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A Gallery of Dinosaurs and Other Early Reptiles

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A Gallery of Dinosaurs and Other Early Reptiles
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Publisher: Random House Value Publishing
ISBN/ASIN: 0517078546
ISBN-13: 9780517078549
Number of pages: 30

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David Peters' presentation of the creatures is broader than many dinosaur books for children, including one hundred dinosaurs and other prehistoric reptiles of all sizes. The illustrations here portray the dinosaurs to scale in relation to one another, and in relation to the five-foot-tall young people shown crawling on, swimming with, or simply admiring these creatures.

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