Book Review; Inside Dinosaurs; American Museum of Natural History

27th September 2010 No Comments

Everyone loves Dinosaurs, so when Inside Dinosaurs came to review from GMC books we were more than happy to give it a good read!Those of you that know me will be aware that I am currently planning a Dinosaur exhibition for the museum where I work. Its become a bit of an obsession and Toddler Boy and Fifi are loving all the associated things. I have investigated dinosaur films, toys, books and some of them will find their way into our Christmas stockings.

Inside Dinosaurs is a nicely illustrated with 75 hand drawn illustrations. It’s easy to read book with a soft cover and lots of flap out pages. I’ve actually used it for some of my research, as I know it will be accurate given that its from the American Museum of Natural History. Fifi and Toddler Boy have positively revelled in looking at the pictures and although the text is more suitable for older children (and adults) it’s proved itself worth it weight in gold. All bookshelves need at least one book on dinosaurs, this is a good one.

A useful, fun and valid addition to the bookshelf. You can buy it from GMC books, it’s published by Sterling Publishing Co. and the ISBN is 978-1-4027-7074-6 and is by Andra Serlin Abramson, Jason Brougham and Carl Mehling illustrated by Jason Brougham

Claire Walsh

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