Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Life is a giant visual guide for children aged 8+, offering a comprehensive insight into prehistoric life. Starting with the beginning of life on Earth, each section progresses from plants and the first amphibians to early reptiles and the first dinosaurs. The Age of Dinosaurs is explored in detail, and covers many exciting discoveries of new species, as well a comprehensive guide to better-known species. The fascinating progression from dinosaurs to birds is clearly explained, which leads into the Age of Mammals. The book concludes with the appearance of early humans and the evolution of modern humans. A source of information for school projects or homework.
This is Book 4 in the Encyclopedia of Series. See all Encyclopedia of books here.
Steve Parker is an author, editor and consultant specializing in illustrated information books on the natural world. Steve is a Senior Scientific Fellow of the Zoological Society of London and has worked on the staff of London's Natural History Museum. He is based in Suffolk, UK, and has written over 250 books, including information-packed dinosaur titles su...More about Steve Parker