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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Review: The Big Book of Dinosaurs by Ticktock

The Big Book of Dinosaurs by Ticktock.

The Big Book of Dinosaurs by Ticktock

Octopus Publishing Group
Publication Date: July 2013
List Price: $12.99
ISBN-13: 9781848987463

Review: What is the biggest dinosaur egg ever found? Can dinosaurs fly? Do dinosaurs hunt by smell? How long does the excavation of a dinosaur take? The answers to all the questions and more are discovered in the pages of The Big Book Of Dinosaurs by Dougal Dioxn. Learn almost everything about dinosaurs from the Tyrannosaurus Rex to the Micropachycephalosaurus, such as the Tyrannosaurus Rex having poison saliva and how the Micropachycephalosaurus got its name.

The Big Book Of Dinosaurs is an incredible non-fiction book. I don't love non-fiction, but this book is the exception. It contained hundreds of interesting facts I didn't know. However, one improvement for The Big Book Of Dinosaurs is pronunciations, as most of the words are very confusing. For example, the Micropachycephalosaurus is almost impossible to pronounce. Besides that, The Big Book Of Dinosaurs is a brilliant book with thousands of amazing facts that anyone would be surprised to hear. This book is a much more interesting and exciting way to learn than a huge boring textbook, which goes on and on with unimportant and dull facts.

Review written by Josh (6th grade student).

We would like to thank Ticktock for providing a copy of The Big Book of Dinosaurs for this review.

Have you read The Big Book of Dinosaurs? How would you rate it?

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