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Harry and the Dinosaurs First Sleepover

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Harry and the Dinosaurs First Sleepover, Ian Whybrow, book reviewHarry and the dinosaurs are busy helping Nan pack Harry’s bag for his first-ever sleepover at his friend Jack’s. As well as the essentials, Harry packs a book, some toys and some moss for the dinosaurs. His big sister Sam has to upset him as usual, telling Harry that it was stupid to put the moss in. Harry, however, stands up for himself, saying that the moss is for the dinosaurs to make sleeping bags from in case they are homesick.

Although Harry’s Mum and Nan were worried about leaving him, they need not have been.

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Harry and the Dinosaurs say ‘Raahh!’

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Harry and the Dinosaurs Say 'Raahh!' (Harry and the Dinosaurs) By Ian Whybrow, Illustrated by Adrian Reynolds, book reviewTaking a young child to the dentist for the first time could prove to be a frightening experience for them, having to encounter complete strangers and deal with the prospect of pain, but Ian Whybrow comes to the rescue with his story ‘Harry and the Dinosaurs say “Raahh!”

Little Harry with the big fringe takes his bucket of dinosaurs everywhere with him in Whybrow’s series of picture books. At the start of ‘Harry and the Dinosaurs say “Raahh!”‘ Harry is busily cleaning his teeth in preparation for his first visit to the dentist. He is a little afraid because elder sister Sam has shown him her filling.

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Harry and the Dinosaurs Romp in the Swamp

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Romp in the Swamp  By (author) Ian Whybrow, Illustrated by Adrian ReynoldsHarry and his bucket of dinosaurs are not looking forward to going to play with a girl called Charlie. There’s no way out, however, as Nan and Mum are taking Harry’s big sister Sam to visit her new school. The dinosaurs are hiding because they are afraid that Charlie will manhandle them, but Harry assures them that he won’t let her touch them. Into the bucket they go, and Harry gets into the family car. Poor Nan has to sit between Harry and Sam because they don’t exactly get along well together.

When Harry is dropped off at Charlie’s house, he hides the bucket of dinosaurs behind his back and looks rather glum. The two children go indoors and sit at opposite ends of the sofa with their toys.

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