The Kingfisher First Dinosaur Picture Atlas by David Burnie
  

Synopsis

The Kingfisher First Dinosaur Picture Atlas by David Burnie

This is the perfect first atlas series for young children, illustrated by Smarties Award winning artist Anthony Lewis. The atlases are ideal for use at home and at school.The atlas is organized by continent, and each map is illustrated with colourful pictorial icons showing the different dinosaurs and prehistoric creatures that lived there. Feature spreads then detail one or more of the dinosaurs from that area, giving an in-depth look at the animals that made their home there. Each map includes a simple numbered and lettered grid.

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David Burnie: In 2005, KFK Endangered Planet was nominated for the Aventis Prizes for Science Books Junior Prize. In 2002, Kingfisher Illustrated Dinosaur Encyclopedia was shortlisted for the same award. Anthony Lewis: In 2004, Atticus the Storyteller's 100 Greek Myths was nominated for the Blue Peter Book Award. In 1997, he won the Smarties Gold Award for The Owl Tree. Anthony's work has also been short-listed for the Sheffield Book Award twice.

About the Author

David Burnie studied zoology and botany and has worked as a nature reserve ranger and biologist. He has written or contributed to many award-winning books and multimedia titles. His "Kingfisher Illustrated Dinosaur Encyclopedia" was nominated for the U.K.'s Aventis Prize.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
48 pages
Interest Age: 5-8

Author

David Burnie
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Publisher

Kingfisher Books Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

2nd June 2008

ISBN

9780753414446


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