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Life on Earth: Dinosaurs: With 100 Questions and 70 Lift-flaps!

de Heather Alexander

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When did the dinosaurs live? How did they hunt? And why is the T-Rex the scariest dinosaur? Find out in this fact-filled book, the first in a new non-fiction series for children aged 5+. Each book answers 100 questions in a simple and informative way, and has more than 70 lift-flaps to open.
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Dinosaurs by Heather Alexander, is an illustrated, interactive survey-ish book about dinosaurs. The book is a part of the “Life on Earth” series from Wide Eyed Editions. There is no organization to the book. It is simply page after page of facts presented in the Socratic method, only with a pop-up twist. But boy does it look good.
The book is printed on thick cardstock. Each two-page spread has as a full illustration in the background done in simple lines and bright colors. Sometimes the illustrations are of museums, sometimes of children acting as paleontologists, and sometimes dinosaurs in their natural habitats. Laid over theses pictures are boxes which ask a question. The boxes are printed on a flap, and if you fold up the flap, it reveals a small illustration and the answer. I got this from the library, I’m the first patron to check it out. The flaps are hard to open without damaging them, and once open, they don’t lay flat anymore and are liable to be creased, misfolded, and ripped and torn. I would be surprised if this book makes it two years. It’s not a terrible idea, part dinosaur fact book, part advent calendar. But its fragile and won’t last. The lack of organization makes it a book to peruse only, as reading it through would probably inspire a seizure, such is the visual barrage of little boxes and facts. The drawings are beautiful and would be very at home in a New Yorker cartoon, but they serve little purpose in teaching about the dinosaur as they are very cartoonish and simplistic. Again, this is just a random collection of facts, nothing more. It is a book designed to be sold rather than to be read. Despite the fun illustrations and bright colors, my kindergarteners wouldn’t touch it, avoiding it during DEAR time as if it were a 50-problem low resolution math worksheet. I didn’t read the whole thing because I began to feel guilty at how many of the flaps I partially tore or delaminated in trying to open them. I head to the library tomorrow knowing that a confession is in order. ( )
  jbenrubin | Apr 21, 2018 |
Do you want to know all about Dinosaurs?
This is a quality cardboard book full of illustrations and trivia about Dinosaurs! With answers to 100 questions, the child will delight in the answers of 70 of them by lifting the flaps where the answer is found, but not always where he/she expects it.
The colorful illustrations by Andres Lozano are very well done and will capture the young child's interest.
The slightly oversized book cover, immediately captures the child's attention. The Title is perfect!
The Kindergarten aged student will like the picture but the book is directed more toward students from 6 to 11 years of age. The flaps tend to be slightly juvenile for some children, yet, other children will love it!
I offer a Five Stars rating for this book.
This book was sent as a gift and I was not influenced in any way to offer a positive review. This is my honest review. ( )
  LAWonder10 | Sep 1, 2017 |
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When did the dinosaurs live? How did they hunt? And why is the T-Rex the scariest dinosaur? Find out in this fact-filled book, the first in a new non-fiction series for children aged 5+. Each book answers 100 questions in a simple and informative way, and has more than 70 lift-flaps to open.

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