Harry and the Dinosaurs: First Sleepover

When Harry and his dinosaurs go to their first sleepover, they’re having so much fun that 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, his friend Jack and all the dinosaurs are together to look after one another. And when Jack’s dad has a great idea to reassure the friends, soon they all feel better – and start to have a roaringly good time! A delightful new story of friendship and facing fears from a favourite series, reuniting children with Harry and all his wonderful dinosaurs!

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    This is a great series for younger children.

    6 March 2013

  • I do talk a lot about cousin’s on this but my cousin loves dinosaurs books and nearly read everyone but he loved this.

    6 March 2012

  • i know it is for youngsters but still i love the animations in them they are so entertaining to me.

    24 May 2011

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    Ian Whybrow

    Ian Whybrow is author of the much-loved Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs books and has had over 100 children’s books published!


    Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs won the Sheffield Chidren’s Book Prize in 2000.

  • Awards

    Adrian won the Sheffield Children’s Book Prize for Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs, and has won the Red House award twice for Who’s in the Loo? and Bottoms Up!, both written by Jeanne Willis.

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