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Maisy's brother's Ed won't let her play with his toys. He says, 'Dinos are for boys!'
But Ed hasn't met T. Rex's BIGGER sister ...
She Rex is a big and burly, multi-coloured dino girly.
And Maisy is about to show her brother that stomping, chomping She Rex is as fierce and as loud as any boy dinosaur. Watch out, Ed, you may just discover that dino toys are for girls and boys!

The perfect picture book for all dino-fans.

She Rex Reviews | Toppsta

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Michelle Robinson grew up in Gloucester and loved making up stories and being silly. After leaving university, she worked as a copywriter for radio and TV adverts where she started writing stories in her spare time. Her picture book There’s a Lion in My Cornflakes won the Sainsbury’s Children’s Book Award. She lives

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