1000 Extreme & Extraordinary Dinosaur Facts

1000 Extreme & Extraordinary Dinosaur Facts

1000 Extreme & Extraordinary Dinosaur FactsMy five-year-old grandson loves dinosaurs. He always wants to learn everything he can about them. He was excited to review 1000 Extreme and Extraordinary Dinosaur Facts and couldn’t wait to find out what the 1,000 awesome facts were.

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1000 Extreme & Extraordinary Dinosaur Facts

Uncover 1,000 awesome facts about deadly, terrifying, and powerful Dinosaurs! Which dangerous predator could bite off a tiger-sized chunk in a single chomp? What colossal creature weighed as much as 17 elephants? Which super-sized dinosaur was the largest animal to ever walk the Earth? These prehistoric creatures roamed our planet for 165 million years! They’re extreme. They’re extraordinary. They’re the ultimate WORLD RULERS!

My Grandson could not believe all the things that he learned. We learned that a dinosaur could bite off a lion-sized animal in a single chomp. Did you know that some dinosaurs weigh as much as 17 elephants? Kids of all ages will love this book. We all learned so much that I never learned in school. The 1000 things you may not have known about dinosaurs, like that some dinosaurs mouths resemble modern-day alligators.

I like how the pages are laid out and the bright, colorful graphics to help children to remember the facts to share with their friends. This book has so much information that it would be an excellent book to keep as a reference book. I think that if he ever had to do a report on dinosaurs, this would be an excellent book to use. This book would be a great book for gift giving, and perfect for Christmas. Highly recommend!

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