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The Dinosaur Hunter's Handbook

By: Scott Forbes(Author)
144 pages, colour illustrations
The Dinosaur Hunter's Handbook
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This is the ultimate companion for every time-travelling dinosaur hunter. It contains all the key facts and spotter stats needed to locate more than 50 of the most awe-inspiring dinos to have walked the Earth – from Amargasaurus to Zhuchengosaurus. Colourful, punchy infographics are paired with in-your-face illustrations, helpful locator maps and a danger rating for every dinosaur.

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Born in Scotland but currently based in the Blue Mountains near Sydney, Scott Forbes has written and contributed to a wide range of publications for children and adults. Among his books for younger readers are The Reader's Digest Children's Atlas of the World, How to Make a Planet (Weldon Owen), Not-for-Parents: China (Lonely Planet), and How to Be a Dinosaur Hunter (Lonely Planet), which was nominated for the 2014 Booktrust Best Book Awards.

By: Scott Forbes(Author)
144 pages, colour illustrations
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