Travel back in time and follow in the footsteps of these mysterious creatures from long, long ago. Marvel at dinosaurs of all shapes and sizes; see where they laid their eggs; learn how fossils form; and watch scientists piece together a huge dinosaur skeleton. This storybook is filled with fun facts, like which dinosaur was as long as 2 buses, and which was as heavy as 12 elephants!
This title is part of the My First Discovery paperback series – a unique collection of beautifully illustrated information books for children aged 4 to 7, with simple language to aid learning and realistic artwork to inspire young minds. There are 4 transparent overlay pages, which reveal hidden surprises and make the pages come alive.
About the Author
Henri Galeron is the illustrator of Cats, My First Encyclopedia of Why?, My First Encyclopedia of How?, Dinosaurs, and My First Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs. James Prunier was born in 1959 in Oran, Algeria. He went to the Epinal Art School and then to study Fine Arts at Nancy. After winning an art competition organized by the Centre for Cultural Action at Angoulême in 1981, he moved to Paris. In 1982 he published his first illustrated book with Gallimard. A decade later, he was named the “Official painter of the skies”, after the publication of his History of Aviation series. In 2000, The French mail service commissioned him to carry out "Aerial adventures," a work inspired by the four stamps that he designed between 1997 and 2000, based on around the theme of the airmail service. James Prunier is the illustrator of Dinosaurs, Trees, Trains, and Elephants in the My First Discovery series.