For ninety million years (or thereabouts), a trinosaur has lain undisturbed in the clay of the Amazon Jungle. But, when this fantastic creature is finally unearthed and sent as a gift to the peace-loving township of Dunborough, then it becomes very disturbed indeed. This is a hilarious story in rhyme, by one of the most important British poets of his generation.
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(216mm x 135mm x 11mm)
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Author Biography - Charles Causley
Charles Causley was born in Launceston, Cornwall in 1917, and aside from his naval service in World War II, lived there all his life. He left school at 15 and worked in a builder's office, playing the piano in a dance-band in the evenings, before serving during World War II in the Royal Navy. He then returned to Launceston, and worked until his retirement as a primary school teacher, publishing poetry, stories, hymns and plays and receiving many honours. Loved by his fellow poets, Charles Causley loved and understood children, and knew what they liked instinctively.