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Examines the eating habits of dinosaurs of all shapes and sizes through a review of the various ways they hunted, killed, and devoured their prey, created in association with the Natural History Museum of London, England.
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Mick Manning and Brita Granstrom have won international recognition for their innovative nonfiction titles. Their work has garnered such awards as the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold and Platinum Awards and The Smarties Award. "Booklist" commended the "fun activities for hands-opn learning" in "Dinomania:Things to Do with Dinosaurs". They are married and live with their children in England. Their website is www.mickandbrita.comFrom Booklist:
The creators of Dinomania (2002) are back again, this time considering the eating habits of 10 types of dinosaurs. The beasts loom large on each double-page spread, devouring their food of choice (in the case of Coelophysis, it was sometimes their young). Each dinosaur describes what it eats in a playful, first-person narrative of 4 to 6 lines. A sidebar for each dinosaur provides factual information, including the pronunciation of the dinosaur's scientific name, when it lived, its size, its food preference, and a few additional bits about its eating habits. The illustrations, however, rendered in watercolor and pencil, dominate the pages. With its large, eye-catching, dramatic renderings of dinosaurs gorging themselves, this is a feast for the eyes, but it will also be fulfilling for kids with an appetite for a few basic facts.The final spread is devoted to a short glossary and an illustrated geological time line. Enos, Randall
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Book Description Holiday House, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110823420892
Book Description Holiday House. Hardcover. Condition: New. 0823420892 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.1361183