Astrosaurs Pack

What do you call a space-hopping dinosaur? An ASTROSAUR! Dinosaur astronauts who right wrongs, fight evil – and eat a lot of grass! Zoom off into adventure with the plucky crew of the spaceship DSS Sauropod in six death-defying missions. Will our heroic herbivores have the mettle to defeat ravenous raptors and spooky space ghosts – and avoid being lost in the Skies of Fear or the Seas of Doom? A massive dose of fantastically funny fiction from the mega-selling author of the Cows in Action series!

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Activities

  • Astrosaurs Colouring Fun

    Colour in this picture of the Astrosaurs team in space!

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  • Astrosaurs Maze

    Help Captain Teggs, Arx and Iggy find their way through the asteroid field to their spaceship.

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  • Astrosaurs Party Tips

    Throw your own Astrosaurs party with our tips for games, activites and dino fun!

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  • Astrosaurs Recipes

    Travelling through space is hungry work! Here are some favourite Astrosaurs recipes for you to try.

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  • More Astrosaurs Recipes

    Travelling through space is hungry work! Here are some favourite Astrosaurs recipes for you to try.

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    Astrosaurs are dinosaurs that gained intelligence on earth and escaped before they would die out. Captain teggs stegosaur of the sauropod along with arx orano, gipsy saurine and iggy tooth protect their quadrant from the evil carnivores. As an age rating for these books I would say 7-10 year olds

    8 March 2013

  • loved it

    dino’s in space who’ed of thought but steve cole brillintly diffrent

    1 March 2012

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    Steve Cole

    Steve Cole is the hilarious, best-selling author of Astrosaurs, Cows In Action and the brand new Slime Squad.

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