If you were to trust one group of people to take you back in time and re-discover dinosaurs, who would it be?
How about the team from Lonely Planet? They’ve been to some weird, far-out places before, and the Jurassic period is definitely
weird and far-out! Giant lizard-like creatures running around eating each other? Eek!
So to help all young dinosaur enthusiasts out there, Lonely Planet has compiled How to be a Dinosaur Hunter
: a field guide to the world of dinosaurs. Imagine you held a mirror up to the earth, but what you saw reflected was not the Earth as it is today, but the the state of the Earth as it was millions of years ago; Lonely Planet are going to tell you what lived where, and where to start your digging expedition!
This book is packed with curios, facts, guides, and how-to’s when it comes to the dinosaurs’ kingdom. For example, did you know that in Lightening Ridge in New South Wales, beautiful opalised dinosaur fossils have been discovered? And that in China, dinosaur bones were thought to be the bones of dragons? We could go on and on – take it from us, this book is full
With a tonne of information paired with hilarious illustrations by James Gulliver Hancock, this Not-For-Parents Lonely Planet book might be the best one yet!
How To Be A Dinosaur Hunter features:
- Hardcover, 160 pages.
- Packed with information about the dinosaurs that roamed out planet millions of years ago.
- Hints and tips from dinosaur detectives of the past and present.
- Fun how to's, including how to identify a dinosaur, survive a mass extinction, find fossil-rich rocks, dig up bones, wrap a fossil, and rebuild a skeleton.
- Highly informative and filled with fun illustrations.
- Full index at back, to find information on particular creatures and activities.
Dimensions: 20 x 27cm.