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REVIEWS For dippy's Big Day OUT:

'This is a book that begs to be read aloud with much verve; everyone is onto the big phlegmatic fellow... He eats, he snacks, he gets tired, he looks for a place to sleep...he plods along... Then there is serendipity—a marvellous find with a wonderful spin-off—just perfect for a by-now very sleepy Dippy.

Dippy is a delightful character, his story is charming, the text is engaging. 'Dippy's Big Day Out' is bound to be very popular with little readers.'

Magpies May Edition Vol. 34

'Dippy's Big Day Out is deceptively simple but fosters adventure, curiosity, self-sufficiency and getting enough rest after play.'
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Dippy and the Dinosaurs

Illustrated by Bruce Whatley

Dippy the diprotodon is the BIGGEST and friendliest wombat who lived 100,000 years ago.

Dippy has dug a new hole. A BIG hole, which leads him to a strange new world - and even stranger new friends. But do these giant creatures really just want to play?

Based on a concept by Ben Smith Whatley and brought to life by the creators of the internationally bestselling Diary of a Wombat, this is an hilarious story of prehistoric daring and chaos set in the fascinating world of ancient Australian megafauna.

© Jackie French