Little Rex and the Big Roar

By Ruth Symes & Sean Julian

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Little Rex and the Big Roar

By Ruth Symes & Sean Julian

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Piccadilly Press When making a lot of noise is a good thing! Little Rex loves to roar. and roar loudly! His mum and dad moan that its too noisy . but his baby brothers and sisters love it. When a pterodactyl swoops on the babies. its Rexs loud roar that saves the day – and soon hes teaching the babies to roar for themselves!

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