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Color an awesome array of dynamic dinosaurs!
Meet Stegosaurus, an armored lizard as big as a car with a peanut-sized brain; Pteradon, a flying reptile with an incredible 27-foot wingspan; Protoceratops, named for its giant skull and parrot-like beak, and Oviraptor, its egg-stealing enemy; and Tyrannosaurus, the fiercest carnivore that ever roamed the earth. Forty scientifically accurate drawings depict prehistoric creatures in their natural habitats, accompanied by captions explaining their size, classification, behavior, and other fascinating details.
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Forty-five drawings, superbly rendered for coloring, of Archaeopteryx, Stegosaurus, Archelon, Tyrannosaurus — largest and fiercest carnivore ever to walk the earth — Pteranodon, Oviraptor, Triceratops, Gorgosaurus, Plateosaurus, Styracosaurus, Tylosaurus, Dimetrodon, Brontosaurus, and more. In all, 32 dinosaurs, 6 non-dinosaurian archosaurs, 1 fossil bird, and 1 ancient sea turtle.
Forty-five drawings, superbly rendered for coloring, of Archaeopteryx, Stegosaurus, Archelon, Tyrannosaurus, and more. Detailed captions describe 32 dinosaurs, 6 non-dinosaurian archosaurs, 1 fossil bird, and 1 ancient sea turtle.
A coloring book about dinosaurs, with 110 species and color stickers.
From the green Proceratops to the fearsome orangy gray Tyrannosaurus rex, coloring your own field guide is the most enjoyable way to learn about dinosaurs. Each drawing is accompanied by a brief description that educates as it entertains. Place the new color stickers next to the drawings for a visual reference while coloring. Coloring the drawings helps reinforce the color, image, and shape of each dinosaur, improving your memory and perception while offering a pleasant and easy way to learn. Fun for adults as well as children, beginning and experienced naturalists alike.
About the Author
John Kricher's works include the Peterson Field Guides toandnbsp;Eastern Forests, Rocky Mountain and Southwestern Forests, and California and Pacific Northwest Forests.Gordon Morrison is a well-known naturalist whose work has been praised by Roger Tory Peterson as "Marvelous, beautiful, excellent . . . Morrison's work is so inspiring that I wish such clear material was available when I was slowly learning ecology. . . . We owe a debt of gratitude to Gordon for his interpretive skills as an artist. He is a superb teacher who uses visual methods." Robert Bateman likened his work to that of Albrecht Durer and Andrew Wyeth. Gordon Morrison makes his home in Massachusetts.
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