After leaving the rainforests of Indonesia, and outwitting the terrible Christian Hayter, Bunty Brownlee takes her grandchildren Bea and Carter, and Carter’s newly domesticated Black Dwarf Tyrant, to a safari reserve in Kenya, built to protect the endangered White Titan Tyrants.
But soon the children are caught up in a sinister plot involving poaching and diamond-mining. The young heroes require the aid of the Steggi, a nomadic tribe who live in harmony with their prized Stegosaurs …
This book is suitable for readers between 9 and 12 years of age.
The next book in the innovative adventure series. Imagine a world where dinosaurs never died out and survived in a world of Supersaurs. Packed with revelations, and with more clues to uncover via the Augmented Reality app, this thrilling African safari adventure takes the reader deeper into the wonderful world of Supersaurs.
Jay Jay Burridge studied Fine Art Sculpture at Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design. For his degree show he made a forty-foot-long, self-assembled dinosaur skeleton out of MDF. After graduating, in 1994 he took over from the legendary children’s TV presenter Tony Hart writing and co-presenting the TV show SMart for the BBC. This grew into three spin-off series and touring live shows. After eight years with the BBC, Jay Jay then turned his attention to a career in commercial art for brands such as Sony, Adidas, and Levis. It was not long before he started up his own custom-made deluxe trucker cap brand, Lucky Seven Caps. In the summer of 2010 he returned to his favourite subject of dinosaurs and exhibited his supersaurs sculptures in a one-man show in Beverly Hills, LA. The 80,000 square-foot space was filled with 15 full-sized supersaurs. With his friend Jamie Oliver, he co-created the Dinersaur Diner, situated in the heart of Piccadilly Circus. Jay Jay lives in Oxfordshire with his family.