Travel back in time and discover dinosaurs big and small! Children will be inspired to explore the prehistoric world with these fabulous dinosaur books.
In the bright pages of this children's dinosaur storybook, adventure is afoot as Jamie and Tess encounter a herd of Triceratops and hitch a ride on the dinosaur's backs. But something goes wrong and the Triceratops begin to charge! Can Jamie and Tess hang on?
This beautiful children's book about dinosaurs for 5-year-olds and up boasts:
- Beautifully illustrated line art accompanied by expertly written text
- Plenty of humor and delightful dinosaur fun facts
- Reference material that contextualizes each narrative, including timelines, quizzes, fact files and glossaries
Jamie is one of the biggest dinosaur fans ever. He's a member of the Dinosaur Club - a network of kids around the world who share dinosaur knowledge. While exploring Ammonite Bay, Jamie meets Tess, a fellow Dinosaur Club member. Tess shows Jamie her favorite place - a secret cave with fossils all over the walls. They see a strange tunnel at the back and go through it together. You won't believe what they discover next - actual dinosaurs!
The adventure continues in this exciting second installment of DK's new children's prehistoric books series. A beautiful marriage of fiction and fact, Dinosaur Club is a modern revision of the popular Dinosaur Cove series fully updated for a new audience, featuring a brand new premise, new characters, totally new artwork throughout, and all the latest dinosaur information and discoveries.
At the end of this dinosaur fiction book, you'll find "The Dino Files," which is a summary of all the scientific facts and discoveries made throughout the story. With fun illustrations, quizzes and a vocabulary list, the value of this educational book is outstanding and great for a classroom read!
Missed the first book of the Dinosaur Club? Grab a copy of Dinosaur Club: The T-Rex Attack, and keep an eye out for the next releases dropping in 2022, Dinosaur Club: Saving a Stegosaurus and Dinosaur Club: Tracking the Diplodocus.