Rotten and Rascal are quarrelling twin baby pterosaurs, who yell, shout, screech, howl, scream and snarl at each other all day long. One day a terrible argument begins and one by one the other dinosaurs try to resolve their noisy dispute. But the two terrible pterosaur twins prove impossible to shut up. Until, that is, the terrifying Tyrannosaurus Rex steps in and finally silences the horrible hullabaloo.
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“It’s mine!” screeched Rotten.
“Not it’s not,” screamed Rascal.
And there was a heated hullabaloo . . .
Sound familiar? This is a hilarious story about two quarreling baby pterosaurs. With a wonderful surprise ending to calm squabbling siblings, it’s the perfect aid for parents with little monsters of their own!
“Terrific” said The Times (of London) on Dinosaur in Danger . . . another book by Paul Geraghty, available in North America from Barron’s
“Paul Geraghty is an artist who never puts a foot wrong.” — The Bookseller
Rotten and Rascal The Two Terrible Pterosaur Twins
Millions of years ago, when prehistoric animals roamed the earth, the noisiest of them all were two terrible pterosaur twins, Rotten and Rascal. They were noisy for one simple reason: they quarreled constantly. If this problem sounds familiar both to parents and kids who read this funny tale, they’ll also be entertained by the surprise ending—a very unusual event that finally puts a stop to the squabbling siblings’ quarreling.
Paul Geraghty is an award-winning children’s writer and illustrator who lives and works in England. Acclaimed as one of the world’s most gifted wildlife artists, he is a champion of environmental issues. His stories blend compassion with narrative skill to show young readers that creatures of the natural world are like themselves in many ways. His previously published book, Dinosaur in Danger, is also available from Barron’s.
Paul Geraghty is the winner of both the Earthworm Award for The Hunter, and the Federation of Children's Book Groups Best Picture Book Award for Solo. He lives in New Malden, Surrey and when not working on his books travels extensively visiting schools and libraries to talk about his work.
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Book Description Red Fox, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 99438666