Titles in Collection
- Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs
- Harry and the Dinosaurs United
- Harry and the Dinosaurs Go Wild
- Harry and the Dinosaurs say "Raahh!"
- Harry and the Dinosaurs Go to School
- Harry and the Robots
- Harry and the Dinosaurs Go on Holiday
- Harry and the Dinosaurs at the Museum
- Harry and the Dinosaurs First Sleepover
- Harry and the Dinosaurs Have a Happy Birthday
Harry and the Dinosaurs Say 'Rahhh!'
Harry and the Dinosaurs Say 'Raahh!' Harry's dinosaurs are acting strangely. They're hiding all over the house and refusing to come out. Could it be because today's the day of Harry's dentist appointment? Eventually Harry persuades them to jump in their bucket, but will the dinosaurs behave once they get to the dentist? Full description
Harry and the Robots
Harry's robot has to go to the robot hospital to get fixed. So Nan and Harry decide to make their own robot while he's being mended. Then when Nan has to go into hospital (to get mended as well), Harry knows exactly what to do to help her get better.
Harry and the Dinosaurs United
Harry's football team are trying their best, but they just keep getting in each other's way. But, luckily, Harry soon learns the best trick of all ...teamwork! So together Harry, his friends and their mascot auruses win the best prize ever...
Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs go on Holiday
Harry and his bucketful of dinosaurs are going on holiday to Australia and can't wait. But everything is very different down under. There are lots of new sights, sounds and experiences and, without Nan there to comfort them, Harry AND Tyrannosaurus begin to feel a bit homesick. Luckily, a surprise gift makes all the difference and they soon all have a raaah-tastic time!
Harry and the Dinosaurs Go Wild
When Harry goes to a safari park and discovers some animals are in danger of becoming extinct, he wants to save them. Harry soon finds out that, however small you are, you can still make a big difference.
Harry and the Dinosaurs Go to School
It's Harry's first day at school. He and his dinosaurs are very excited and perhaps a little bit nervous. But when Harry's dinosaur friends don't join him in the classroom, Harry's not so sure he's going to like school, but the dinosaurs come to the rescue and Harry and his new friend learn just how much fun school can really be.
Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs
Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs Harry finds some dusty plastic dinosaurs in Nan's attic. He cleans them, finds out their names and takes them everywhere - until, one day, the dinosaurs get lost! The lost property man gets a surprise when Harry proves the dinosaurs are his by calling them over to him. Full description
Harry and the Dinosaurs at the Museum
When Harry and the dinosaurs go to the museum they see Roman swords and spears, Egyptian mummies and lots of Harry's ancestors. The dinosaurs want Harry to help them to find their ancestors and that's how Harry gets lost. Will Mum and Nan know where to look for him?
Harry and the Dinosaurs First Sleepover
When Harry and his dinosaurs go on a sleepover to Jack's house, they have so much fun there's no time to miss home. But when it gets dark and things go bump in the night, suddenly the dinosaurs are not so sure. Luckily, Harry has his friends to look after him and make sure they all have a roaringly good time.
Harry and the Dinosaurs have a Happy Birthday
Harry and his dinosaurs love birthday parties, so Harry's disappointed when big sister, Sam, says she's going to one - alone. Not only is it Mr Oakley's birthday, but Harry finds out that it's the dinosaurs' one hundred millionth birthday too! Harry decides to throw a surprise birthday party and soon even Sam helps to make the party treats.
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Author Ian Whybrow ISBN 9780141375151 Collection ISBN 9780141375151 Age group 0-5 Book amount 10 Language English Format Paperback Dimensions W=22cm, H=26cm, L=2.5cm Publisher Penguin Condition New Video link No RRP 69.9
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