Other Books in Series
This is book number 1 in the Dinomighty! series.
- #2: The Heist Age (Dinomighty! #2) (Hardcover): $13.99
A wildly funny full-color graphic novel about dinosaur heroes on a quest to fight for good over evil.
On their own, they are four mild-mannered dinos, but together they are . . . DINOMIGHTY!
Everything is pleasant and good in Dinotown . . . until Teri-Dactyl discovers a cryptic email that says the precious Golden Egglettes are in danger! Dinomighties unite! But can they spring into action fast enough to save these valuable jewels from evil baddies?
Readers of Dog Man, Hilo, and The Bad Guys will love the outrageous and zany humor paired with the action-packed adventure in this exciting graphic novel series.
About the Author
Doug Paleo is a dino-mite author of hilarious books for young readers. Stone is his preferred medium for etching graphic novel scripts. In his free time, he enjoys cave painting, going on long hikes to gather wild berries, and open-fire cooking.
Aaron Blecha is an artist and author who illustrates humorous books for children, including George Brown, Class Clown; Shark School; Dino Wars; and the Our Principal series. Originally from Green Bay, Wisconsin, Aaron graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1997. Before moving to London in 2007, Blecha worked as an animator and character designer in the animation and toy industries in California. Today, he works as a freelance illustrator and lives with his family in Brighton and Hove on the south coast of England.
"With lively, bright artwork, cartoonish figures, and short chapters, this is great for beginning and newer readers. The bold, vivid color palette brings the dinos to roaring life while the easy-to-follow panels make navigating the plot a breeze, and the well-lettered speech balloons are easy to read. A great beginner's comic for dinosaur and mystery lovers alike." —Booklist
“A team of dino-heroes foils the plots of their archenemies in this energetic graphic novel…. Blecha’s cartoon stylization is filled to the brim with bright colors, goofy faces, and action-oriented emanata.” —Kirkus