Long-necked Dinosaurs

Long-necked Dinosaurs

by Robin Birch

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Children's Literature - Marilyn Courtot
It seems like new dinosaurs and facts about these creatures are revealed almost daily. Certainly there are many, many more than when I first learned about these beasts that roamed and ruled the Earth millions of years ago. Kids never seem to get enough and even though these names are polysyllabic, they seem to roll off their tongues (for those of us less gifted there is a pronunciation guide). This series, "Dinosaur World," features a major and often familiar dinosaur name and its relatives. The format is similar in each book—an introduction and explanation of how scientists have learned about dinosaurs by studying fossils and bones to create skeletons. Brachiosaurus was one of the largest dinosaurs to roam the Earth and it stood 50 feet high. The dinosaurs as introduced are pictured next to a mature human being to give a sense of scale—hopefully it will not lead to kids' thinking that dinosaurs and people existed at the same time. The illustrations have text superimposed and in some cases these call-outs provide additional information, but in most cases they repeat a sentence or phrase from the text. One of the more interesting long-necked dinosaurs is the Diplodocus, which was one of the longest and used its long tail like a whip for protection. Each book in the series ends with a list of the dinosaurs' names and their meanings, a glossary and a short index. Reviewer: Marilyn Courtot

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Chelsea House Publishers
Publication date:
Dinosaur World Series
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range:
7 - 9 Years

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