you and follow the Dinosaur Trail in her footsteps, to actually see the sites, museums and dinosaur centres she so vividly describes.

Luckily, there’s a wealth of information and pictures of Australian dinosaurs in this fascinating book, so for those of us who cannot visit in person, we can live the experience through Jan’s eyes.

And as for the Min Min light legend, well you’ll have to read the book to find out about that…