What Did Dinosaurs Eat?: And Other Things You Want to Know About Dinosaurs

Description

32 pages
$12.95
ISBN 1-55074-063-5
DDC 567.9

Publisher

Year

2001

Contributor

Illustrations by Gordon Sauvé
Reviewed by Steve Pitt

Steve Pitt is a Toronto-based freelance writer and an award-winning journalist. He has written many young adult and children's books, including Day of the Flying Fox: The True Story of World War II Pilot Charley Fox.

Review

If you know a youngster who asks a lot of questions about dinosaurs,
here is a picture book with a lot of answers. The text consists of a
single-sentence question followed by a one- or two- paragraph answer.
The questions cover some of the more typical questions any youngster
might ask, such as: What is a dinosaur? How big were they? Were
dinosaurs smart? How fast could they run? What color were they? What did
they sound like? How were baby dinosaurs born? How long could a dinosaur
live? Could dinosaurs fly? What happened to them? Where do scientists
find dinosaur bones? What can these bones tell us?

Gordon Sauvé’s lovely full-color illustrations are sure to please
dinosaur fans of all ages. For those who find dinosaur names a tad
tricky on the tongue, a glossary included at the back of the book
explains what the dino’s name means and how to pronounce it. Highly
recommended.

Citation

MacLeod, Elizabeth., “What Did Dinosaurs Eat?: And Other Things You Want to Know About Dinosaurs,” Canadian Book Review Annual Online, accessed July 19, 2024, https://cbra.library.utoronto.ca/items/show/22092.