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Why Did T. Rex Have Short Arms? And Other Questions about Dinosaurs

By: Melissa Stewart(Author), Julius T Csotonyi(Illustrator)
32 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Sterling
Why Did T. Rex Have Short Arms?
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Why Did T. Rex Have Short Arms?

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When did the first dinosaurs appear on Earth? What happened to them 65 million years ago? How do we know about dinosaurs – and are there any still alive today? Dinosaurs are absolutely irresistible – and children will love learning about these fascinating creatures and looking at the cool illustrations!

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Melissa Stewart is an award-winning author of more than 100 science books for children. She serves on the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators' board of advisors and is a judge for the American Institute of Physics Children's Science Writing Award. She lives with her husband, Gerard, in Acton, MA. To learn more about Melissa, please visit her website: melissa-stewart.com.

By: Melissa Stewart(Author), Julius T Csotonyi(Illustrator)
32 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Sterling
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