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UNSOLVED: One specific book > Picture book series about anthropomorphic dinosaurs

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message 1: by Volkun (new)

Volkun (wolfcreed) | 132 comments I remember owning a series of children's picture books in the 90s featuring the daily lives of anthropomorphic blue dinosaurs living in the stoneage, not unlike the Flintstone's romanticised prehistory.

It may have been by an Australian author, a man, but that is all I can remember!

They were hardcovers, and similar to Richard Scarry but more modern.


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message 4: by Yinzadi (last edited Oct 01, 2016 07:06AM) (new)

Yinzadi | 27 comments I'm not confident any of these is it, but some suggestions:
Dinofours, It's Time for School by Steve Metzger Dazzle the Dinosaur by Marcus Pfister Dinosaur Roar! by Paul Stickland Aladar's Story (Dinosaurs) by John Alvin and Dinosaur Two of a Kind 1st Reader by Mary Hogan Whatever Happened to the Dinosaurs? by Bernard Most Mitchell Is Moving by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat Little Grunt and the Big Egg by Tomie dePaola Pair of Protoceratops by Bernard Most Oh My Oh My Oh Dinosaurs! by Sandra Boynton

If these books are set in the Stone Age, are there humans in them as well?


message 5: by Lobstergirl, au gratin (new)

Lobstergirl | 37538 comments Mod
Wolf, are you still looking for this or did you find it?


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