Beyond the dinosaurs Monsters of the air and sea

Charlotte Lewis Brown

Book - 2007

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Series
An I can read book.
Subjects
Published
New York : HarperCollins c2007.
Edition
1st ed
Language
English
Physical Description
30 p. : col. ill
ISBN
9780060530570
006053057X
9780060530563
0060530561
Main Author
Charlotte Lewis Brown (-)
Other Authors
Phil Wilson (illustrator)
  • Pteranodon
  • Deinosuchus
  • Elasmosaurus
  • Ichthyosaurus
  • Mosasaurus
  • Hainosaurus
  • Pterodaustro
  • Microraptor
  • Kronosaurus
  • Placodus
  • Archaeopteryx.
Review by School Library Journal Reviews

K-Gr 3— This introduction to creatures "just as strange and wonderful as any dinosaur" pairs a straightforward text with action-packed, lifelike illustrations. The book's structure is similar to Brown's other "I Can Read!" titles, with a spread devoted to each of 11 prehistoric animals, including the Elasmosaurus, Hainosaurus , and Archaeopteryx . Helpful pronunciation guides are included. Readers of this book will get a close-up feel for life millions of years ago.—Sarah O'Holla, Village Community School, New York City [Page 130]. Copyright 2007 Reed Business Information.

Review by Publisher Summary 1

An exciting easy reader introduces youngsters to the prehistoric creatures who dominated the oceans and the sky, from the Kronosaurus to the flying Pterodaustros.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

Discusses the creatures that lived alongside dinosaurs, including animals with teeth as large as bananas, animals that spit water through hundreds of teeth, and creatures that preyed on dinosaurs.

Review by Publisher Summary 3

Strange and wonderful creatures shared the earth with the dinosaurs. Kronosaurus ruled the seas with teeth as big as bananas and jaws more powerful than a Tyrannosaurus rex's. Flying Pterodaustro spit water through hundreds of long, thin teeth. Deinosuchus, the giant crocodile, preyed on unlucky dinosaurs. These and other amazing animals are introduced to young readers in easy-to-read text and dynamic illustrations.