At the Museumby Ian Whybrow, Adrian Reynolds (Illustrator)
Joining big sister Sam at the museum while she researches her human ancestors—the cave dwellers, the Egyptians, and the Romans—is pretty dull for an active boy and his even more active bucket of dinosaurs. After climbing display cases and sliding on slippery floors, Harry and the gang realize that they are lost. But when they find the Hall of Dinosaurs, Harry’s little pals are delighted to get acquainted with their ancestors.
Meet the Author
Ian Whybrow has written over 60 children’s books, ranging from poetry to picture books to novels. He has won numerous awards in England, Europe, and the U.S. As a child, Ian developed a passion for natural history museums and quite a talent for getting lost in them. He thinks he may hold some sort of world record for it.
Adrian Reynolds was born and raised in Wales and has illustrated several books. He lives in Cambridge, U.K.
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