Dinosaur Club: The Compsognathus Chase

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Travel back in time on a prehistoric journey to the world of the dinosaurs!

Dive into an exciting Jurassic world and travel back in time with the Dinosaur Club. These character-driven dinosaur books explore different dinosaur species through a thrilling adventure story.

Jamie is member of the Dinosaur Club, a network of kids around the world who love to share dinosaur knowledge, help identify fossils, post dino discoveries, and chat about all things prehistoric. Jamie has just moved to Ammonite Bay, a stretch of coastline famous for its fossils. He is busy exploring through a secret tunnel when he discovers some dinosaur footprints! Jamie has been transported back in the time of the dinosaurs - sounds like he could use a hand from the Dinosaur Club...

This collection of exciting dinosaur stories:

- Introduces core nonfiction to children who prefer stories, but are packed with exciting dinosaur facts
- Beautifully illustrated line art accompanied by expertly written textIncludes reference spreads to extend childrens' interest in these fascinating prehistoric creatures
- Features all the latest dinosaur information and up-to-date discoveries
- Reference material solidifies each narrative, including timelines, quizzes, fact files, and glossaries

Dinosaur Club: The Compsognathus Chase will take your child on a Jurassic adventure as they learn about the Compsognathus dinosaur species through fun facts, timelines and quizzes.

In this fun, action-packed adventure, Jamie learns not to judge a book by its cover when they meet a group of Compsognathus. Although they look cute, they turn out to be angry little predators. The chase is on! Little ones can learn about the prehistoric world with the Dinosaur Club collection of character-driven adventure stories for children aged 5-7 years old.

More in the Series

At DK, we believe in the power of discovery.

So why stop there?

If you like Dinosaur Club: The Compsognathus Chase, then you'll love Dinosaur Club: Tracking the Diplodocus.