It’s time to explore lost prehistoric lands with Lonely Planet Kids’ new Dinosaur Atlas!
Travel back over 200 million years to a time when dinosaurs roamed all over the world from the Americas to Antarctica.
Unfold maps and lift the flaps to reveal amazing illustrations and facts about how dinosaurs lived and where they were discovered.
You’ll learn about famous paleontologists – they’re people who study fossils! – and measure yourself against life-size bones, teeth and claws!
From the giant sauropods and horned dinosaurs, to duckbills and ferocious theropods, you’ll learn how the dinosaurs evolved, what they looked like, and how they hunted.
Lonely Planet Kids’ new Dinosaur Atlas also includes the latest finds and theories, so you’re totally up to date!
It was created with the help of Dr. David Button, a dinosaur expert at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, and features really nice drawings by James Gilleard.Add a comment