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Did Dinosaurs Eat People?: And Other Questions Kids Have About Dinosaurs
This title covers these subjects: Dinosaurs., Questions and answers., Prehistoric animals.
Did Dinosaurs Eat People?: And Other Questions Kids Have About Dinosaurs
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Did Dinosaurs Eat People?: And Other Questions Kids Have About Dinosaurs

Could dinosaurs swim? How big were their teeth? What color was their skin? You’ve got questions about dinosaurs, and Kids’ Questions has answers!

Reading LevelGrades 1-2
Interest LevelGrades K-2
Lexile Level610L
ATOS Level3.4
AR Points0.5
AR Quiz #131241
Early Intervention Level23
PublisherPicture Window Books
Page Dimensions10" x 10"
Page Count24
BindingReinforced Library Binding
List Price: $29.32 School/Library Price

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Mt. Diablo Unified School District - Marilyn Wolf

"Lots of interesting facts, spread spaciously on the pages with drawing to illustrate the answers. The questions are from second and third graders." - Mt. Diablo Unified School District

December 1, 2009

Library Media Connection - Beverly Combs, Librarian

"While the illustrations, from different illustrators, in these books will not win prizes for their beauty, they are very appropriate for illustrating the answers to the questions that are covered. Each page presents several questions in large headline-style text boxes; the question is answered in simple terms, giving just the right amount of information to satisfy young curiosity. The illustrations are comical, but perfect as a pictorial response to the questions. While these books are not the definitive source for information and facts, the topics covered are interesting and factual. At the end of the book, there is a recommendation to go to the publisher’s portal for more information. The website is simple to use and can be used to supplement the minimal information found the books. This is a nice nonfiction browsing selection. Bibliography. Glossary. Index. Recommended." - Library Media Connection

March 1, 2010

Science Books & Films - JoAnn Coburn, The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland, OH

"Young children are very curious about dinosaurs, and this book makes an adequate attempt to answer many typical questions. Lots of good information is supplied, as are both English and metric measurements. Still, the book misses out on being really top rated. One of the difficulties in writing for youngsters is the tendency to make all the answers sound absolute. Although the author does make fair use of words such as “maybe,” “many,” and “may have,” a few more of these “hedging terms” would have been appropriate. Opportunities were missed to correct terminology: Although almost every child talks about pterodactyls, the proper word for the group is “pterosaurs,” and if young readers can learn the former, the latter shouldn’t be a problem either. Some answers seem to blur distinctions; For example, in answering the question on page 8 about birds, why finish by talking about Quetzalcoatlus (at least, correctly identified as a flying reptile), which was not a bird? Overall, this is an adequate book with delightful, humorous illustrations and a simple, straightforward format of questions and answers." - Science Books & Films

January 1, 2010