A funny story about one very naughty little dinosaur features familiar themes of family harmony, sibling rivalry, and being good vs. being naughtyA funny story about one very naughty little dinosaur features familiar themes of family harmony, sibling rivalry, and being good vs. being naughty It’s Dad's birthday and Dorla has already got him a present. Dilly has nothing to give him but Dad says that all he wants is for Dilly to be good for the day. The challenge is on! Can Dilly be good for one whole day? It’s going to be tough, especially with a sister determined to make him snap. Sure to entrance all beginner readers with its humor and vibrant illustrations, this tale is told in simple, appealing language with vibrant illustrations throughout, perfect for developing readers.
Reviews"The simple story may resonate most with adults, but it effectively conveys a peaceful family moment that children will recognize, too." —Booklist on Daddy's Lullaby
"Hellard's scribbly watercolors enhance the cheeky fun." —Booklist on Princesses Are Not Quitters
"A good choice for children ready for simple stories." —Booklist
Author BiographyTony Bradman's previous titles include Daddy's Lullaby, Dilly and the Goody-Goody, Dilly Speaks Up, Michael, The Magnificent Mummies, and My Dad's a Punk. Susan Hellard is the illustrator of Madame Pamplemousse and Her Incredible Edibles, Princesses Are Not Perfect, and Princesses Are Not Quitters.