Dinosaur's Strip Books were a series of comics from Dinosaur Publications. The line appears to have lasted for four volumes, all released in 1982: One of these Days, by Helen Solomon and Steve Smallman; It Couldn't Happen to Me, by Catherine Storr and Isabel Pearce; Tomboy, by Terry McKenna; and The Long Distance Poet by Jan Mark and Steve Smallman.

The back-cover blurb described the books as being "specifically designed to cater for older children who still enjoy and benefit from picture-strip stories". The term "comic" was carefully avoided, but the series utilised a conventional comic format, similar to the various picture libraries from DC Thomson and IPC; the main twist was the involvement of figures from the world of more respectable children's literature.

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