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1 y separately published work icon Robert Irwin 5 – 8 : The Wilderness Collection Jack Wells , North Sydney : Random House Australia , 2014 7598525 2014 selected work children's fiction
1 y separately published work icon Robert Irwin 1-4 : The Discovery Collection Jack Wells , North Sydney : Random House Australia , 2014 7598367 2014 selected work children's fiction
1 y separately published work icon Eruption! Robert Irwin , Jack Wells , North Sydney : Random House Australia , 2013 Z1934851 2013 single work children's fiction children's 'While bushwalking in New Zealand, Mount Ruapehu, a volcano lets off some steam. In the country of the tuatara, it gets Robert thinking, how and why did the dinosaurs die out? He gets a chance to find out as he is transported back to the Late Cretaceous, where climate change is taking its toll on the remaining dinosaurs.' (Publisher's blurb)
1 y separately published work icon Dinosaur Cove Robert Irwin , Jack Wells , North Sydney : Random House Australia , 2013 Z1934842 2013 single work children's fiction children's 'Robert and Riley are visiting Dinosaur Cove in Victoria, the site where paleontologists discovered Leaellynasaura amicagraphica, a dinosaur that called into question whether dinosaurs were cold or warm blooded. When Robert and Riley get transported back in time, they realise that Victoria really was close to Antarctica in prehistoric times - it's freezing!' (Publisher's blurb)
1 y separately published work icon The Dinosaur Feather Robert Irwin , Jack Wells , North Sydney : Random House Australia , 2013 Z1908664 2013 single work children's fiction children's adventure 'While spending time with the Cassowaries at Australia Zoo, Robert can't help but think of the feathered dinosaurs. How close are the ostrich and cassowary to their dinosaur ancestors? Zip back to prehistoric China, where feathered dinosaurs, such as the Yutyrannus huali,roamed the land.

And Robert gets to see one of his favourite 'saurs, the Micropahycephalosaurs. He's small in stature but sure is big in personality!' (Publisher's blurb)
1 y separately published work icon Armoured Defence Robert Irwin , Jack Wells , North Sydney : Random House Australia , 2013 Z1908661 2013 single work children's fiction children's adventure 'Robert and his best friend Riley are visiting the Canadian badlands in Alberta with Riley's Uncle Nate. The badlands are home to over 35 different species of dinosaur fossils.

Robert and Riley get pulled back in time to Alberta, Canada during the Late Cretaceous period, to find a heavily armoured euoplocephalus trapped in vines. The rescue doesn't go according to plan when a ferocious gorgosaurus arrives on the scene, looking for a snack!' (Publisher's blurb)
1 y separately published work icon Ambush at Cisco Swamp Robert Irwin , Jack Wells , North Sydney : Random House Australia , 2013 Z1908658 2013 single work children's fiction children's adventure 'The Irwins are in Texas, doing some crocodilian research on the American Alligator. Robert knows that the ancient deinosuchus roamed around these parts, and when his fossil transports him back in time, he gets to see firsthand the prehistoric predator take on an albertasaurus, and win!' (Publisher's blurb)
1 1 y separately published work icon Dino Champions Jack Wells , Robert Irwin , North Sydney : Random House Australia , 2013 7598576 2013 single work children's fiction children's

'Robert is taking part in an athletics carnival. After an exhausting training session, he starts thinking about the biggest, fastest and strongest creatures in the dinosaur kingdom. With his best friend Riley, the two friends travel back in time to check out the gold medal champions of prehistoric times. ' (Publication summary)

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