Dinosaurs and More Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs and More Dinosaurs Boy do we got dinosaurs here

  • Title: Dinosaurs and More Dinosaurs
  • Author: M. Jean Craig George Solonevich
  • ISBN: 9780590410328
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Paperback
  • Boy, do we got dinosaurs here

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    1. This is a very good textbook masquerading as a regular nonfiction book. It is broken into chapters with sub-chapter categories. The dinosaur names have pronunciation keys in child-friendly language and is easy to differentiate by the rest of the text by larger, bold font in orange color, surrounded by parentheses. Pictures act as visual representations in a child friendly appearance without diagram components. Text highlights future and past related topics. Some language is defined by it's etymo [...]

    2. First book (I know because I wrote '1.' on the cover) I ever bought from the Junior School Book Club - I must have been about 10 years old. You all choose your books from a catalogue and about 2 weeks later they all arrive and it's Fab! I remember buying more of these book club books, but not sure what happened to them all.The back cover has a picture of what looks like a Raptor (from Jurassic Park) and says: 'You could hold this dinosaur in your two hands. He was only as big as a small cat. Rea [...]

    3. I couldn't resist this little book. It was published in 1965. There are quite a few brush and ink illustrations reflecting the attitudes of the time about what the dinosaurs looked like. Think of the monster dinos from '50's B movies and you're pretty close. I like to say it was before they looked like themselves. It was interesting to see how much our views about dinosaurs have changed. From slow, dumb, plodding creatures (some with nostrils on top of their heads so they can hide in deep water) [...]

    4. I had this paperback when I was a little kid. The ideas about dinosaurs (such as their locomotion) turned out to be more or less wrong (oops) but was considered correct at the time. As a little girl, I'd spend hours getting lost in the black and white illustrations. I was born in 1969, so I think I had the 1965 edition. It's long gone now -- along with the dinosaurs.

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