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Dino Dog

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David and Lucy have got a new dog from the Rescue Centre, but they don't know what his name is. What they do know is that he's ace at digging and he's got a good nose for fossilized bones. In this humorous holiday adventure story, set on the Isle of Wight, David and Lucy are determined to find out if the bones their dog digs up are real dinosaur bones. Imagine if they've ...more
Paperback, 64 pages
Published April 1st 2004 by Corgi Pups
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Jul 29, 2015 Nicolene rated it it was amazing
We had a collection of similar young readers of which this was part of. This one is by far the best of the bunch.
A lovely imaginative tale perfect for little boys who love fossils, dinosaurs and adventure.
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See also pseudonym Hayley Daze.

Jane Elizabeth Clarke (born in 1954) is an English writer of children’s books and poetry. Her best known books include Gilbert the Great (illustrated by Charles Fuge) and Stuck in the Mud (illustrated by Garry Parsons). Jane has published over 45 books including works used for children's reading schemes in schools. CBeebies Bedtime Stories have featured two of Jane's
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