Sarah Gordon Bernard the Irish Dinosaur


Illustrated by Phillip Cullen.

Code 9781399941082

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It's Bernard's first day at a new school and he is worried. He'll be the only dinosaur in his class. How will he make new friends?

About the Author

Sarah Gordon is a Belfast based writer and director. She was part of the BBC Drama Room 21/22 cohort.

Her short films have been broadcast by BBC, RTE and France’s CINE+. During lockdown she was commissioned to write and co-direct one of six short comedy films for a project called SPLENDID ISOLATION (BBC4/BBCNI) nominated for RTS NI Best Drama, also nominated for a Celtic Media Award.

Other short film commissions include SHOPPED (Indie Move Company for iPlayer); and RAT (Púca Pictures, winner Best Short at Dinard Festivalof British Film.)

Her first children’s book, BERNARD THE IRISH DINOSAUR is published by O’Donnell Press. Her feature script POKES was selected for development through NI Screen’s New Writer Focus scheme. She is currently developing an Irish language feature film called AONTASfor ILBF, TG4 and BBC through Púca Pictures.

Sarah has most recently been working in the writer’s room on new CBBC children’s animation YUKI (Score Draw Music)

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