A Dynasty of Dinosaurs

A Dynasty of Dinosaurs

A Dynasty of Dinosaurs

A Dynasty of Dinosaurs


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"Dinosaurs so fierce they'll eat your crayons!"

Dinosaurs dominated the earth for 170 million years, and studying them takes a combination of knowledge and imagination. With A Dynasty of Dinosaurs you'll not only learn about these magnificent creatures from paleontologists, but you'll also see them through the artist's eyes of one of the world's foremost paleoartists. More importantly, you'll get to use your own imagination to recreate the ruling reptiles and their world. With well over 100 pages of fun dinosaur facts and cool illustrations to color, there's no better or more engaging way to learn!

Coloring has been shown to reduce stress and is a great way for the brain to take a break - for kids and adults! 

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781932926422
Publisher: Artemesia Publishing, LLC NC
Publication date: 10/01/2015
Pages: 132
Product dimensions: 8.40(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range: 6 - 18 Years

About the Author

Jason Poole hatched in 1970 someplace in the eastern United States where he was raised by squirrels. His interest in art was spawned as he learned to read from discarded comic books and fast food menus in the mean streets of Philadelphia. To this day the dynamic line art of comic books has left an impression on “Mr. Poole” as he is called by his jungle friends. Mr. Poole has produced art for several museums and for National Geographic and National Geographic World magazines as well as several scientific publications. Jason enjoys cheese-burgers and long walks in the badlands of Montana and Wyoming and spending time with his offspring and life mate. Jason’s studio is nestled in East Oak Lane. Its lead lined walls and roof just barely keep out the scans from the mother ship. It’s a good life and it is mine. Cheers, There is some truth in this and that is how it was written in the beginning…

Jason Schein is the founder and Executive Director of the Bighorn Basin Paleontological Institute, a new nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to paleontology and earth science research and education. Jason holds a B.S. and an M.S. in geology from Auburn University, and has taught geology and paleontology at universities in Alabama and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He has published numerous papers and abstracts on a wide variety of subjects, including paleoecology, extinct fish, crocodiles and giant turtles, and the end-Cretaceous mass extinction. Jason lives in Philadelphia, PA, where he fills his time by sharing his love of the natural world with his family and by being a dad.

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