Author(s): John Dougherty
In dining halls of long ago When dinosaurs sat down to dine, Did prehistoric dinner-ladies Keep them all in line? What's the REAL reason the dinosaurs died out? Can anyone rescue Class 2M from the wild dinner-ladies? And what will happen when Class 2M meet a lion? This is a funny and brilliant debut collection from the author of the bestselling Stinkbomb and Ketchup-Face books.
"One of the very best authors... for both schools and festival events" -- Theresa Lowe Glasgow's West End Festival "A funny and brilliant debut collection from the author of the bestsellingStinkbomb and Ketchup-Face series." FanstasticFiction "It took me a long time to review this book - because once I'd read all the poems, I had to go back and read them again. And I think that is what will happen to every reader." Poetry Zone
John Dougherty is a Northern Irish writer who now lives in Gloucestershire. He worked as a primary school teacher until 2004, when he became a full-time author. His first book, Zeus on the Loose, was shortlisted for the Branford Boase Award, and he is the author of the hugely popular Stinkbomb and Ketchup-Face books for primary-age children. John is chair of the UK Children's Writers and Illustrators Group of the Society of Authors. Tom Morgan-Jones is an award-winning illustrator based in Cambridge. His work is widely exhibited and internationally published, from children's books and magazines to satirical board games. His books for children include Mangy Mummies and Gory Gladiators in the Awfully Ancient series, five titles in the Short Sharp Shakespeare series and The Unlikely Outlaws by Philip Ardagh.