Travel back in time to learn about every kind of dinosaur with this comprehensive dinosaur book for children.
With nearly 400,000 copies sold Dinosaurs: A Children's Encyclopedia is a global best-seller. It includes detailed fact files and colour illustrations of more than 320 species.
Discover the biggest, the scariest, and the strangest animals ever to inhabit our world, from Triceratops and Tyrannosaurus to horse-eating prehistoric birds and giant millipedes the size of crocodiles. Find out exactly where and when each animal lived, how large it grew, and how it captured prey or fought off enemies. Expert-verified reconstructions reveal what each dinosaur looked like, and many of the entries are accompanied by beautiful images of detailed fossils.
This dinosaur encyclopedia covers not just the dinosaurs but the whole range of prehistoric life from the origin of life to the Ice Age. The animal pages are supplemented by feature pages exploring topics related to prehistoric life, such as the study of fossilized dung and footprints, how the process of evolution works, and how Earth's climate and continents have slowly changed through billions of years of time.
Dinosaurs: A Children's Encyclopedia is the book every budding fossil hunter and dinosaur enthusiast will want to own.