read online Audiobooks Digging Up Dinosaurs (Let's-Lesen-and-Find-Out Science 2)Autor Aliki –

How Did Those Enormous Dinosaur Skeletons Get Inside The Museum Long Ago, Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth Then, Suddenly, They Died Out For Thousands Of Years, No One Knew These Giant Creatures Had Ever Existed Then People Began Finding Fossilsbones And Teeth And Footprints That Had Turned To Stone Today, Teams Of Experts Work Together To Dig Dinosaur Fossils Out Of The Ground, Bone By Fragile Bone Then They Put The Skeletons Together Again Inside Museums, To Look Just Like The Dinosaurs Of Millions Of Years Ago

5 thoughts on “Digging Up Dinosaurs (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2)

  1. Michelle Llewellyn Michelle Llewellyn says:

    Hopefully Netflix or some other tv movie streaming service will one day offer episodes of classic tv shows like the children s show I loved since the summer of 1983 when it first debuted, Reading Rainbow Like millions of other children, this show opened my eyes to a world of reading Read this book then go find the episode that goes with it I am lucky enough to live in a city with a library that offers almost every episode on DVD If I had kids, I would encourage them to read all my favorite RR books and watch the corresponding episodes through whatever medium our currently technology offers.

  2. Jennifer Calderone Jennifer Calderone says:

    Aliki is one of the best writers for children She writes in a clear and easy style at the same time never talking down to her young audience The illustrations are realistic, as I believe they should be in a non fiction book on a scientific subject My son has several of her books and they have inspired him to visit the zoo, the museum, and the aquarium, and have kept these places alive in his mind between visits.

  3. NomadMom NomadMom says:

    Amazing series about science topics for young children It explains concepts shied away from in other series without being too difficult for young children.

  4. Bev Nyhuis Bev Nyhuis says:

    Another Christmas gift for my grandson He will love it He s only 9 but already planning on being a paleontologist when he grows up and know all the facts about Dinosaurs This book showed how many people it takes and what jobs them do to dig up the bones and display them in the museums Very Interesting

  5. Simonsen Simonsen says:

    Very informative A little controversial if you are Apatosaurus or Brontosaurus believer.