Paperscapes: The Fearsome World of Dinosaurs Hardcover – Illustrated, 7 Feb 2019
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'Awesome' --Dinosaur Action! Magazine
About the Author
Pat Jacobs has written more than fifty non-fiction, reference and activity books for children on subjects ranging from dinosaurs to the future of space exploration. She has lived in Paris and Germany, and has translated several children's books from German into English. Pat has two grown-up children and lives with her husband in rural Suffolk.
From the Publisher
From gigantic herbivores to armour- plated tanks, there's a new dinosaur to meet with every turn of the page. Each dinosaur is presented with information about their appearance, characteristics, key facts and the meaning behind their names.
The unique diecut format lets the dinos leap off the page, forming a parade of the biggest, boldest and most fascinating of these incredible creatures from the past.
Reveal a parade of prehistoric predators.
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Each double-sided pages contains one dinosaur. There is information about that particular dinosaur, plus a handy note on how to pronounce its name. There is a map which shows you where each of the different dinosaurs lived as well as how long ago they lived, what period in time they roamed the earth, how big they were, what they ate and what their name actually means, such as Archaeopteryx means Ancient Wing, because when the dinosaur was found it was the oldest known bird. There is also the ‘Did you know?’ section available for each dinosaur too.
I have to say that I know the more common dinosaurs but some like the Pentaceratops or Struthiomimus, I’d never heard of before, so I learned a lot whilst reading through this beautifully illustrated book.
Again the book can be turned into a work of art in a dinosaur parade by popping out the bits of cardboard from around each dinosaur, make sure an adult helps younger children so that they don’t ruin the book by ripping the pages.
Another great book from Paperscape that I can see all those dinosaur fans loving.
Book Reviewed on Whispering Stories Blog
*I received a free copy of this book, which I voluntarily reviewed