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Dinosaurs love underpants! And they will do ANYTHING to get their claws on a pair…
You may wonder why dinosaurs became extinct, well here is the answer – they were all wiped out in a mighty Pants War!
Join T. rex and the rest of the gang as they slog it out to gain prehistoric pants supremacy in this hilarious follow-up to the bestselling Aliens Love Underpants, the Richard and Judy’s Children’s Books Winner in 2007. You’ll be sure to laugh your pants off!
Enjoy this fabulously funny bestseller in a brand new Ready to Read format for early readers!
‘The humour is spot-on for young children.’ Daily Mail ‘A winning combination of two great toddler obsessions-dinosaurs and pants – this has guaranteed entertainment value’ Junior Magazine ‘Daft and absurdly amusing book’ Prima Baby & Pregnancy ‘Told in rhyme with lively, expressive pictures, it encourages new readers and is great to read aloud’ Primary Times
July 6th, 2017
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