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Smithsonian Little Explorer

Triceratops

Welcome to the world of Triceratops! Though a plant eater, this dino could pack a punch with its sharp horns and giant body. Learn all about this mighty dinosaur—where it lived, what it ate, and how it become one of the last dinosaurs to become extinct!

 
ISBN978-1-4914-0817-9
PublisherCapstone Press
BrandSmithsonian Little Explorer
Age Level4-6 Years
Reading LevelGrades PreK-1
GenreInformational
SubjectHistory, Animals, Science & Nature
Trim Size6 x 9
Page Count32
LanguageEnglish
Copyright2015
Paper Over Board
Price
$6.95
 


 
 

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School Library Journal - Steven Engelfried, Wilsonville Public Library, OR

"These dinosaur profiles cover key information at a good level for middle elementary readers. Text flows nicely, with simple vocabulary and age-appropriate analogies. . . .The dinosaurs featured here are covered in most series, but these are solid additions in an always popular subject area." - School Library Journal

September 1, 2014

School Library Connection - Cristina Elopre Vera, Library Science Graduate Student, Old Dominion University,

"STARRED REVIEW! Future paleontologists and dinosaur lovers will enjoy learning about dinosaurs with this captivating and informative series." - School Library Connection

November 1, 2015

Janet Riehecky

Janet Riehecky

Janet Riehecky is a longtime writer for children. She has worked as a high school English teacher, a college professor, and a children's book editor. Her 24 volume series Dinosaurs! won the Summit Award for Best Children's Nonfiction, presented by the Society of Midland Authors, and her Tasmanian Tiger was a Junior Library Guild selection. Janet loves to collect dinosaur bones. On a dig in western Colorado, she dug up the first bone found of a brand new dinosaur, the Mymoorapelta.

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