- Hardcover: 296 pages
- Publisher: National Geographic Kids; 2 edition (10 October 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1426329059
- ISBN-13: 978-1426329050
- Product Dimensions: 22.6 x 2.5 x 27.6 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 2.7 Kg
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Ultimate Dinosaur Dinopedia, 2nd Edition Hardcover – 10 Oct 2017
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Another problem with this book is its binding: pages tear apart whole easily from the book. Kids are not particularly careful while turning a page and, quite often with this book, end up with the whole page in their hands (not ripping it, just that the page pulls loose easily).
I would buy "Dinosaur" from National Geographic instead.
The book is divided into four part. part one deals with discovering dinosaurs. part two deals with flying dinosaurs part three deals with land dinosaurs and part four is dino dictionary. The dictionary gives name with pronunciation, meaning of the name, geological age, where they were found, physical length and to which dino group it belongs.
Each part had different color theme so that its easy to look and say which part begins from where just by looking into the book
Part two and three begins with dino family and then each page tells facts about any one dino in a small box in one page with little description for young readers and opposite page contains picture of that dino.
My kid was very happy to have this book.
The hardback is perfect so that my other little one can use it too when its her time in sha Allah.
I bought this for my 4yo for Christmas, and he is totally obsessed with it. He originally had the "Little Kids" version, but he likes this one so much better. It has a lot more information and is grouped according to family instead of size. The pictures are beautifully illustrated, albeit some of them might be slightly graphic for a sensitive little kid (dinos killing other dinos, bright red teeth and shreds of flesh, etc). But overall a truly fantastic book that I would recommend for any little dino lover.
When it arrived I was sure it would be a hit but ironically it wasn't, and furthermore the next day my son came home from the library with the other book I had passed over and proceeded to read that one, ignoring his new book I had just gotten for him! go figure.
That being said I don't know why he didn't like this one as well and he couldn't really give me a good explanation either...
This book is really well done, had a lot of great photos and information but maybe you might consider the other book knowing what my experience was. Still, I can't give it a bad review because it's a great book!