A dinosaur was buried at the bottom of an ocean. Learn how its bones turned to stone, and how they got put back together again. See dinosaur scientists work on a special museum display in this story of fossils.
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Jacqui Bailey is a Capstone Press author.Review:
Matthew Lilly's simple yet bright and clear full-color illustrations bring to life Jacqui Bailey's educational ""Science Works"" series ($16.95 each), a series for grades 3-6 (ages 8-12) which combines fascinating fats with fun experiements any child can do --The Midwest Book Review- Children's Bookwatch
Picture Window Books' most attractive series yet is the comic-inspired ""Science Work"" line of nonfiction picture books on various elementary science subjects. Designed to instruct and inspire third through sixth grade students, they show how our everday w --The Midwest Book Review- Bookwatch
These excellent science books explain their subjects lucidly and sometimes amusingly. In Bones, a Coelophysis misses its prey, crashes into a river, breaks its back, and drowns, although the skeleton keeps up a running commentary throughout the rest of th --School Library Journal
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