Albertine isn't like other dinosaurs. She wants a special nest for her eggs. So Albertine decides to build the very first dinosaur house. Just as it is finished a ginat diplodocus lumbers along and eats it for breakfast. Her friends built her a new house but just as this is finished the diplodocus returns to apologise and sits on the house. Albertine decides to lay her eggs in the sand as dinosaurs always have done.
Full Product DetailsAuthor: Currey, Anna
Publisher: Hachette Children's Books
Publication Date: 08 September 1997
Audience: College/higher education , General/trade , Undergraduate , General
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