David Norman - Nature - 1991 - 192 pages
Discusses dinosaurs, their life, death, and discovery, and describes the techniques used for making the TV series "Dinosaurs!"
John R. Horner - Science - 2001 - 195 pages
When Jack Horner was in high school, he put together a science project that identified and compared dinosaur fossils from Montana and Alberta. Now a world-renowned dinosaur ...
Dougal Dixon - Fiction - 1988 - 120 pages
Looks at how the dinosaurs might have evolved if they hadn't become extinct, and shows and describes the characteristics of these hypothetical creatures
Eugene S. Gaffney - Nature - 2001 - 160 pages
A field guide to dinosaurs most likely to be found in museums. Includes information on evolution, locomotion and feeding.
John R. Horner - Science - 1993 - 239 pages
A look at the Tyrannosaurus Rex discusses the animal's speed, its warm-bloodedness, its dimensions and anatomy, and its gender differences, offering excavation photos and line ...
Darren Naish - Nature - 2009 - 192 pages
This elegantly illustrated volume is a journey through more than two centuries of remarkable discovery. Books on dinosaurs are usually arranged by classification or epoch, but ...
Spencer G. Lucas - Nature - 1994 - 290 pages
This text is intended for a one-quarter or one-semester introductory course on dinosaurs. Dinosaurs: The Textbook is a monument to our present understanding of these wonderful ...
Gregory Paul - Science - 2003 - 432 pages
Collects writings by experts in paleontology, from John Horner on dinosaur families to Robert Bakker on the latest wave of fossil discoveries.
David Norman - Science - 1985 - 208 pages
More than seven hundred illustrations, drawings, photographs, and diagrams, mostly in full-color, accompany an informative text that discusses the lives of sixty-eight of the ...