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With the books in this series, readers travel back to a time when dinosaurs roamed. Meat-eating dinosaurs hunt their prey. Giant long-necked dinosaurs tower over treetops. Herds of bird-footed dinosaurs walk through plains and forests. Bold, full-color illustrations and simple text introduce young readers to multiple dinosaurs within the same dinosaur group. Readers will learn interesting facts about their favorite dinosaurs, as well as the habitats, diets, and physical features of these prehistoric animals.
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Allosaurus and its relatives were fierce and dangerous predators. Dinosaurs in this group had deadly claws and razor-sharp teeth. Bold, full-color ...
Ankylosaurus and other armored dinosaurs were the tanks of the prehistoric world. Sharp spikes and rock-hard plates protected these plant eaters from dangerous ...
Long-necked dinosaurs like Brachiosaurus looked down on the earth from above the treetops. These mighty plant eaters had long tails, necks, and bodies. Bold ...
Odd meat-eaters like Carnotaurus were quick and deadly hunters. They had sharp teeth, good eyesight, and could run on two strong legs. Bold, full-color ...
Edmontosaurus and other duckbilled dinosaurs had beaks and strong teeth to eat tough plants. Many of these plant-eaters could communicate with other dinosaurs ...
Bird-footed dinosaurs like Iguanodon were plant-eaters that could walk on two legs. Many of the dinosaurs in this group could run away from hungry predators.
Dinosaurs like Stegosaurus had stiff plates on their bodies. Some used their plates to heat themselves up or cool themselve off. Others had plates to scare off ...
Dinosaurs such as Triceratops had deadly horns, bony frills, and sharp beaks. Some of these powerful plant eaters were so strong, they could knock down trees.
Tyrannosaurus rex and its relatives were fearsome meat eaters and deadly predators. Their strong teeth and jaws could crush bone. Bold images, colorful maps, ...
Raptors like Velocirpator were small, deadly dinosaurs. These carnivores and omnivores may have looked like birds, but they couldn't get off the ground. Bold ...
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