IN 1902, WILLIAM HORNADAY handed a map to the famous paleontologist Barnum Brown It was Hornadays hand drawn directions to a remote area of the Montana Badlands, where he believed amazing dinosaur fossils lay buried Following the map, Brown dug up a jawbone edged with six inch long teeth, the remains of a monstrous creature no one had ever seen before But one bone wasnt enough, and Brown soon found himself in a desperate race to discover the skeleton of the mystery carnivore...
|Title||:||Finding the First T. Rex (Totally True Adventures): How a Giant Meat-Eater was Dug Up.|
|Publisher||:||Random House Books for Young Readers September 23, 2014|
|Number of Pages||:||112 pages|
|File Size||:||685 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Finding the First T. Rex (Totally True Adventures): How a Giant Meat-Eater was Dug Up. Reviews
My 3rd grade son LOVED this book. The next summer we even went to the Museums of Western Colorado: Dinosaur Journey in Fruita Colorado where they have real dinosaur digs you can go on. You can take young kids on this one.
This book was really good. My son loved it! It brings history alive! Totally worth the read, especially if you kid loves dinos!
Great book for kids just getting into chapter books!
A very nice read for the older child or young adolescent who is interested in dinosaurs and the history of their discovery.
Interesting fast read, looking forward to showing it to the grandkids. Dinosaur tales are always fun for all ages of kids.