DINOSAURS IN REYKJAVIK
W A R N I N G ! Contains man-eating dinosaurs!
Before Ivor became a scientist he was just an ordinary boy ... well, maybe not completely ordinary. For example, he didn’t want any friends and would rather not talk to anyone, except his cat Einstein. But on his eleventh birthday everything changed!
This is a book about seven ravening dinosaurs, a highly dangerous teenager, the usefulness of dodgeball, a bus driver in peril and the best companions in the world. It also teaches you a little bit about geology. And it is the first book in an exciting series! A thrilling story for readers of all ages! Illustrations by Ran Flygenring.
Dinosaurs in Reykjavik uses a special font designed to make reading easier for people with dislexia and reading problems.
Finalist and first International Selection of the DeBary Outstanding Children’s Book Awards 2016.
"The author’s command of teen-age angst is the salient feature of this prize-worthy book.
In sum: This is an author who needs an English language edition."
THE JUDGES OF THE 2016 DEBARY OUTSTANDING CHILDREN’S SCIENCE BOOK AWARDS
"Dinosaurs in Reykjavik is incredebly entertaining, funny and fantastical. I read it for my eight year old daughter. I don't know which of us laughed more; me or her."
ÓLAFUR V. ÓLAFSSON,
"It was rather difficult for this critic to read the books (Dinosaurs in Reykjavík and The Robot Attack) in peace, because the children of the house, ages 8, 11 and 12, kept stealing them to read for themselves. They loved them."