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Tyrannosaurus rex A Pop-Up Guide to Anatomy

By: Dougal Dixon(Author), Rachel Caldwell(Illustrator)
16 pages, colour & b/w illustrations
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  • Tyrannosaurus rex ISBN: 9781787413344 Hardback Nov 2019 In stock
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The complete body of a Tyrannosaurus rex has recently been uncovered, its remains mysteriously preserved. It is the discovery of a lifetime! In this detailed report, a team of scientists prepare to dissect the body – and you are lucky enough to be helping them. Grab your scalpel and prepare to get stuck in.

Non-fiction comes alive in this incredible pop-up book that guides readers through a real-life dinosaur dissection. Peel back the layers and learn as you go!

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Dougal Dixon is an internationally recognized authority on dinosaurs, and has worked as an editor, consultant and special advisor for programmes and motion pictures about prehistoric creatures in the United States, Great Britain and Japan.

Rachel Caldwell is a painter and illustrator based in Pennsylvania, USA. She earned a B.F.A. in Communication Design from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, where her studies included Drawing, Printmaking, and Graphic Design.

By: Dougal Dixon(Author), Rachel Caldwell(Illustrator)
16 pages, colour & b/w illustrations
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