The Big Noisy Book of Dinosaurs
Packed with incredible facts and stunning child-friendly artwork, The Big Book of Dinosaurs is a comprehensive anthology of all things prehistoric. Covering the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, it offers a clear and simple visual introduction to the weirdest, smallest and scariest dinosaurs of all time. This classic dinosaur encyclopedia has been updated and been given a refreshed, modern design to make it friendly and relevant to a new generation of readers. Find out how many teeth a T.rex had, what the Stegosaurus ate for breakfast and the wingspan of a Pterodactyl. Fascinating nuggets of text are perfect for reading aloud. Amazing artwork, incredible CGI models of the coolest dinosaurs and photographs of fossils and bones shed light on discoveries and explain how we know so much about these amazing creatures. The Big Book of Dinosaurs is the ideal gift for children from 5-8 discovering dinosaurs for the first time or dino-mad kids who want to find out more about their favourites.
Darren Naish is a vertebrate palaeontologist currentl based at the University of Southampton, UK. His work focuses on dinosaurs (especially theropods and sauropods), pterosaurs, fossil marine reptiles, and other vertebrate animals. he has also worked on DK bestsellers such as Knowledge Encyclopedia and Prehistoric.