Dinosaur Atlas (Lonely Planet Kids)

Dinosaur Atlas (Lonely Planet Kids), by Anne Rooney, illustrated by James Gilleard

Synopsis: Travel back in time over 200 million years to lost prehistoric lands and the dinosaurs that roamed them with Lonely Planet Kids’ Dinosaur Atlas. Kids can unfold maps and lift the flaps to reveal amazing facts and illustrations about how they lived and where they were discovered. They’ll also learn about famous paleontologists and measure themselves against life-size bones, teeth and claws.

From giant sauropods and horned dinosaurs, to duckbills and ferocious theropods, kids will discover how the dinosaurs evolved, what they looked like and how they hunted. Plus, we’ve included the latest finds and most up-to-date theories.

Published: October 2017 | ISBN: 978-1786577191 | Ages: 6-8 years

Author’s Homepage: http://www.annerooney.com
Author’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/annerooney

Illustrator’s Homepage: http://www.jamesgilleard.com
Illustrator’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/jgilleard

Chair of the judges Professor Yadvinder Malhi FRS, said: “Dinosaur books are always a favourite, and there are many out there on the bookshelves. Many are beautifully illustrated but tend to just end up being a catalogue of dinosaur species. This wonderfully illustrated and laid-out book is refreshingly different. For one thing, being an atlas, it covers the geography of which dinosaurs were found where, and where particular discoveries were made, and has great life-size illustrations. The artwork is fresh and engaging, and overall the reader comes away with a much fuller understanding the dinosaur world, and how we have come to find out about this world.” – Royal Society Young People’s Book Prize Nominee

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Hardcover Edition: Dinosaur Atlas (Lonely Planet Kids)


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