Let's Look at Dinosaurs by Frances Barry
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Take a fun hands-on look at dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures with the help of striking collage illustrations, bold flaps, and a die-cut surprise.

Did you ever wonder how far a pterosaur can fly? Why the triceratops has such a large frill around its neck? Or what a pachycephalosaurus does with its bony head? Through large flaps and fold-outs, an appealing question-and-answer narrative, and fascinating facts on each spread, readers learn how dinosaurs were born, what they ate, how they defended themselves, what sounds they made, how they lived, and what remains of them today. Included is a handy pronunciation guide to the names of the dinosaurs and related prehistoric beasts.

About Frances Barry

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Frances Barry is the creator of three novelty concept books about Duckie and the Fold Out and Find Out books Big Yellow Sunflower and Little Green Frogs. Her most recent book is Let's Save the Animals. She lives in London.
Published June 1, 2011 by Walker & Company. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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/ Her eggs are hatching.” One or two sentences in a smaller font give more information: “Dinosaurs laid eggs in nests on the ground.” As the text progresses, children learn what dinosaurs ate, how big they were, how they might have defended themselves and communicated, what is left of them today ...

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