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    Fortunately, the Milk – Neil Gaiman

    “There was only orange juice in the fridge. Nothing else that you could put on your cereal, unless you think that ketchup or mayonnaise or pickle juice would be nice on your Toastios, which I do not, and neither does my little sister, although she has eaten some pretty weird things in her day, like mushrooms in chocolate* *She did not actually like eating them. And I had not actually told her that there were mushrooms inside the chocolate. It was an experiment.” Mum’s away. Dads in charge. And there’s no milk. Fortunately, Dad is going out to get some. But from the minute the milk is in his hands…

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    The Terrible Tales of the Teenytinysaurs – Gary Northfield

    Every wondered if you could fly to the moon in a wedge of snot? How triceratops grow back their horns or if the Bogey Monster really exists? The Teenytinysaurs are here to help you answer those questions and more in epic graphic novel form. Join Dave, Natasha, Reggie, Ronnie and Thomas as they explore stinky innards, steaming volcanoes and the star-spangled outer space.  *** Oh wow, I had soooo much fun reading this graphic novel. I didn’t want to stop reading as it meant I had to leave the dinosaur gang behind and that nearly broke my heart. The book is a collection of a set of comics which follow the…

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    Something a little different: Dinosaur Board Books by Megan E Bryant

    A colourful collection of four brilliant board books for your little ones to help with their abcs, numbers, shapes and colours. This collection is a must have for any parent, especially one with children who love dinosaurs as much as I do!  This collection was sent to me from the publisher as it fits in well with my obsession with dinosaurs. I loved seeing the wonderful illustrations, by Luciana Navarro Powell, of all the many different types of dinosaurs and will definitely be recommending this to my colleagues and friends who have kids. Unfortunately I don’t have my own children yet but I can just see how much of a…