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Roar: A Dinosaur Tour (Library Binding)

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Description


Discover the different types of dinosaurs that once roamed the Earth in this simplistic and vibrantly illustrated picture book perfect for young nonfiction readers.

A long, long time ago, dinosaurs roamed the earth.

Some were big, and some were little. Some were fast, and some were slow. Some lived alone, and some lived together. They are gone now, but you can still see their bones at museums all around the world.

Simple text and bold, vibrant illustrations take young explorers on a tour through the time of the dinosaurs.

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About the Author


Michael Paul has worked in the entertainment advertising industry for more than twelve years, designing key art for movie releases, including campaigns for Spider-Man, Transformers, The Polar Express, SpongeBob SquarePants, Star Wars, King Kong, and Elf. Roar: A Dinosaur Tour is his first children's book. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two daughters.

Praise For…


"Intense hues light up a prehistoric parade." —Kirkus


"An engaging introduction to the world of dinosaurs." —School Library Journal


"Paul’s approach is more playful than naturalistic, making this dinosaur primer a good choice for readers just starting to have fun with mixing colors and shapes." —Publishers Weekly


Product Details
ISBN: 9781524766993
ISBN-10: 1524766992
Publisher: Crown Books for Young Readers
Publication Date: April 17th, 2018
Pages: 40
Language: English

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