Dinosaurs Love Underpants

What’s funnier than pants? Dinosaurs in pants! (Just look at their big bottoms.) This daft rhyme is an all-time kids’ favourite. Do you love pants and chuckles? We bet you do… Psst: do you know how the dinos were wiped out? It was in the mighty Pants Wars. Yes, it’s true! (Well, kind of.) Dinosaurs loved pants: spotty ones and stripy ones. Trouble is, what else did they love? Fighting… A wild and wonderful rhyme by one of the funniest authors on the planet.

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  • liked it

    It is an ok book. I think that it is more for boys than girls because it is more of a boy book. I think dinosaurs are more interest to boys.

    16 July 2015

  • loved it

    funny.

    3 December 2014

  • loved it

    I LOVE THIS BOOK MY SIS AND MY BROS LOVE IT SO MUCH THAT THEY WANT TO READ IT OVER AND OVER AGIAN!

    17 March 2011

  • loved it

    its just ssssssssssssssooooooooooooooooo cool sssssssssssooooooooooooooo cool

    6 March 2011

  • loved it

    this book is brillient i love it.its really funny and the pictures are great

    3 March 2011

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    Claire Freedman

    Claire Freedman is the author of the best-selling Aliens Love Underpants books.

    Awards

    Claire Freedman and Ben Cort won the Richard & Judy prize for the best-selling Aliens Love Underpants in 2007.

  • Ben Cort

    Ben Cort is the extremely popular illustrator of several children’s books, which have been published in 18 languages in 20 countries worldwide. His picture books include Under the Bed, 3-2-1 Bedtime, Pigs Can’t Fly, My Jolly Pirate Pack, the Squeaker Books and the Fun Phones series. Ben lives in Bedfordshire with his wife and two children.

    Awards

    Claire Freedman and Ben Cort won the Richard & Judy prize for the best-selling Aliens Love Underpants in 2007.

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