One of Our Dinosaurs is Missing

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I’ve just come back from Lates at the Natural History Museum! If you haven’t been, then GO. I mean to the museum in general, but if you can get yourself to a late night then you can look at dinosaurs with a) no children in the way; b) funky music playing; and c) booze. I haven’t been to the museum since the Moving Dinosaurs in the 90s (which made a boy in my school cry – ha!) and boy, have I missed out. It’s just wonderful. The building is like a cathedral. It’s huge and vast and ornate and the shop is called the ‘Dino-store’. What more could you want? What was that? Some photos? Oh, if you insist…DSCF1484 DSCF1493 DSCF1517 DSCF1547 DSCF1551 DSCF1559 DSCF1580 DSCF1590 DSCF1601 DSCF1618 DSCF1623 DSCF1625 DSCF1664 DSCF1674 DSCF1690 DSCF1697 DSCF1703 DSCF1712 DSCF1743

The Author

Hello! I'm Brigid. I live in London and work in a primary school. My ambition is to be a children's author and illustrator. I also like listening to 80s music and dancing like a loon. My heart dances to vintage dresses, mini coopers, brass bands and hula hoops. Proud owner of goldfish and a pink ukulele. This blog is a mishmash of my general life. I hope you enjoy it.

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