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Dinosaur Questions by Bernard Most

Dinosaur Questions

by Bernard Most

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What did dinosaurs eat? How much did they weigh? Which dinosaur ran the fastest? Which one was the biggest? Why did dinosaurs disappear?
This book answers all of these questions and more.
I would highly recommend this for a science lesson about dinosaurs. It will surely engage all of the young readers who love to ask lots of questions. It also teaches readers about scientific theories. I loved that the author, Bernard Most, was very honest and stated that scientists are still unsure about a lot of dinosaur questions. Bernard even invited the readers to come up with their own theories by asking, "What do you think?" This will provoke critical thinking for all ages. ( )
  srmorgan | Apr 25, 2016 |
This book not only teaches kids about dinosaurs, but its teaches them to find information on their own instead of of always relying on adults to relay information to them. ( )
  alyssabuzbee | Nov 17, 2011 |
Most answers many of the questions children have about dinosaurs. Instead of directly answering the questions, Most depicts the children searching for the answers in books. This stresses the importance of research. I think it is important for kids to look things up for themselves instead of always having an adult give them the answer. ( )
  ckarmstr1 | Nov 1, 2011 |
Children wonder and have questions about dinosaurs. Answers are provided when these two children read books about dinosaurs. They find out what dinosaurs were the fastest, biggest, smallest, and longest. They also find out that scientist are always making new discoveries and changing their theories about dinosaurs. This book gives great illustrations of what dinosaurs might have looked like, including size, length, and color. I would not advise this for a read aloud because it is lengthy, but it is a good book for children to read by themselves to learn more about dinosaurs. ( )
  bsalomon | Sep 21, 2011 |
Many facts about dinosaurs are a mystery and this book addresses many of those lingering questions although the scientists do not have all of the answers, they give strong evidence for their hypothesis on each question.
Great read-aloud and book for a lesson on dinosaurs. ( )
  smorales | Sep 7, 2011 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0152066918, Paperback)

Some might think there aren't any questions left to ask about dinosaurs, but there's still so much we don't know about these mysterious creatures. In a colorful, easy-to read format, dinosaur afficionado Bernard Most asks and answers questions such as: Did dinosaurs have whiskers? How old did they grow to be? Fascinating questions and simple drawings make scientific inquiry fun!

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Numerous questions about the biology, habits, sizes and shapes of dinosaurs are answered in simple text with amusing colour illustrations.

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