Dinosaurs are Harry's security blanket, and he takes them everywhere with him even to his first day of school. When he must leave his toys in the coatroom during class, he feels as though he has lost his best friends. He doesn't think that he'll like school very much without his dinosaurs by his side that is, until he notices a very shy boy who has been devoted to a bulldozer all day. Harry befriends Jack by telling him all about his dinosaurs, and Jack lets Stegosaurus ride in his bulldozer. Ian Whybrow's Harry and the Dinosaurs Go to School is a story sure to comfort little ones with qualms about heading off to their own first day of school. Adrian Reynolds' cheerful illustrations bring Harry's dinosaurs to life as they serve as a springboard for a new friendship between Harry and Jack.