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My Book of Fossils DK

My Book of Fossils By DK

My Book of Fossils by DK

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My Book of Fossils Summary

My Book of Fossils: A fact-filled guide to prehistoric life by DK

Unearth the treasures from the prehistoric world beneath your feet.

From glittering ammonites to razor-sharp dinosaur claws and delicate leaf impressions, uncover our world's primeval past through the incredible fossils left behind. Arranged into plants and animals, there are profiles of 50 key fossils, including well-loved favourites, such as Triceratops, and more curious remains, such as fossil fish teeth.

Learn all about how fossils form, where they are found, and how ancient animals are reconstructed. Filled with facts and containing recently discovered species, this book will help even the biggest fossil fans learn something new. Stunning photographs can be studied in detail, while pronunciation guides help with tricky names, and a visual index provides a quick overview of all the key species in the book.

My Book of Fossils is an engrossing children's book about fossils and dinosaurs, and is sure to be a hit with fact-obsessed young enthusiasts of all things prehistoric.

About DK

Dr Dean Lomax is a palaeontologist, presenter, and author. He has loved dinosaurs since he was a child and is now a world expert on ichthyosaurs - having named five new species. He often appears as an expert on TV, and has also written My Book of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Life for DK.

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My Book of Fossils: A fact-filled guide to prehistoric life by DK
Used - Very Good
Dorling Kindersley Ltd
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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