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First encyclopedia of dinosaurs and prehistoric life

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About this book

First Encyclopedias
First encyclopedia of dinosaurs and prehistoric life

  • What was the biggest dinosaur? When was the ice age? Why did the dinosaurs die out? This fascinating book has all the answers and more.
  • Simple, easy-to-read text and lively illustrations introduce children to the world of dinosaurs and prehistoric life.
  • Links to exciting recommended websites make this a fantastic resource for use at home or school.

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