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A Dinosaur Named Sue: The World's Most Complete T. Rex

by Patricia Relf

Relf and the SUE Science Team of The Field Museum track the story of largest and most complete T. rex fossil ever found, beginning with its discovery in 1990 in South Dakota, and leading up to its unveiling at the Field Museum in Chicago in 2000.

Dinosaur Odyssey: Fossil Threads in the Web of Life

by Scott D. Sampson

Situating the fascinating animals in a broad ecological and evolutionary context, leading dinosaur expert Scott D. Sampson fills us in on the exhilarating discoveries of the past twenty-five years, the most active period in the history of dinosaur paleontology, during which more "new" species were named than in all prior history.

Dinosaur Paleobiology

by Stephen L. Brusatte

The study of dinosaurs has been experiencing a remarkable renaissance over the past few decades. Scientific understanding of dinosaur anatomy, biology, and evolution has advanced to such a degree that paleontologists often know more about 100-million-year-old dinosaurs than many species of living organisms. This book provides a contemporary review of dinosaur science intended for students, researchers, and dinosaur enthusiasts. It reviews the latest knowledge on dinosaur anatomy and phylogeny, how dinosaurs functioned as living animals, and the grand narrative of dinosaur evolution across the Mesozoic. A particular focus is on the fossil evidence and explicit methods that allow paleontologists to study dinosaurs in rigorous detail. Scientific knowledge of dinosaur biology and evolution is shifting fast, and this book aims to summarize current understanding of dinosaur science in a technical, but accessible, style, supplemented with vivid photographs and illustrations.The Topics in Paleobiology Series is published in collaboration with the Palaeontological Association, and is edited by Professor Mike Benton, University of Bristol.Books in the series provide a summary of the current state of knowledge, a trusted route into the primary literature, and will act as pointers for future directions for research. As well as volumes on individual groups, the series will also deal with topics that have a cross-cutting relevance, such as the evolution of significant ecosystems, particular key times and events in the history of life, climate change, and the application of a new techniques such as molecular palaeontology.The books are written by leading international experts and will be pitched at a level suitable for advanced undergraduates, postgraduates, and researchers in both the paleontological and biological sciences.Additional resources for this book can be found at: http://www.wiley.com/go/brusatte/dinosaurpaleobiology.

Dinosaur Pizza

by Lee Wardlaw Julie Durrell

It's the first day of school. It's the worst day of school.... When Jill's best friend moves away, she's left all alone. Then Bobbi Jo asks her to join the Lunch Bunch, a wacky group of kids who bring different and unusual lunches each day. All these changes can be fun -- especially when you wind up eating Dinosaur Pizza! Comes with a real recipe to make "dinosaur pizza."

Dinosaur Planet (Dinosaur Planet #1)

by Anne Mccaffrey

[from the back cover] "A Planet of Giant Saurians ... They had died out on Earth 70 million years ago. Yet here, on a newly-discovered planet in a far corner of the galaxy, the creatures of the Mesozoic Era ruled. The expedition was stranded, struggling for survival in a world of giant swamp creatures and deadly predators. And faced, soon, with a menace from within its own ranks ..." Continue this exciting story full of surprises and challenges in Survivors, book #2 in the Ireta duology from the Bookshare collection:.

Dinosaur Planet Survivors

by Anne Mccaffrey

Kai and Varian awoke from their forty years of coldsleep only to discover that mutineers had taken over Ireta. But they were determined to save their planet and its unusual dinosaurs. All they had to do was solve the planet's myriad mysteries and gain the trust of the most dangerous beings in their Universe. . . .

Dinosaur Story

by Joanna Cole

Learn all about different types of dinosaurs and what their world was like and how they lived.

Dinosaur Summer

by Greg Bear

Fifty years after Professor Challenger's discovery of the Lost World, America's last dinosaur circus has gone bankrupt, leaving a dozen avisaurs, centrosaurs, ankylosaurs, and one large raptor abandoned. Now a daring expedition plans to do the impossible: return the Jurassic giants to the wild. Two filmmakers, a circus trainer, a journalist, and a young Peter Belzoni must find a way to take the dinosaurs across oceans, continents, rivers, jungles, up a mountain that has been isolated for seventy thousand years . . . Then, if they make it, all they will do is face the prehistoric wonders, dangers, and terrors of the Lost World.

The Dinosaur That Followed Me Home (Camp Haunted Hills #3)

by Bruce Coville

Stuart looks forward to another adventurous summer at Camp Haunted Hills, but he gets more than he bargained for when he and his friends inadvertently travel back to the time of the dinosaurs. Illustrations described.

Dinosaur Tracks: The Next Steps

by Annette Richter Peter L. Falkingham Daniel Marty

The latest advances in dinosaur ichnology are showcased in this comprehensive and timely volume, in which leading researchers and research groups cover the most essential topics in the study of dinosaur tracks. Some assess and demonstrate state-of-the-art approaches and techniques, such as experimental ichnology, photogrammetry, biplanar X-rays, and a numerical scale for quantifying the quality of track preservation. The high diversity of these up-to-date studies underlines that dinosaur ichnological research is a vibrant field, that important discoveries are continuously made, and that new methods are being developed, applied, and refined. This indispensable volume unequivocally demonstrates that ichnology has an important contribution to make toward a better understanding of dinosaur paleobiology. Tracks and trackways are one of the best sources of evidence to understand and reconstruct the daily life of dinosaurs. They are windows on past lives, dynamic structures produced by living, breathing, moving animals now long extinct, and they are every bit as exciting and captivating as the skeletons of their makers.

Dinosaur Train Little Golden Book Favorites (Dinosaur Train)

by Golden Books Andrea Posner-Sanchez

Buddy and his Pteranodon siblings from the hit PBS KIDS show Dinosaur Train are featured in this Little Golden Book hardcover treasury. Boys and girls ages 2-5 will love reading three stories--Triceratops for Lunch; Hooting, Tooting Dinosaurs; and The Spiky Stegosaurus.

The Dinosaur Who Couldn't Sleep

by Michael Salmon

Lola is a young diplodocus dinosaur who just can't sleep. Who keeps her awake? The tyrannosaurus? The plesiosaurs? What does she do to try to get a good night's rest?

The Dinosaur Who Lived In My Backyard

by Susan Davis B. G. Hennessy

Although they disappeared long ago, dinosaurs live on in children's imaginations. A young boy playfully imagines the "dinosaur who hatched in the backyard and grew to the size of the family car...

The Dinosauria

by Halszka Osmólska David B. Weishampel Peter Dodson

When the The Dinosauria was first published more than a decade ago, it was hailed as "the best scholarly reference work available on dinosaurs" and "an historically unparalleled compendium of information." This second, fully revised edition continues in the same vein as the first but encompasses the recent spectacular discoveries that have continued to revolutionize the field. A state-of-the-science view of current world research, the volume includes comprehensive coverage of dinosaur systematics, reproduction, and life history strategies, biogeography, taphonomy, paleoecology, thermoregulation, and extinction. Its internationally renowned authors--forty-four specialists on the various members of the Dinosauria--contribute definitive descriptions and illustrations of these magnificent Mesozoic beasts. The first section of The Dinosauria begins with the origin of the great clade of these fascinating reptiles, followed by separate coverage of each major dinosaur taxon, including the Mesozoic radiation of birds. The second part of the volume navigates through broad areas of interest. Here we find comprehensive documentation of dinosaur distribution through time and space, discussion of the interface between geology and biology, and the paleoecological inferences that can be made through this link. This new edition will be the benchmark reference for everyone who needs authoritative information on dinosaurs.

Dinosaurs

by Steve Brusatte

From the king of the dinosaurs the Tyrannosaurus Rex to the formidable Brachiosaurus, dinosaurs are a perennial favorite of children of all ages.The 14 stunning images in this bookazine reveal the dinosaurs as you have never seen them before. Every poster is accompanied by the facts and figures surrounding the individual dinosaurs, including information about their habitat, food and predators. Featuring a dinosaur family tree and scale pictures to help compare the size and dominance of these incredible beasts, this entertaining and educational collection will captivate and amaze.

Dinosaurs

by Leslie Mertz

With each step you take, whether it's outside your back door, at the edge of a nearby pond, or along a path in a national park, you may be setting down your foot in the same place that a dinosaur once did. Just imagine, dinosaurs roaming the same earth we live on today! What an amazing place our planet must have been during the time of those mighty creatures. There were enormous plant-eating dinosaurs, perhaps gathered in herds, grazing in a forest-surrounded meadow. And there were packs of small but fast and smart meat-eating dinosaurs that searched for an opportunity to attack their prey. And there was the ultimate predator in the Tyrannosaurus rex, causing other dinosaurs to flee wherever he went. The Fact Atlas series welcomes you to the world of dinosaurs, vanished now but for the efforts of scientists, museums, and your own imagination. With a little help from this fact-filled dinosaur book, the prehistoric world comes alive with dinosaurs big and small, scary and just plain fascinating. This book offers a history of dinosaurs that challenges young readers to question and research what these prehistoric creatures were really like and why. Illustrations accompany dino statistics to help kids build the closest possible understanding to what it was like when dinosaurs roamed the earth.

Dinosaurs

by Ken Jennings Mike Lowery

Travel back in time to the dinosaur age with this interactive trivia book from Jeopardy! winner and New York Times bestselling author Ken Jennings.With this book about dinosaurs, you'll become an expert and wow your friends and teachers with some awesome facts: Did you know that dinosaurs skin was more like bump bird skin than modern snake or crocodile scales? Or that the Tyrannosaurus Rex might have croaked like a frog instead of roaring? With great illustrations, cool trivia, and fun quizzes to test your knowledge, this guide will have you on your way to whiz-kid status in no time.

Dinosaurs and Fossils

by Delta Education

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Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Creatures

by The Editors at the Modern Publishing

Did you ever wonder what a dinosaur did all day? This book will tell you. Many fascinating facts are in this book.<P><P> Info on ankylosaurus, brachiosaurus, dilophosaurus, dimetrodon, diplodocus, plesiosaurus, protoceratops, pteranodon, stegosaurs and tyrannosaurs dinosaurs.

The Dinosaurs Are Back and It's All Your Fault Edward!

by Wendy Hartmann Niki Daly

Big brothers can be a real pain sometimes, especially when they tell you a dinosaur egg is under your bed! That's what happens to Edward, but that's not the worst of it. After the egg hatches, Edward's dinosaur is a big bundle of never-ending trouble-- it eats like a garbage truck, it has to be potty-trained and taught good manners, and it follows Edward around everywhere he goes! Poor Edward!

Dinosaurs: A Concise Natural History 2nd ed

by David B. Weishampel David E. Fastovsky David B. Weishampel John Sibbick David E. Fastovsky

Updated with the material that instructors want, Dinosaurs continues to make science exciting and understandable to non-science majors through its narrative of scientific concepts rather than endless facts. It now contains new material on pterosaurs, an expanded section on the evolution of the dinosaurs and new photographs to help students engage with geology, natural history and evolution. The authors ground the text in the language of modern evolutionary biology, phylogenetic systematics, and teach students to examine the paleontology of dinosaurs exactly as the professionals in the field do using these methods to reconstruct dinosaur relationships. Beautifully illustrated, lively and engaging, this edition continues to encourage students to ask questions and assess data critically, enabling them to think like a scientist.

The Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins

by Barbara Kerley

Not until the mid 1800s were dinosaurs heard of in Victorian England. But when artist Waterhouse Hawkins built the first life-size models of dinosaurs in his native England, and later in America, he dazzled the world with his awe-inspiring creations. The author and illustrator present a story of consuming passion, triumph, loss, and a remarkable legacy that lives on today. Full-color illustrations.

Dinosaurs: Over 100 Questions and Answers to Things You Want to Know

by Dan Abnett Nik Vincent

Did the dinosaurs have armor? Were dinosaurs good parents? Why did the dinosaurs become extinct? Dinosaurs How big were the dinosaurs? Where in the world did the dinosaurs live? You'll find the answers to these and over 100 other intriguing questions inside this beautifully illustrated book.

Dinosaurs Roar, Butterflies Soar!

by Bob Barner

What are as light as a feather and as old as the dinosaurs? Butterflies! With a lively text and vibrant paper-collage illustrations, award-winning author Bob Barner brings us a wonderful look at the amazing history of butterflies, and how their lives intersected with the dinosaurs millions of years ago. Readers will be fascinated to discover that when they stop to admire a beautiful butterfly, a dinosaur may have once done the same! This gorgeous, rollicking, informative book is sure to become a favorite of budding scientists everywhere.

Dinosaurs: The Textbook

by Spencer G. Lucas

The perfect textbook for nonscience majors, this plainspoken volume methodically plots the biological and geological concepts of dinosaur science. It clarifies the evolution, phylogeny, and classification of the species while modeling the best approach for navigating new and existing research. Revised to reflect recent fossil discoveries and the current consensus on dinosaur science, the text is structured around major taxonomic groups, including Theropods, Sauropodomorphs, Ornithopods, Stegosaurs, and ankylosaurs, and concludes with updated chapters on the behavior and extinction of the species, their biological relationship to birds, and their representation (or misrepresentation) in art, literature, film, and other forms of popular culture.

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