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Everything You Know About Dinosaurs is Wrong!

Written by Dr Nick Crumpton

Illustrated by Gavin Scott

Part of the Everything You Know About Series

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Dinosaurs Featured Books for 7+ readers Featured Books for 9+ readers General Knowledge & Trivia Non-Fiction The Natural World

A dinosaur book to end all dinosaur books, every budding palaeontologist and dinosaur fan of every age will love this beautiful book that gives you the latest and greatest information on dinosaur discoveries

Fascinating, easy-to-understand text by zoologist, researcher and writer, Dr Nick Crumpton is complemented by amazingly detailed dinosaur artwork on every spread from talented illustrator, Gavin Scott.

It features jaw-dropping research that will debunk many myths about all kinds of prehistoric creatures - If you want to be able to do more than tell a Tyrannosaurus from a Triceratops, then this is the book for you!


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Everything You Know About Dinosaurs is Wrong! Synopsis

Do you know all there is to know about dinosaurs? They're mean, green and not very smart, right? Well, this book is here to show you that you're WRONG! But don't worry, even the experts can't be right all the time . . . So, let's uncover the truth! 

From fossilised feathers to long-necked lookalikes, this ingenious book is packed with so many amazing dinosaur discoveries, you'll soon become a palaeontology pro. Including jaw-dropping research that will debunk many myths about all kinds of prehistoric creatures - you'll never look at a pigeon the same way again!

With fascinating, friendly and easy-to-understand text written by zoologist Dr. Nick Crumpton and amazingly detailed colour artwork on every page, this beautifully produced hardback gift book with an incredible tactile cover will delight dinosaur fans of any age.

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ISBN: 9781788008105
Publication date: 16/09/2021
Publisher: Nosy Crow Ltd
Format: Hardback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781788008105
Publication date: 16th September 2021
Author: Dr Nick Crumpton
Illustrator: Gavin Scott
Publisher: Nosy Crow Ltd
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 64 pages
Suitable for: 7+ readers, 9+ readers
Genres: Dinosaurs, General Knowledge / Trivia, Non-Fiction, The Natural World
Collections: Our Top Children's Christmas Book Recommendations for 2021, Celebrate British Science Week!,

About Dr Nick Crumpton

Dr Nick Crumpton grew up in the UK on a diet of David Attenborough documentaries and hand-me-down Sega games before reading ecology at Leeds University. He moved to beautiful Bristol to research the ancient mammals that lived during the time of the dinosaurs, before he wrote a PhD in the Department of Zoology at the University of Cambridge. He worked at the BBC Natural History Unit and then the Natural History Museum, London before science-ing at the Zoological Society London (on venomous mammals and Indonesian biodiversity) and University College London, where he occasionally teaches. As well as writing for children, ...

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