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The Dinosaur That Pooped Christmas Paperback – 25 Oct 2012
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"Expect this naughty rhyming story to be a seasonal favourite" The Bookseller "The book, which is very reminiscent of Dr Seuss ... is a lovely life lesson and deliciously naughty toilet-humour that will have young readers squealing in delight" Madhouse Family reviews "Great for little people" Burnley Express "They have masterminded a work of genius." -- Philip Stone The Bookseller "A very, very silly book written by two members of pop band McFly, Tom Fletcher and Dougie Poynter. The story revolves around Danny - a very greedy boy who asks Father Christmas for too many presents. But Father Christmas decides enough is enough and instead gives Danny a huge Dinosaur which results in a very messy and smelly consequence. If your child liked Aliens in Underpants or The Story of the Little Mole, they will love this funny yet cautionary tale." Madeformums.com
About the Author
Tom Fletcher loves Christmas, Dougie Poynter loves reptiles, and they have a shared obsession with poop! After writing songs together for years in the band McFly, they started to write picture books in the same way that they write their song lyrics – and The Dinosaur that Pooped Christmas was born. Over a million copies later, their latest pooptastic adventure is The Dinosaur that Pooped a Princess – publishing in September 2018.
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Well...... what can I say. I have had to read it EVERY SINGLE NIGHT, sometimes twice, since (that’s 14 times at least!) He loves it!
I have read some reviews complaining that it has no moral - it does, people need to read it again.
This book is about exactly what it says on the front, and gets the thumbs up in our house... and we do all know it off by heart!
So if you have boys that are reluctant readers get this book it appeals to them especially!!
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