This is great book for kids who love dinosaurs.
With all that text, the parents will be doing some of the reading for kids on the younger end, but it's a good share book with some interesting reading for all ages.
Rather than paragraphs of text, you have fun illustrations and nuggets of information on each page.
Children these days love dinosaurs and so I was not surprised that “Not For Parents: How to be a Dinosaur Hunter” by Lonely Planet and Scott Forbes was well-received by my young... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Emory Daniels
I like this book for its easy to understand breakdowns and ability to skip around and read different parts easily. Read morePublished 14 months ago by microeconomics
I've come to the conclusion that "Lonely Planet" is synonymous with "Top Notch". Full-color pages, informative sidebars, engaging layouts, and accessible... Read morePublished 15 months ago by P. Kingsriter
Believe me, I love dinosaurs and books that my son and I can enjoy about them, together or separately. Read morePublished 15 months ago by T. Fisher
For an adventure-packed, fun approach to learning about the age of the dinosaur, Lonely Plant’s “Not-For-Parents How to Be a Dinosaur Hunter” is quite an informative journey. Read morePublished 15 months ago by J. Sullivan
The resident five-year-old wants to be a paleontologist. Okay, technically she wants to be a paleontologist tattoo artist (who tattoos animals only and works only at midnight) who... Read morePublished 15 months ago by OutlawPoet
an ok book, but I was a little dissappointed in this book. I got it for my granddaughter and she really lost interest quickly.Published 15 months ago by Jan326
It was reported on Friday October 18, 2013 by Park City Daily News that Kentucky Creation Museum, has been the beneficiary of a large dinosaur skeleton, which is said... Read more