Mamasaurus

Mamasaurus

Price
£10.99

Publishing Date
08/03/2016

ISBN
9781452144245

Mamasaurus
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Price
£10.99

Format
Hardcover

Age Range
4-6 Years

Publishing Date
08/03/2016

Pages
40 pages

Height
229mm

Width
229mm

Illustrations
full-colour illustrations throughout, jacketed

Rights
UK, Ireland, Europe, Africa

ISBN
9781452144245

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Mamasaurus


This colourful and reassuring picture book follows Babysaurus on an adventure as he enlists his prehistoric friends to seek his Mamasaurus.

Is his Mamasaurus the fastest in the jungle?

No.

Is she the loudest?

No.

Is she the best flyer?

No!

Of course, Mamasaurus has been right there all along. And when Babysaurus needs a little help, she is ready with a big hug and a sweet, leafy snack.

For Babysaurus, his Mamasaurus is the best mamasaurus in the world! Stephan Lomp has illustrated several books in his native Germany and in this debut as both author and artist, he has created a fresh twist on a perennial theme that will win the hearts of little ones and their mamas as they snuggle up to read a new favourite.


About the Author(s)
Stephan Lomp
Stephan Lomp is the co-founder of an award-winning underground comic anthology and has previously published three picture books in Germany. He lives in Dusseldorf, Germany.
Reviews

"Lots of questions, repetition, bold illustrations and dino characters to point out makes this a great read for pre-schoolers." Bambino Goodies

"It had been a few months since our daughter had requested the same book several times in one sitting - that was until her first four reads in a row of the brilliant and bright Mamasaurus." Books My Toddler Loves

"The luminous colours of the various prehistoric creatures set against the black background really make the images stand out in Lomps striking brush pen and photoshop illustrations. The storyline reminds me somewhat of P.D.Eastmans classic Are You My Mother but the visuals are altogether different." Red Reading Hub

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