Little T has to find a way to make sure the king's Royal Roar can take place as planned, even though the king has lost his voice.
Children's Literature - Suzanna E. HenshonLittle Prince T Rex is proud of his father, who is king of the dinosaurs. Every year, King High T the Mighty roars a Royal Roar that rattles tiles on the royal roof and shakes dishes in the royal kitchen and clatters the false teeth in the old Dinosaur's Home. Everyone prepares for the king's roar, but one day the king catches a cold and is unable to roar in public. What will the dinosaurs do to liven things up? Little Prince T Rex tries his best to roar, but fails miserably. But then, the little dinosaur comes up with a brilliant idea that saves the day for the entire dinosaur kingdom. Children will enjoy the lively text and comical black-and-white illustrations in this book, which is written and illustrated by Frank Rodgers. He crafts a story that stretches out across the page with the humor of a comic strip and the structure of a chapter book, blending into a magical work that children will enjoy for many years to come.
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