My Nature Sticker Activity Book In the Age of Dinosaurs / Animals of the Savanna
In the Age of Dinosaurs Did you know that the word "dinosaur" means "great lizard"? Have you ever heard of an animal that had to swallow thousands of pounds of plants every day to feed itself? And do you know the name of the largest known flying animal of all time?
In the Age of Dinosaurs will answer all of these questions and many more, presenting a range of interactive activities, stickers, and fun facts for children. Lovingly illustrated by Olivia Cosneau, this book introduces children to the world of dinosaurs and keeps them entertained for hours through fun activities, such as sticking on the missing bottom teeth of a Tyrannosaurus rex or coloring in the back plates of a Stegosaurus.
In the process children learn about the different types of dinosaurs that existed, their diet, how they hunted, how they protected their young, and other interesting facts. A quiz at the end of the book tests their knowledge.
Animals of the Savanna Did you know no two zebras' stripes are alike, that flies don't like to land on striped animals, that hippos eat lots of grass at night and let turtles rest on their back during the day? Learn fun facts about the exotic animals of the savannas of Africa, Australia, and Brazil, including zebras, giraffes, hippos, meerkats, and more. Place horns on an impala, hide lion cubs behind tall grass, and stick fruits on a tree for elephants, and test your new knowledge with a short quiz at the end.
Age Range 5-8 years
Size 22.2 x 0.3 x 30.5 cm