Why did T. rex have short arms? : and other questions about--dinosaurs / Melissa Stewart.
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- ISBN: 9781454906780
- ISBN: 1454906782
- ISBN: 9781454906797
- Physical Description: 32 pages : color illustrations ; 21 x 26 cm.
- Publisher: New York : Sterling Children's Books, 
- Copyright: ©2014
|General Note:|| Statement of responsibility from t.p. verso.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| What is a dinosaur? -- How do we know about dinosaurs? -- When did the first dinosaurs live? -- Why are dinosaur names so hard to say? -- Were dinosaurs good parents? -- When did dinosaurs sleep? -- What is the most famous dinosaur of all time? -- Why did T. rex have such short arms? -- Was T. rex the biggest meat-eating dinosaur? -- Were there small meat-eating dinosaurs? -- What were the biggest dinosaurs? -- How smart were dinosaurs? -- How did dinosaurs protect themselves from enemies? -- What happened to the dinosaurs 65 million years ago? -- Did people live at the same time as dinosaurs? -- Are there dinosaurs alive today? -- Compare the dinosaurs.
|Summary, etc.:|| When did the first dinosaurs appear on Earth? What happened to them 65 million years ago? How do we know about dinosaurs--and are there any still alive today? Dinosaurs are absolutely irresistible--and children will love learning about these fascinating creatures and looking at the cool illustrations!
|Target Audience Note:|| Ages 6+
K to grade 3.
NC 920 Lexile.
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|Subject:||Tyrannosaurus rex > Juvenile literature.
Dinosaurs > Juvenile literature.
Children's questions and answers.
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