So You Think You Know About Velociraptor?
Biologist and TV scientist Dr Ben Garrod’s fun, funny, informative and collectable series of books about dinosaurs is the most up-to-date on the market. Following Tyrannosaurus rex, Triceratops and Diplodocus, the series continues with Velociraptor, Stegosaurus and Spinosaurus. Highly collectable and pocket-size, with an introduction by Dr Jane Goodall.
Did you know that not all dinosaurs were green and scaly, some were ginger and feathered, or that they didn’t all roar, they cooed like pigeons, or that the ultimate prehistoric predator was actually not a dinosaur?
TV scientist, Ben Garrod, is proud to be a geek as he mixes hard science and humour to prove that science is for everyone. Looking at the evolutionary arms race, prey, predators, place, time, groups and species, Ben reveals new-look dinosaurs. Additional sections include: Ask an Expert, New Science and Fossil Finder as well as quizzes to test your dinosaur knowledge.
Praise for Ben Garrod:
‘A celebration of everything that science is really about’ NatSCA.
‘A perfect primer for kids to learn more about the amazing “terrible lizards”‘ BBC Wildlife Magazine.
‘Shines a fresh, contemporary light on this ever-popular topic’ The Bookseller.
‘Collectable and eye-catching, with plenty of diagrams and illustrations’ Books for Keeps.
'Loving that @Ben_garrod has writtten a series of Dino books. 3 down... 3 to go. Obsessed' Myleene Klass. 'Brilliantly dynamic, fascinating and original books on a topic you might think you and your kids know everything about but Dr Ben Garrod proves otherwise. Fascinating for both little (and big) dinosaur-lovers alike' Vicki Psarias, HONESTMUM. 'There is lots of dino non-fiction around, but TV scientist and biologist Garrod shines a fresh, contemporary light on this ever-popular topic' Fiona Noble, The Bookseller. 'This series is a celebration of everything that science is really about [...] leaving [children] with a passion for more dino-knowledge and a lasting impression that science is for everyone' NatSCA.