A century and a half after cloned dinosaurs forced humans to move into underground compounds, Sky discovers a clue to the whereabouts of her long-missing father and ventures above ground on a quest that has the potential to save the world.
Find out how many teeth a Tyrannosaurus rex had, what a Stegosaurus ate for breakfast, and which dinosaurs were covered in feathers. Featuring stunning illustrations and 3-D models of dinosaurs, and packed with fun facts.
Haggis, the Scottie, and Tank, the Great Dane, two dogs with active imaginations, set out to search their neighborhood for dinosaurs to play with.
Learn about what (and who) different dinosaurs dined on.
Discusses the environment in which dinosaurs lived, the characteristics of different types of dinosaurs, the disappearance of these creatures, and how scientists learn from their fossil remains.
An alphabetical list of dinosaurs presents a series of facts about their anatomy, related animals, and how they became extinct.
Discover how scientists learn about prehistoric creatures by studying their bones.
An energetic young dinosaur figures out her own way to give a kiss.
Profiles a range of dinosaur and prehistoric animal species from the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous Eras, featuring such animals as allosaurus, diplodocus, and mosasaurus.
Three eggs hatch, resulting in an unusual but happy family.
Learn all about fossils! Includes 25 fossil activities, such as simulating an asteroid impact and creating lava!
In his Grandpa Al's garage workshop, child genius Frank Einstein tries to invent a robot that can learn on its own, and after an accident brings wisecracking Klink and overly expressive Klank to life, they set about helping Frank perfect his Antimatter Motor until his archnemesis, T. Edison, steals the robots for his doomsday plan.
(K-Grade 3) Unlike the bears of the original tale, these dinosaurs are actively plotting to get a visit from young Goldilocks (using clever signage and chocolate pudding). Hysterically funny, from start to finish!
Meet all sorts of ancient creatures that weren't actually dinosaurs.
Grades Pre-K - 2. A young girl dreams about the joys of having a pet raptor, from the sweet, fluffy baby raptor she would pick from the box of "Free Raptors!" to the grown-up menace she would still love. If you ever accepted a free kitten, well, this will feel very familiar indeed.
A variety of dinosaurs from the Mesozoic Era are presented with a brief description, geographic area where found, meaning of name, size, and diet.
(Gr 2-4) During a summer at his grandparents' dinosaur museum and dig, the Dinosaur Education Center of Wyoming, Frank, aided by his cousin Sam and cat Saurus, cares for a newly-hatched dinosaur while trying to keep its existence secret, both from his grandparents and from the neighbors.
Super Dinosaur and Derek Dynamo are the only ones who can stop the Evil Max Maximus. The fate of the world depends on 10-year old Derek Dynamo and his best friend, Super Dinosaur, a 9-foot tall T. Rex who loves playing video games.
Discusses evidence from paleontologists on whether Tyrannosaurus rex both hunted and scavenged for food.
When one wants to host a successful tea party, there are many things to consider. Especially when one of the guests is a dinosaur! The narrator’s matter-of-fact rules, which make up the story’s text, are at hilarious odds with the elaborate, precise pastel illustrations depicting what might happen at a tea party attended by a very non-threatening and fairly well-behaved tyrannosaurus. Ages 3-5
Dinosaurs eat, rest, roar, and march, making the earth flat. Based on the song!