Four little dinos…
and the big bad Gigantosaurus!
They are four! Four young dinosaurs: ROCKY, BILL, TINY and MAZU, who are growing up in a world in the making too. You may have guessed it, growing up in the Cretaceous is no mean feat for kids!
New volcanoes popping up all the time, long-necked brachiosauruses, meteor showers, enormous triceratopses and… the big bad wolf!!
Or at least its Cretaceous equivalent: the big bad Gigantosaurus, as the kids would say.
Gigantosaurus is a mysterious creature born from Jonny Duddle’s imagination in his eponymous book. This creature isn’t actually very well-known but the mere mention of his name is enough to conjure up a range of (conflicting) emotions in our four young dina-friends: fear (Bill), fascination (Rocky), laughter (Tiny), and scientific interest (Mazu). In short, Gigantosaurus represents four different ways of finding out more about the world when you’re between 4 and 6 years old.
Based on the book by Jonny Duddle, published by Templar.