Full of detailed artwork and photographs of lifelike models, The Big Book of Dinosaurs is an enticing collection of amazing prehistoric creatures that will entertain children for hours.
This visual guide features simple but informative text and interactive questions that encourage young children to make their own dinosaur discoveries. From the fierce, meat-eating Tyrannosaurus and the long-necked, plant-eating Diplodocus to the armor-plated Stegosaurus and the tiny, hen-sized Compsognathus, this book is packed with fun facts.
The Big Book of Dinosaurs is the ultimate first dinosaur book for young readers and will gets kids excited about learning and the prehistoric world.
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