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Marv and the Dino Attack: from the multi-award nominated Marv series

Alex Falase-Koya, Paula Bowles

Marv and the Dino Attack: from the multi-award nominated Marv series


  • Action Adventures - chills, thrills and plenty of spills

Average rating

4 out 5

9 reviews

It's an exciting day for Marvin and his classmates because they are visiting the Natural History Museum. Marvin and Joe can't wait to see all those dinosaur skeletons up close, but they get more than they bargained for when supervillain Leo turns up and brings the Dino skeletons to life! With the help of his loyal sidekick, a super-intelligent robot called Pixel, it's time for Marvin to become superhero Marv. Marv must use all of his newfound superhero skills if he wants to stop Leo and save his classmates from the gang of marauding dino skeletons running riot!



My favourite character is Marv.

Duchess Pinky Pudding-Basin 22.08.2023


It Was Good.

Chief Tyler Owl 28.07.2023


It was ok but the reason why I don’t really like it is because there were so many pages and 1 story

Doctor Cello Squirrel 27.07.2023


I think Marvin is really cool when he turns into the superhero MARV and how he beats the baddy is even cooler.

Dame Sapphire Squirrel 18.07.2023

Star Reviewer

Star Reviewer


I loved the dinosaurs and Marv.

Superintendent Jazzy Jellybaby 16.09.2022


I like the book and it had more chapters, enjoyed reading. Marv was trying to beat the Velociraptor and Rex - He froze them This book is fiction I will recommend children to read big books :)

Principal Cornetto Lanzarote 13.08.2022


Marven reminds about Marvel

Officer Pansy Peanut-butter 12.08.2022


This is the second Marv book I have read and it is really cool.

Marshal Binky Pendragon 12.08.2022


I like how the people find the suits instead of making them yourself.

King Dobbin Quarantine 09.08.2022

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