Dinosaurs Around the World: Lift the Flap
Susie Brooks & Anthony Lewis
Kingfisher, 2012 (2012)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
ver fifty flaps are placed throughout this book and hidden behind each one is a fascinating tidbit about these prehistoric creatures.
fter a two page map that identifies some of the more common dinosaurs and pinpoints where they once lived, the book is then divided into sections that introduce the first
and then focuses on specific types of dinosaurs.
here's the Jurassic giant, the brachiosaurus; the smaller but feistier dinosaurs, such as the velociraptor, gallimimus and oviraptor; the fierce looking triceratops; and, of course, tyrannosaurus rex; and the winged versions like the quetzalcoatus.
ince the many tabs often blend in with the illustrations on each page, you'll have to look for them carefully, but be sure to do so. You won't want to miss the additional information you'll discover when you lift-the-flap.
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