Find out how big a fearsome Tyrannosaurus rex's skull really was and discover how an Iguanodon used its thumbs as a secret weapon! Prepare to be amazed by this incredible collection of brilliant bones from some truly astounding prehistoric creatures and discover what their bones reveal about how they lived. This spectacular collection of skeletons from some of the world's most fascinating prehistoric animals is jam-packed full of fascinating facts making it a must for any young dinosaur fans.
ROB COLSON is an author and editor of a wide range of books for children and adults, including many natural history, maths and science titles. Previous titles as author: Wayland: Ultimate Cars, Ultimate Machines (Wayland); Super Science (Franklin Watts).
This is a fascinating book which will be much enjoyed by dinosur fans of all ages. Overall, this study paperback offers good value for money.
This makes a refreshing change from the CGI-heavy dinosaur books which have been popular about each publishing recently. The information about each animal centers about the central illustration of the skeleton.[...]The texte is in small bite-szed, and is not too complicated, ideal for all abilities at KS2.
This one of the best factual Dinosaur books we've seen in ages. Expertly written and produced, fantastically presented and gloriously illustrated.
Children will find this unusual approach to a popular subject highly engaging as they enjoy looking at a spectacular collection of skeletons from some of the world's most fascinating prehistoric animals. The eye-catching presentation will grab children's interest and the plethora of facts will amaze.
This is the sort of book that really appeals to both children and adults and is a book that I will enjoy alongside the children. The book covers a lot and provides a wealth of information on dinosaurs and what their bones tell us about the lives of the dinosaurs. It is all done in a really accessible way and is great to dip in and out of.
Within the pages can be found dinosaurs, marine reptiles, flying reptiles and prehistoric mammals – it is an absolutely fascinating read packed with incredibly detailed information. At the back of the book there is an easily decipherable timeline as well as two invaluable pages about fossils. The unusual approach to the topic coupled with the stunning presentation will engage children and adults alike.