Los Dinosaurios

Los Dinosaurios

Book - 2013
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Baker & Taylor
Provides a chronological history of dinosaurs that includes a discussion of what different types of dinosaurs' lives were like based on fossil remains, and presents dinosaur facts and insight into what caused their extinction.

Scholastic
Favorite topics in active and interactive print and digital books, specially designed for newly confident readers.

Within the last five years, more has been discovered about dinosaurs than ever before. By commissioning brand new digital images and talking to 'in the field' paleontologists, DINOSAURS is not only up-to-date, but stunning to look at. The book is ordered chronologically and gives the best, current information about which dinosaurs lived when, and what each was like. Details of the fossil record encourages budding paleontologists to think about why we know what we know, and make discoveries for themselves. The book ends with an interview with a dinosaur expert, a look at some dino record breakers, and insight into what happened to the dinosaurs.

Durante los últimos cinco años se ha descubierto mucho más sobre los dinosaurios que nunca antes. Con imágenes digitales e información de último momento, DINOSAURIOS es simplemente un libro fabuloso. El libro presenta la información cronológicamente y brinda lo más reciente acerca de estos increíbles animales.


Publisher: New York : Scholastic, 2013
Edition: 1st Spanish ed
ISBN: 9780545490832
0545490839
Branch Call Number: j SPANISH 567.9 Ar53d, Easy
Characteristics: 80 p. : ill. (chiefly col. ) ; 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Gordon-Harris, Tory

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