Author Joe Dattalo’s new book “Dino-Lore (You Never Want to Hurt a Dinosaur!)” is a light-hearted story about exploring the world and being kind to others

Joe Dattalo, who dedicated this book to his wife, brother-in-law, mother, and all children ages 3 to 103, has completed his new book “Dino-Lore (You Never Want to Hurt a Dinosaur!) “: a whimsical life lesson offering simple advice on dealing with the dinosaurs you meet and the friends you make.

Published by Page Publishing, Dattalo’s wacky adventure finds dinosaurs at the supermarket, plays sports and wreaks all sorts of havoc on a family’s home. The story comes to life with beautiful hand-drawn illustrations by Edward J. Denecke that feature children playing in a variety of fun scenarios with their dinosaur friends.

This playful story advises, “There’s so much in the world for friends to explore, good stuff and fun stuff and laughs galore. Be nice to each other, that’s what friends are for.

But he cautions not to irritate the dinosaur friends because, “If he’s 3ft 3 or 40ft 4, he’ll find a way to even the score.”

Readers who wish to discover this amusing work can purchase “Dino-Lore (You Never Want to Hurt a Dinosaur!)” in bookstores worldwide, or online at Apple’s iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For more information or media requests, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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