D-Bot Squad 1: Dino Hunter

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D-Bot Squad 1: Dino Hunter is the first in a super-exciting series about DINOSAUR ROBOTS for first readers … from the creators of the bestselling Boy vs Beast series. 

Dinosaurs are back, and on the loose!

It’s up to D-Bot Squad to catch them.

Hunter Marks knows everything there is to know about dinosaurs. But does he know enough to pass the computer game test and make it into top-secret D-Bot Squad?

D-Bot Squad 1: Dino Hunter is written to get kids reading – and keep them reading. Combining un-put-downable content with success-reading readability, D-Bot Squad will have even the most reluctant readers devouring all eight books. A world kids will love, using words they can read.

Authors Louise Park and Susannah McFarlane, who between them have sold more than 10 million books, have again joined forces under the the pseudonym MAC PARK to create an exciting series for new readers, D-BOT SQUAD.  Their partnership is the perfect fusion of education, literacy and reading acquisition, and cutting-edge children’s trade publishing. They have over 50 years of combined experience in publishing, writing and editing books for children that adults trust, parents buy, and kids love to read, having published, edited or written numerous bestselling children’s series, including Go Girl!, Zac Power, EJ12 Girl Hero, Star Girl, Harriet Clare and Boy vs Beast.

Illustrator James Hart was raised in the UK on English comics and classic eighties and nineties cartoons before moving to Australia and studying illustration, electronic design and multimedia. James has designed toys, animated programs such as The Day My Butt Went Psycho, and illustrated books for series including You Choose, Boy vs Beast, Glen Maxwell, Ball Stars and Accidentally Awesome. When he’s not drawing aliens, robots and monsters, James is being a dad and husband, watching movies and documentaries and cartoons, drinking coffee, listening to music, gardening, reading … and drinking more coffee. James’s illustrations can be viewed at jameshart.com.au.