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Dinosaur Learning Activity Book, 3rd Ed.
Dinosaur Learning Activity Book, 3rd Ed.

Dinosaur Learning Activity Book, 3rd Ed.

JUVENILE NONFICTION

84 Pages, 8.5 x 10.8

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $7.95 (US $7.95) (CA $10.95)

Publication Date: March 2019

ISBN 9781932926651

Rights: WOR

Artemesia Publishing, LLC (Mar 2019)

Price: $7.95
 
 

Overview

Dinosaurs lived on Earth for over 180 million years. Now, let them entertain you with the Dinosaur Learning Activity Book. Matching, puzzles, mazes, connect-the-dots, and lots of pages to color make learning about dinosaurs and geology fun for paleontologists of any age. With over 80 pages of dinosaur material the Dinosaur Learning Activity Book is perfect for those rainy afternoons, long trips in the car, or a visit to your local museum. The third edition has been recently updated to reflect the many amazing and fun changes being made by paleontologists as they continue to study and learn about dinosaurs. From new discoveries to confirming feathers on many different dinosaurs this latest edition keeps up with the cool dinosaur science.

Reviews

"Great information, fun activities and DINOSAURS! It is so cool to see a book like this that is not out dated or full of miss information." — Jason C. Poole, Dinosaur Hall Fossil Prep Lab Manager and Teacher Naturalist, Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia

"Finally, a dinosaur book for children written by someone with a background in paleontology! Kids will have hours of fun and absorb current and accurate information about the ancient world at the same time. The Dinosaur Learning Activity Book is win-win!" — Geb Bennett, Collection Manager and Fossil Preparator, Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum

"A cute, simple and fun way to learn what dinosaur paleontologists do.I highly recommend this book to parents and their young grade-schoolers." — Kenneth Carpenter, Ph.D., Curator of Lower Vertebrate Paleontology and Chief Preparator, Denver Museum of Nature & Science

"A valuable and fun resource to introduce children to many aspects of dinosaur science." — Jerry D. Harris, Ph.D., Director of Paleontology, Dixie State College

"Mr. Habiger has created an exciting activity book packed with information. The best part of this book is that it provides not just the same information found in other books; instead there is a great deal of effort to show how paleontologists discover that information and use it." — Andrew B. Heckert, Ph.D., Director of the McKinney Geological Teaching Museum at Appalachian State University

Author Biography

Geoff Habiger was raised in the shadow of roaring lions and peacock calls in Manhattan...Kansas, not New York. (That's the Little Apple, not the Big Apple, for those of you playing along at home. And the wild animals came from living behind the city's zoo.) Growing up Geoff loved exploring the woods around his home, sneaking into the zoo (don't tell anybody), and playing baseball and Dungeons & Dragons. He and his best friend, Coy Kissee, would spend hours reading comics, playing all sorts of role-playing games, and talking about books and movies. Geoff stayed in Manhattan for college, getting a B.S. degree in Geology at Kansas State University (Go Cats!). He then attended gradual school in Bozeman, Montana where studied paleontology with Dr. Jack Horner, got to dig up dinosaurs in Montana, and worked to mold and cast dinosaur bones. While he didn't graduate, he had a lot of fun and did meet his future wife, so that worked out well.  Geoff currently resides in the wilds of the Monzano mountains, east of Albuquerque, with his wife, son, and two cats. He is currently working on sequels to the novels already published.