Natural History Museum Dinosaur Dot-to-dot by
  

Synopsis

Natural History Museum Dinosaur Dot-to-dot by

Discover dinosaurs by drawing them with this fun activity book for children. Join time-travelling dino explorers Mini and Max on a dot-to-dot adventure and help them to reveal the incredible dinosaurs hidden on each page. The book includes over 30 fantastic dinosaur dot-to-dot pictures. A maximum of 50 numbered dots make up each drawing and simple text highlights things to look for, count and learn. Follow the dinosaur footprints in every scene to find gigantic plant-eating dinosaurs, ferocious two-legged carnivores and many other prehistoric animals. With full-colour artwork and fascinating facts throughout, this colourful book will help children develop knowledge, number skills and hand-eye coordination.

About the Author

The book is fully checked and approved by the Natural History Museum dinosaur experts Angela Milner and Richard Butler. Angela Milner is the Associate Keeper and senior dinosaur researcher in the Department of Palaeontology at the Natural History Museum. Richard Butler works as a researcher in the Department of Palaeontology at the Natural History Museum.

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Paperback
36 pages

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Publisher

The Natural History Museum

Publication date

1st February 2008

ISBN

9780565092221


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