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Excavate! Dinosaurs: Paper Toy Paleontology Paperback – October 21, 2014
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From the Back Cover
Have you ever wondered how paleontologists piece together dinosaur skeletons to create the reconstructions you see in museums? Now's your chance to try it for yourself! In the detailed field guide section, read about 12 amazing dinosaurs that once lived on Earth. Study the information carefully, then use it to identify the bones in the dig sites. When you've matched the bones to the dinosaurs, pop out and fit the pieces together to create an awesome set of 3D dinosaur models!
About the Author
Jonathan Tennant is a science educator and paleontologist working on his PhD in tetrapod biodiversity and extinction at Imperial College in London, England. He co-hosts a podcast series called Palaeocast, tweets as @protohedgehog, and blogs at egu.eu/palaeoblog.
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K loves dinosaurs. He can pretty much name all the dinosaurs there are along with if they are meat eaters or plant eaters.
With this story we learned a bit more about dinosaurs and the time periods and the fun part about this is that K could put together his own dinosaurs. He had to learn how to do them. He had to learn about the dinosaurs first before he could just put them together, which I thought was a neat idea as it helps builds a child's ability to think. Now the time periods some of them were hard to pronounce for this momma which K had to help me. The pictures are nice and colorful.
Would I buy this book of course! Especially for kids that like dinosaurs.