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Dino Dana: Dino Field Guide

By J.J. Johnson,Colleen Russo Johnson,Christin Simms
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Mango Media Inc.
  • Isbn : 1642505226
  • Pages : 230
  • Category : Juvenile Nonfiction
  • Reads : 693
  • File Pdf: dino-dana.pdf

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Dig into Paleontology with Dino Dana #1 New Release in Children's Dinosaur Books and Fossil Books Following up on the #1 Bestseller comes Dino Dana: Dino Field Guide, Volume 2 - Pterosaurs and Other Prehistoric Creatures. Part paleontology field guide, part encyclopedia for kids, this colorful second volume explores some of the amazing creatures that once flew through the sky, swam in the oceans, and stomped on prehistoric earth. An introduction to dinosaur fossils for kids. Everyone’s favorite Emmy-award winning paleontologist returns─this time, exploring all sorts of prehistoric marine animals, mammals, and insects. With stunning illustrations, fascinating facts, and thought-provoking experiments, this second Dino Dana field guide offers a creative, inside look into the world of paleontology for kids. For readers of books about dinosaurs for kids. A prehistoric animal encyclopedia for kids like no other, Dino Dana: Dino Field Guide, Volume 2 offers endless facts about dinosaurs, fossils, and prehistoric times. Complete with a photo glossary, size comparisons, and tons of DIY activities, Dino Dana’s second volume makes a wonderful addition to any collection of dinosaur books or Dino Dana toys. Inside this interactive dinosaur encyclopedia, kids will learn which dinosaur was: • The first bird • The largest fish to have ever existed • Named after of the whale in Moby Dick If you’re looking for nature books for kids, science books for kids age 9-12, or dinosaur books for kids 8-12─or enjoy the Jurassic World book series, look and find books, or National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Dinosaurs─then you’ll love Dino Dana: Dino Field Guide, Volume 2 - Pterosaurs and Other Prehistoric Creatures.

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