Grannysaurus: The funny new illustrated children’s picture book, full of dinosaurs, from number-one bestselling author David Walliams!
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I guess you could say I don't think they'd get along very well," which is pretty heartbreaking when you think about it, because that means Jet would have been left alone in his grief, assuming of course that Spike did indeed die. A funny and reassuring tale about perseverance and resilience, by Rachel Bright and Chris Chatterton, creators of The Worrysaurus. This is not intended to be a full statement of all your rights under the Distance Selling Regulations. Full details of your rights under the Distance Selling Regulations are available in the UK from your local Citizens' Advice Bureau or your Local Authority's Trading Standards Office.
Full Book Name: Grannysaurus: The funny new illustrated children’s picture book, full of dinosaurs, from number-one bestselling author David Walliams! But hope is fleeting, and soon after they're reunited, Julia dies in a shootout with the Syndicate. "It's all a dream," says Julia as she falls slowly to the ground, almost as if she's floating, weightless. Just like Spike, she too has struggled to connect with the waking world since they were separated from one another.
An empowering story with a reassuring reminder that everyone starts off wobbly when trying something new. From the author of the bestselling The Lion Inside. I absolutely love David Walliams's books. In a few more years they will become classics.” - Sue Townsend, author of Adrian Mole In his new dino-mite children's book Grannysaurus he introduces us to Spike, who after creeping downstairs one night in his PJ's, finds his Granny has turned into a dinosaur! And not only that but she's also having a dino disco with her friends Brontosaurus, Stegosaurus and Gigantosaurus.
I’m not going there to die. I’m going to find out if I’m really alive," says Spike, but they both know that's not true, so all Faye can do now is shoot her guns in the air and watch him walk away.Bereft, Spike feels more alone than he ever thought possible, and that's why his goodbye talks with Jet and Faye hurt so much. Because it's so obvious to us that he isn't alone at all, that these connections really do matter.