Doctorsaurus by Emi-Lou May – Book Review

Doctorsaurus by Emi-Lou May – Book Review

Doctorsaurus by Emi-Lou May

Doctorsaurus

Author – Emi-Lou May
Illustrator – Leire Martín
Publisher – Little Tiger Press
Pages – 32
Released – 4th March 2021
ISBN-13 – 978-1788818612
Format – hardcover
Rating – 5 Stars
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Synopsis

Thumping head? Tummy ache? Nose all sore and sniffy? Then call for Doctorsaurus and she’ll fix you in a jiffy!

A rhyming prehistoric romp – just the tonic for poorly toddlers!

Review by Stacey

Doctorsaurus is one of those books that children will adore and find hilarious, whilst parents/guardians will pull horrid faces at some of the scenes.

The book is filled with different dinosaurs all having medical issues such as Triceratops breaking his horn in three, or T-Rex having a thumping head, sneezing, and sniffing. They all get help from their local doctor – Doctorsaurus, who fixes all their problems, including giving prunes to one who can’t go to the toilet (might have something to do with the horrid scenes mentioned above!!)

The book is illustrated wonderfully with bright, colourful illustrations that are a lot of fun to look at and are full-page too. The book has been written in a rhyming style which I love and find that children love as well.

The plot is highly amusing and I love how helpful Doctorsaurus was to all her patients. The dinosaurs appreciated her so much that they even threw her a party.

This is a story that I can see young children asking for over and over again as it is adventurous, thrilling, and will make them laugh-out-loud.

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Author Info

Emi-Lou May lives in a boys’ boarding school near Oxford, England, with a husband, four children, 65 teenaged boys and a host of lively pets. Emi-Lou previously worked in film and radio and has always loved the art of storytelling in any and every format. Doctorsaurus is her debut picture book.

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