Hungry Dinosaur and the Bad Case of the Tummy GROWLs!
Your favorite dinosaur is back and this time she's hungry!
Author Lee LoBue's second book in his dino series tackles a new problem often faced by children (and dinosaurs) ... the tummy GROWLs! Just like bedtime can be a struggle, so can remembering to eat enough to have a full tummy.
Being a dinosaur is always an adventure, but sometimes having so much fun means forgetting to eat. Join Hungry Dinosaur as she navigates her day and faces a big problem ... a bad case of the tummy GROWLs! As the GROWLs worry the other kids, Hungry Dinosaur needs to find a way to fill her rumbling tummy.
But what will she eat?
This colorful rhyming picture book is fun and interactive and perfect to enjoy anytime. Illustrator Mathew Schelsky returns with his colorful and vibrant style bringing the pages to life.
LEE LOBUE - AUTHOR
Lee started writing out of his passion for storytelling and as a way to put his imagination into words. Growing up in rural Illinois, he often found himself in the outdoors exploring nature and letting the surroundings come to life around him (which continues today). His work as a writer has primarily focused on children's stories often with quirky characters, animals, lessons to learn, and fun to be had. As a proud parent himself, Lee uses his experiences as a girl dad to make his stories more engaging and relatable to kids and parents alike. He resides in Carlinville, IL with his wife and two daughters.
For business inquiries, permissions, or questions about the book contact Lee at email@example.com.
MAT SCHELSKY - ILLUSTRATOR
Mat is an illustrator and graphic designer based in Chicago, IL. He loves working with whimsical worlds, fun characters and is always striving to improve his skills and challenge himself. He's always been inspired by authors and illustrators like Dr. Seuss, Shel Silverstein and Bill Waterson to create artwork that can help others to understand themselves and others better and teach them to
evaluate themselves and others with a critical eye and a compassionate approach.