The remarkable true story of science superstar Joan Wiffen, whose fossil discoveries proved that dinosaurs lived in ancient New Zealand. Once there was a clever girl who liked searching for interesting things on the ground. She wanted to know why shells could be found in rocks so far away from the sea. ...Show more
See the radar-sharp teeth of a Megalosaurus. Discover how scientists excavate incredible fossils buried for millions of years. Find out how dinosaurs lived, and learn about the catastrophic event that led to their extinction. What will you Eyewitness next? Visually stunning and packed full of facts, DK ...Show more
Go back in time with First Dinosaur Encyclopedia. A delightful first reference book about dinosaurs for young paleontologists, this updated edition of First Dinosaur Encyclopedia takes readers on a journey to the prehistoric world of dinosaurs. Find out everything there is to know about T. rexes and tri ...Show more
Want to know your Brachiosauras from your Supersauras? Or have you always wondered what a dinosaur ate? Then discover those answers and more in Dinosaur A to Z. This amazing alphabetical dinosaur parade takes a fascinating look at the most exciting dinosaurs that ever lived. Dinosaur A to Z is an incred ...Show more
Beautifully illustrated by children's artist Anthony Lewis, with lively age-appropriate text by zoologist and environmentalist David Burnie, the First Dinosaur Picture Atlas explains where dinosaurs came from and how they lived in different habitats across the world. An adorable dinosaur-shaped bookmark ...Show more
A children's book that takes you back in time to discover a prehistoric world of dinosaur facts. Practise your palaeontology, see dinosaur bones up-close, and learn facts about fossils. The latest title in the popular My Encyclopedia of Very Important...series, this visually stunning dinosaur book is so ...Show more
Amazing full-color illustrations reveal facts about how dinosaurs lived more than 200 million years ago and where they have been discovered. Kids also learn about famous paleontologists and can measure themselves against life-size bones, teeth, and claws. 10 13/16 x 10.
We see their bones in museums. We pore over their imagined likenesses in books. We love movies that bring them to the big screen. Now, see dinosaurs come to life as if you were traveling on an expedition a hundred million years back in time. Using extremely lifelike animation, Dinosaur shows us a herd o ...Show more