The Usborne Internet-Linked First Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Life by Fiona Chandler

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What was the biggest dinosaur? What was the Ice Age? Why did the dinosaurs die out? Find out in this lavish and lively book. Simple text, beautiful illustrations, stunning photographs of dinosaur models and links to exciting recommended websites introduce young readers to the wonders of the prehistoric world. All websites are regularly reviewed and can be visited via links on the Usborne Quicklinks Website. A selection of free downloadable pictures from this book is also available at Usborne Quicklinks. Must I be online to use this book? Absolutely not. This book also works as an excellent information book on its own.

About Fiona Chandler

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David Hancock has worked in travel guide publishing since 1983, on walking books and general travel writing as well as on several pubs guides. He has his finger on the pulse of the changing scene and is passionate about the subject. Mark Franklin is the Stein Rokkan Professor of Comparative Politics at the European University Institute in Florence while on leave from Trinity College, Connecticut, where he has been teaching since 1998. He has also taught at the universities of Chicago, Iowa, and Houston in the USA and at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland. He has published eleven books, including Voter Turnout and the Dynamics of Electoral Competition in Established Democracies since 1945 (Cambridge, 2004), Choosing Europe? (with Cees van der Eijk and others, 1996), and Electoral Change (with Tom Mackie, Henry Valen, and others, Cambridge, 1992). He founded the Public Opinion and Participation Section of the European Union Studies Association, has been a director of the European Election Studies project since 1987, and has served on the editorial boards of six journals.
Published January 1, 2004 by Usborne Publishing Ltd. 64 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books.

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