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Publisher's Summary

A comprehensive guide to prehistoric bumosaur life, sure to delight young listeners.

Toilet humour meets dinosaurs in this perfect book for reluctant readers, from best-selling children's author Andy Griffiths.

Why was Tyrannosore-arse Rex so angry?

Where did Bogasauruses live?

How many cheeks did a Tricerabutt have?

Was the Bumheaded idiotasaurus the most stupid bumosaur?

When did bumoaurs become exstinkt?

Find the answers to these and many other questions in this guide to prehistoric bumosaur life. Covering Pre-crappian time through to the post Crapaceous period, this essential reference will thrill, amaze, and inform the whole family. Never again will you look like a fool when somebody asks: 'What bumosaur is that?"

©2007 Andy Griffiths (P)2007 Bolinda Publishing

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I liked the bums and poo. It was awesome and funny. I wish Andy and terry added sea bumasaurs.

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What bumosaur is that is amazing

I liked how andy griffiths was able to turn names like stingray into a bumray but I didn't really like some of the maturity


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  • Shelly
  • BrisbaneAustralia
  • 02-17-09

Boys love the humour

I have 10 and 12 year old boys, they first read the bumosaur book when in grade 2-3 at school (Aged 7 or 8) They absolutely love the humour and giggled the whole way through the book... frequently running to me with eyes wide open and hand over mouth gigggling 'read that bit mum!!' It has encouraged them to continue reading, and they still struggle to find books that they think are as funny as this one was.