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The series is about a 5-year-old boy named Harry, who has a bucket full of dinosaurs.

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  • This collection of books is based on a little boy called Harry who takes his bucket of toy dinosaurs with him wherever he goes. The dinosaurs talk to Harry and the books tend to be based on new experiences such as going to school and his Nan being ill in hospital. The stories were later made into an animated TV series making Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs a household name.

    In "Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs," a young red-headed boy explores life-issues with a team of dinosaur friends. His Nana gave him a bucket full of toy dinosaurs that allows him to visit a special place called Dino World. Whether he wants to stay up late, keep a library book past its due date, take care of a baby bird, or it's something else, Harry can work it out in this imaginative land. His dinosaur friends are Taury, Trike, Pterence, Patsy, Sid and Steggy. Back at home, Harry is looked after by his mother and his Nana. Written by

  • He believes children are partly attracted to Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs because of their fascination with dinosaurs, which is especially true for boys.

    In "Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs," a young red-headed boy explores life-issues with a team of dinosaur friends. His Nana gave him a bucket full of toy dinosaurs that allows him to visit a special place called Dino World. Whether he wants to stay up late, keep a library book past its due date, take care of a baby bird, or it's something else, Harry can work it out in this imaginative land. His dinosaur friends are Taury, Trike, Pterence, Patsy, Sid and Steggy. Back at home, Harry is looked after by his mother and his Nana. Written by

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    Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs is a series of children's books written and drawn by Ian Whybrow and Adrian Reynolds. The series is about a 5-year-old boy named Harry, who has a bucket full of dinosaurs. In the books the dinosaurs talk to Harry but seem to be toys to the other characters. The other main characters are Mum, Nan, Harry's best friend Charlie, and Harry's sister Sam. In the TV series Harry plays with the dinosaurs by jumping into the bucket, which transports him to another world, called DinoWorld. Although the dinosaurs are toy-sized in the real world, within DinoWorld they become dinosaur-sized, while Harry retains his actual size. The TV episodes are available on DVD in two volumes.

  • Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs
    Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs logo
    Created by Ian Whybrow and Adrian Reynolds
    Starring (US version)
    Andrew Chalmers
    Jamie Watson
    Ron Rubin
    Juan Chioran
    Andrew Sabiston
    Stacey DePass
    Jonathan Wilson
    Susan Roman
    Bryn McAuley
    Ellen Ray Hennessy
    Amanda Soha
    (UK version)
    Emma Tate
    Jimmy Hibbert
    Tom Eastwood
    Ben Small
    Lynn Cleckner
    David Holt
    Country of origin Canada
    United Kingdom
    United States
    No. of episodes 104 (52 episodes per season)
    Production
    Running time 22 minutes (11 min. per segment)
    Production company(s) Harry's Bucket Inc.
    Harry's Dinosaur Limited
    Super RTL
    Teletoon Original Production
    Collingwood O'Hare
    Silver Fox Films
    CCI Entertainment
    Treehouse TV
    Release
    Original network Teletoon
    Treehouse TV (Season 2 episodes only)
    Original release March 28 (2005-03-28)[1] – August 8, 2005 (2005-08-08) present [2]

    A preschool boy named Harry receives a bucket full of toy dinosaurs. This bucket holds a secret --- by using its power, Harry can travel with his dinosaurs to an amazing land of imagination called Dino World.

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Episode titles for season 1 are taken directly from the episodes. Episode titles for season 2 are taken from the official Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs website. There are a number of differences between the actual titles and the titles as listed on the website. It is also interesting to note all the episodes are the first words spoken in the episode itself, this is a prime example of title dropping.