Dinosaurs come alive as never before in this book with a tactile rubber cover and lifelike "photo essays" that will make you look twice!
Sixty-five million years ago in the North American West, a baby dinosaur struggles to hatch from its egg, looking as downy as a bird, its modern descendant. The baby dinosaur grows quickly, wrestling with its brothers and sisters, sprouting teeth as long as bananas, learning to hunt. . . . But wait a minute, where did these photographs come from?
Step into the ancient world of the dinosaur! In this remarkable book, a pair of respected dinosaur experts re-create scenes from the life of a typical Triceratops so realistically that you’d think these hulking giants were strutting around just yesterday. What’s more, each book features a sculpted rubber cover reproducing the dinosaur’s face. It’s about as close as you can come to being there!
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Published March 31, 2003
Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.