|Statement||by Jack Horner ; illustrations by Robert Rath and Phil Wilson.|
|LC Classifications||QE714.5 .H67 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||49 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
|LC Control Number||2006014537|
"Digging Dinosaurs" is a really accessible book if you're new to paleontology and geology (like me). There are parts that get pretty dry and there are times where Horner goes off on tangents, but his personality comes through and because it's so likeable, I couldn't really blame him/5. More than just a book about dinosaurs, Digging Up Dinosaurs teaches kids ages 8 to 12 about paleontology through the remarkable story of the recent discovery of a Tyrannosaurus rex bone with flexible blood vessels, found in Montana. Renowned palentologist Jack Horner takes kids along on dinosaur dig, explaining step by step how fossils are formed, the best Brand: Farcountry Press. Digging Up Dinosaurs by Jack Horner illustrations by Robert Rath and Phil Wilson published by Farcountry Press. More than just a book about dinosaurs, Digging Up Dinosaurs teaches kids ages 8 to 12 about paleontology through the remarkable story of the recent discovery of a Tyrannosaurus rex bone with flexible blood vessels, found in Montana. Horner takes kids . ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: 49 pages: color illustrations ; 28 cm: Responsibility: by Jack Horner.
Jack Horner. John "Jack" Horner is one of the world's foremost paleontologists, credited with finding the first dinosaur eggs in the Western Hemisphere, the first evidence of dinosaur colonial nesting, the first evidence of parental care among dinosaurs, and the first dinosaur embryos. Founded in , has become a leading book price comparison site: Find and compare hundreds of millions of new books, used books, rare books and out of print books from over , booksellers and 60+ websites worldwide. Read Book Review: Digging Dinosaurs by John R. Horner. Recounts the author's search for evidence of baby dinosaurs in the badlands of Montana and his discovery/5(21). Jack Horner describes how he and his team worked together to excavate this unique fossil and what their discoveries revealed about the life and appearance of the most fearsome of the dinosaurs. In the fall of , a Montana rancher happened upon the first arm bone of a Tyrannosaurus Rex ever found.