Dinosaurs: A Visual Encyclopedia 2nd Edition
Dinosaurs are quite a fascination for the young - big, scary reptiles that roamed the earth and are now gone. This book by DK is a great resource for helping children visualize what they might have looked like and how they lived. Divided into types of dinosaurs, the book is easy to use - invertebrates, early vertebrates, dinosaurs and birds, and mammals. The book begins by explaining prehistoric life - how life began, evolution, timeline of life, fossils, and fossil hunting all from a secular perspective. Join paleontologists as they excavate fossils and bones to learn more about the size and shapes of these prehistoric creatures. Colorful photos, illustrations, and charts, take you on a visual journey that will engage young learners and help them understand more about dinosaurs! 304 pgs, pb. ~ Donna
Dinosaurs: A Visual Encyclopedia will spark the curiosity of young readers, taking them to a time where Tyrannosaurus rex ruled the land, pterodactyls flew in the skies, and packs of velociraptors prowled the jungles. Filled with up-to-date discoveries about prehistoric life, this tome includes comprehensive material about biology, geography, history, and other scientific information from prehistoric times. Dinosaurs: A Visual Encyclopedia is not a catalog of facts, but a celebration of the wonders of the world from the beginnings of our planet's existence.