What's so Special about Triceratops?: Dinosaur facts and fun for children (What's so Special about Dinosaurs?)
Triceratops (try-SAIR-uh-TOPS) has one of the largest skulls of any land animal that has ever lived. The largest was over 2.5 m long so Triceratops would need three doors side-by-side to walk through! Discover how fast Triceratops could move with the Speed - o - Meter, how terrifying it was on the Scary Scale, and which of today's animals it most resembles, in this fully illustrated book.
Like every book in this non-fiction series,What's so Special about Triceratops?is packed with fully palaeontologist-approved facts and stats that will give you all the dinosaur information that you could possibly want:
- Setting the Scene explains how the age of the dinosaurs, the Mesozoic Era, was divided up and when Triceratops lived
- The Hometown section discusses Triceratops fossils, where they were first discovered and by whom
- Head straight to the Vital Statistics page to find out about Triceratops size and how it compares to objects and things from your life today
- Dedicated pages where you'll learn all about the teeth, diet, speed, scariness and habitat of Triceratops
- And munch, munch more!
--Each one in the series takes an in-depth look at a specific dinosaur and my favourite is the Tyrannosaurus Rex --Natasha Harding, The Sun--They're excellent… I can recommend them. --Jeremy Condliffe, Congleton Chronicle--Children will love finding out a whole heap of fun facts… while parents can appreciate that all the information is backed by palaeontological research. --Helen Dorritt, Primary Times Magazine--They are really interesting and different factual dinosaur books featuring individual dinosaurs, written in language children understand… excellent dinosaur books for any fan, and excellent 'interesting facts' books for any information-obsessed primary school child. --thebrickcastle.com--This new series is supported by an educational website full of fun dinosaur games and factoids designed to help children and parents expand their dinosaur knowledge… regularly updated information, games and competitions will keep even the most enthusiastic young palaeontologist occupied! --Angels & Urchins--These are very entertaining and enjoyable books. The drawings give the dinosaurs a new kind of character… the T. rex almost seems to be smiling and just look at his feathers! --Happy Families Magazine, Easter 2016 br>--Totally Roar-some!Calling all budding palaeontologists! If you want to learn more about dinosaurs, then you need to get your claws on a new series of books: What's so Special about Dinosaurs? --Helen Dorritt, Primary Times Magazine--The text is in small, snappy chunks, and everything is so visual that despite all of the tricky words, it isn't actually intimidating, even for my new 6-year-old… I think they can be a great tool for reluctant readers, they certainly put us straight on quite a few myths and are fascinating for the adults as well as the children. --thebrickcastle.com --Various
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