From the discovery of the oldest Jurassic dinosaurs in Nova Scotia’s Bay of Fundy to ongoing research in Saskatchewan and the badlands of Alberta to the exciting new discoveries in the north, Canada is perhaps the best place in the world to study these magnificent creatures. This captivating book brings to life the incredible array of dinosaurs that once called Canada home. Young readers see what the country was like when dinosaurs roamed the Earth, discover why they’re found in some areas and not others, and learn about the latest advances in technology that are changing long-held ideas about dinosaurs and their world. They meet the legendary dinosaur hunters of 100 years ago as well as present-day paleontologists at the forefront of science. In a fun special feature, readers compare what they’d need to pack for an expedition then and what they’d take today. Full-color photographs and stunning artist reconstructions are the perfect complements to Elin Kelsey’s up-to-date research and engaging, informative text. Sidebars throughout offer additional fascinating facts.
Childrens-Books, Animals, Dinosaurs,