Pterosaur Trouble by Daniel Loxton
(Tales of Prehistoric Life)

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Follow the pterosaur, a majestic flying reptile, as he encounters a pack of tiny but vicious dinosaurs. A unique blend of digital illustrations and landscape photography brings the ensuing battle to life. Pterosaur Trouble is book two in the Tales of Prehistoric Life series. Dramatic stories + eye-popping visuals = a surefire hit with young dinosaur lovers.
 

About Daniel Loxton

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Daniel Loxton is Editor of Junior Skeptic, the children's section of Skeptic magazine, a quarterly science education and science advocacy magazine published by the nonprofit Skeptics Society. Daniel is the author and illustrator of Evolution. He lives in Victoria, B.C. Daniel Loxton is Editor of Junior Skeptic, the children's section of Skeptic magazine, a quarterly science education and science advocacy magazine published by the nonprofit Skeptics Society. Daniel is the author and illustrator of Evolution. He lives in Victoria, B.C.
 
Published April 1, 2013 by Kids Can Press. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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A fishy breakfast almost turns fatal for huge, winged Quetzalcoatlus--the Spruce Goose of the Late Cretaceous.

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Nature photographs and digital images replicate a prehistoric world in this companion to Ankylosaur Attack, which focuses on the flying pterosaur Quetzalcoatlus. Tense narration follows the dinosaur,

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