Paddy Donnelly Dodos Are Not Extinct!

€11.99

Code 9781788493963


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Dodos are extinct, right?

WRONG!

They’re not! They’re just in disguise, and they’re not the only ones.

This book reveals the secrets of the woolly mammoths, sabre-toothed tigers and even dinosaurs! These famous creatures are in disguise everywhere, so keep your eyes peeled! You never know who might be right under your nose …

From author-illustrator Paddy Donnelly comes a hilarious story that will keep kids giggling and guessing on every page.

About the Author

Paddy Donnelly is an Irish author and illustrator living in Belgium. He grew up on the north coast of Ireland, surrounded by mythical stories of giants, magical creatures and shape-shifting animals. All of this, set in a stunning landscape from another time, prompted his love of nature, animals, the sea and storytelling. He creates his illustrations digitally, but loves working with a textured, painterly approach. The Vanishing Lake was his debut author-illustrated picture book, based on a real lake close to his childhood home in Ireland. His most recent book is Fox & Son Tailers, published in 2022. He wishes Pluto were still a planet.

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‘Deliciously daft, beautifully illustrated, and a wonderful way to get children to really look at the wildlife around them.’
M.G. Leonard, Beetle Boy.

‘HILARIOUSLY SILLY and ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT! (Now I know why my teacher had such a long tail.)’ Karl Newson, I Am a Tiger.


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