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Tiny T. Rex and the Grand Ta-Da!

Jonathan Stutzman ; Jay Fleck
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In the newest picture book in the bestselling Tiny T. Rex series, lovable friends Tiny and Pointy challenge themselves when they enter the school talent show. Tiny T. Rex and his friend Pointy really want to win...
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In the newest picture book in the bestselling Tiny T. Rex series, lovable friends Tiny and Pointy challenge themselves when they enter the school talent show.

Tiny T. Rex and his friend Pointy really want to win their school's talent show. And they think they know just how to do it: they will become great magicians, just like their hero, The Amazing Presto. Together they work hard on their act, including the grandest trick of all: to make something disappear. But it isn't easy to become magicians, and just when they've mastered their skills, they face an even greater challenge: performing in front of an audience! With their trademark humor and warmth, beloved duo Tiny and Pointy prove that every problem can be overcome as long as it's met with patience and understanding.

Format: Hardcover
Pages: 52
Size: 9 x 9 S
Age Range: 3 - 5 Years
Publication Date: 04/11/2023
ISBN: 9781452184883

Jonathan Stutzman is an award-winning children's book author and filmmaker. His work for children includes the bestselling Tiny T. Rex series as well as Llama Destroys the World, illustrated by Heather Fox, Bear Is a Bear, illustrated by Dan Santat, and many others. The only magic trick Jonathan knows is how to make donuts (and other tasty foods) disappear. He lives in Pennsylvania, where right now he's most likely reading or thinking about new stories.

Jay Fleck is the author-illustrator of Crinkle, Crinkle, Little Car and the illustrator of a number of other children's books, including the bestselling Tiny T. Rex series. He resides in a suburb south of Chicago with his wife, two children, and loyal dog, Otis. He spends his spare time running and reading (but not at the same time).