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by David Lambert


Author David Lambert explains what probably happened to cause the positions of these two dinosaurs.

Author David Lambert explains what probably happened to cause the positions of these two dinosaurs. A good book to have in your dinosaur library. DK Guide to Dinosaurs is suited for children who are interested in learning everything you could ever want to know about Dinosaurs as well as Adults who are curious about them. If you ever had to write a book report this would be the book to purchase on the subject of Dinosaurs.

Our 5 year old is dinosaur crazy right now and this was the perfect gift for him. We love the fact that the illustrations place the dinosaurs in various habitats.

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Using the most accurate models ever produced DK Guide to Dinosaurs blends life-like dinosaur replicas with photorealistic scenery. The resulting images bring dinosaurs and their strange world back to life with astonishing detail. Visit the the dank swamps sweeping seascapes and sun-scorched deserts that marked and moulded their lives and ultimate demise.

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Depicts how dinosaurs lived and died, covering such topics as habitats, size, hunting techniques, self-defense, courtship, and family life.
Chilldweller
The age range specified for this book, as listed on the amazon web page, is 4-8 years old. I'm not an expert on kids that age, & they undoubtedly would be interested in the illustrations, but the text of this book is certainly more advanced than that. Phrases like "preposterously outsized" (p. 28), "chalk-forming single-celled organisms (p. 51), etc. would make the text comprehensible to a bit older group than 4-8 year olds. I'm not complaining about the way the book is written (it's written in a very clear, very straightforward, & informative style, using simple language), I'm just referring to the claimed target age group. The illustrations range from OK to outstanding, although there is some redundancy (the terrific Giganotosaurus illustration is used for the front cover, spread across pp. 4-5, & the same illustration is used again on pp. 8-9 in a different setting). Although the scope of this book is quite limited (it is, after all, only 64 pages), there is a lot of interesting information contained on the dinosaurs it does cover, & there are explanations of basic (& not so basic) facts answering often asked questions (like the reason many dinosaur forelimbs are so short). Adults with some knowledge of dinosaurs can learn quite a bit here as well. For example, p. 26 shows a skeletal layout of a Velociraptor & Protoceratops that I've seen before but never fully understood. Author David Lambert explains what probably happened to cause the positions of these two dinosaurs. A good book to have in your dinosaur library.
Kelerana
Our 5 year old is dinosaur crazy right now and this was the perfect gift for him. We love the fact that the illustrations place the dinosaurs in various habitats. Our family finds it facinating to see all kinds of dinosarus in action in the forest, the desert, or my personal favorite, threading their way through a traffic jam in NYC! It gives great perspective on size and behavior. The language is a little advanced but that doesn't seem to dissuade our son from loving this book and it's a great way to expand vocabulary. Plus, it's nice to have something that grows with your child a bit. This book will be around in our house for a good while I'm guessing. Note: it's big and not the easiest bedtime read given it's size. It's more of a sit at a table or on the sofa and read kind of book.
Blackseeker
The quality of printing is fantastic. Great bright pictures, very captivating! However, the text is rather minimal, and is written in an odd indeterminate language -- clearly not for adults, but also not obviously for children -- so I have to speak over the text when I read this book to my four-year-old. An older child would find the book lacking in the text content. But again, the quality of pictures and the print is fantastic.
Shomeshet
Good book, received in good time, a lot of good photos and good fossil pictures, it is a good read and one you will enjoy in reading about the dinosaurs, of the past.
Thabel
Great kids book and detailed pictures--plus even parents can learn some interesting facts about dinosaurs that they did not know. More of a reference book and not a bedtime story book, but my 6-year old enjoys it and it will be good for a number of years as he grows and continues to explore and read.
Punind
There are thirty chapters in all, each consisting of two pages with illustrations, graphs and descriptions. For the two-page spread on reconstructing the past, this is done in full-length, so the book must be turned another way for you to view this chapter. My son likes the Feet and Footprints chapter along with the Migration and Killer Instinct. You can see the " Powerful jaws were Tyrannosaurus's main weapon."

In the chapter, Types of Dinosaurs it is broken down into the periods of Triassic, Jurassic, Cretaceous. For the Heads and Skulls chapter it is mentioned, " Suchomimus had a long, narrow head like a crocodile's, and teeth to match." Prehistoric Earth breaks down what each continent was like during the time period, for Triassic Life" The first dinosaurs appeared in the Triassic Period, about 230 million years ago." For the Cretaceous World "The Earth began to take on its present form in the Cretaceous."

DK Guide to Dinosaurs is suited for children who are interested in learning everything you could ever want to know about Dinosaurs as well as Adults who are curious about them. If you ever had to write a book report this would be the book to purchase on the subject of Dinosaurs.

We have borrowed numerous books over the course of a year on Dinosaurs and I would place this book at the top of the list in gaining knowledge and the vivid illustrations that bring this period to life through the pages of DK Guide to Dinosaurs.

My seven-year old says there are many pages in this book and he reads it at leisure a few chapters at a time. You can gain insight into the social life of Dinosaurs, what their favorite food was as well as which ones were carnivores. There are illustrations of dinosaur eggs and the meteors that were thought to destroy the land of the dinosaurs. The most colorful page is the DinoBirds where you see the red and blue feathered DinoTurkey, and wonder whether the Velociraptor was a DinoBird too.

There is a lot to absorb in DK Guide to Dinosaurs but not overwhelming if you pick and choose topics of interest first and delve in slowly. Inside the index you can easily find where claws are discussed, nasal bosses, plants, asteroids, volcanoes and snakes to name a few. Dorling Kindersley acknowledged many photographs that were reproduced within DK Guide to Dinosaurs, which would make a great gift for any Dinosaur loving fantatic! For some kids just learning the names of all the Dinosaurs can be a fun challenge. This over sized book would sit nicely on a coffee table and be ideal for reading in a classroom environment a chapter a day.
DK Guide: Dinosaurs ebook
Author:
David Lambert
Category:
Animals
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Publisher:
DK Children; Educational edition (March 6, 2006)
Pages:
64 pages
Rating:
4.8
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