The Really, Really, Really Big Dinosaur by Richard BryneThe Really, Really, Really Big Dinosaur by Richard Bryne

The Really, Really, Really Big Dinosaur

byRichard Bryne

Paperback | August 1, 2012

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Finlay (a little dinosaur) is counting out jelly beans to share with his friend. He is sitting on a grassy mound. A big dinosaur comes along and demands the jelly beans. He is rather rude, a bit of a show-off, and he thinks that Finlay's friend is a figment of his imagination. What follows isa lot of posturing from the big dinosaur as he attempts to prove his worth with various antics on and around the grassy mound. As the book progresses it will gradually become clear to the reader that the "grassy mound" is in fact, Finlay's friend, the really, really, really big dinosaur! The bigdinosaur certainly doesn't realize until his bravado propels him into a dark cave that turns out to be the mouth of the really, really, really big dinosaur. It's only then that the big dinosaur learns that in order to make friends it's a good idea not to show off and it's a good idea to be preparedto share.
Always arty as a child, at the age of 10 Richard won a competition to design a poster for the Sussex Police and won L10. That was when he realized he could make a career out of drawing. After studying at Eastbourne College of Art and Design, Richard set up his own graphic design business. He started working on his sketches for Aye-Aye...
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Title:The Really, Really, Really Big DinosaurFormat:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 9.65 × 9.65 × 0.03 inPublished:August 1, 2012Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0192757644

ISBN - 13:9780192757647

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"Witty and warm, Richard Byrne's This Book Belongs to Aye-Aye brilliantly champions the role of picture books in children's early life and education. The immediacy in the illustration gives a vibrant quality to this impressive, humorous and slightly post-modern tale. Children's" --Children's Bookseller Choice