Discovering Dinosaurs

Discovering Dinosaurs With Over New Dinosaurs Species Discovered Since , Discovering Dinosaurs Will Make All Earlier Dino Books EXTINCT The Most Up To Date Illustrated Dinosaur Encyclopedia On The Market DISCOVERING DINOSAURS Features Spectacular Illustrations Of Nearly Species, Including All Of The Top Dinosaur Discoveries Through Written And Illustrated By Two Of The World S Top Dinosaur Experts And Artists With A Stunning Oversized Format That Showcases Bob Walters And Tess Kissinger S Award Winning Illustrations, And A Textured Dinosaur Skin Like Book Cover, Kids Will Not Want To Put The Book Down

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  • Hardcover
  • 144 pages
  • Discovering Dinosaurs
  • Bob Walters
  • 03 February 2019
  • 9781604334968

10 thoughts on “Discovering Dinosaurs

  1. says:

    I had been looking for a book on dinosaurs for a while, and wanted something very specific I wanted illustrations, and descriptions of the dinosaurs, including the time they would be found, so I could avoid the embarrassment of pitting two dinosaurs together in a fight for life when they were actually millions of years apart in time I also wanted it to have been a fairly recent book, as I know things change quickly in that scientific world Discovering Dinosaurs seemed to fit the bill nicely in all those regards, and was well reviewed to boot.For the most part, this book delivered everything I was looking for The book is organized first by period Triassic, Cretaceous, Jurrasic and then by type of dinosaur Sauropods, Ornithopods, Armor, Theropods, etc which was a neat way of seeing the different variety in the same family like the Triceratopses and Ankylosaurs In each brief description, there is information about the naming of the dinosaurs, where it has been discovered, and its scientific etymology.There are definitely a few shortcomings, though For instance, there is no index, which really makes it tough to find where that dinosaur you were just reading about was I read one entry that mentioned another dinosaur that was in the book, but had to search page by page until I found it Not very friendly Also notably missing was any types of Pteradons I don t recall that the book was only covering land based dinos, but it seemed that flying dinos would be a natural extension of the prevailing theme of connecting the dinosaurs to their bird descendants And lastly, I would have appreciated something that indicated when each particular dinosaur had been discovered.The only thing I didn t like about the provided content was a lot of the speculation of how some of the dinos looked That may have been a personal thing, but it seemed odd to me that they would say it may have had a sail or it may have been colored when there didn t seem to be much supporting evidence Ah, well It s still got great illustrations and fascinating information I think I was a bit older than its targeted demographic, but I still found it a good reference.

  2. says:

    Discovering Dinosaurs by, Robert Walters and Tess KissingerAlthough this book is long and has a lot of information in it I would still classify it as an older primary non fiction It explains what a dinosaur is, what a paleontologist is, how we know what we do about dinosaurs, information about hundreds of different types of dinosaurs, and how we believe they eventually became extinct The explanations in this book are aimed at being basic It goes through a timeline of all the different periods when dinosaurs lived with illustrations to supplement the information It even talks about how the earth changed over time and the dinosaurs had to evolve to survive these changes Even though most children in this age category might not make it through all of the information in this book they would definitely enjoy the way that the book is put together I paired this book withHow Do Dinosaurs Go To School by, Jane YolenThis is a book from a silly fiction series about how dinosaurs would act if they were still around today There are illustrations of different types of dinosaurs doing silly things I would use this paired book in my classroom to help illustrate to the children how big a dinosaur would really be in comparison to things that we have around today The illustrations in the book do a really great job of pointing this out This is why I paired these two books together.

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