Spring Fiction for Budding Bookworms

Dinosaurs in the Attic

By Sarah Rosenfeld

A review of Dinosaurs In The Attic by Colleen Heffernan

Published on April 1, 2001

Dinosaurs In The Attic
Colleen Heffernan

Roussan Publishers
$6.95
paper

The season brings a new batch of chapter books from Montreal’s Roussan Publishers. In Dinosaurs in the Attic ($6.95, ages seven to nine) Edmonton writer Colleen Heffernan was inspired by her son to write a book about a boy who loved those prehistoric creatures. The relationship between the two brothers in this short book is sweet. A nice story to read before bedtime – as long as there aren’t any dinosaurs lurking in the attic. mRb

Sarah Rosenfeld is a writer and associate editor for a travel and leisure magazine for Canadian physicians.

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