The Extinct Files

The Extinct Files

My Science Project

Book - 2006
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Univ of Toronto Pr
In this eye-opening book by award-winner Wallace Edwards, a kid's science project on dinosaurs turns out to be the news story of the millennium!
Wally was planning to do his science project on his pet iguana. But just as he was getting started, he made a major discovery sure to rock the scientific community. He saw a dinosaur. Not a fossil, but a real dinosaur, right outside his bedroom window. Dinosaurs are alive -- and living among us. In fact, they are right in Wally's backyard! With the aid of stunning eyewitness accounts, The Extinct Files: My Science Project details the habitat, diet, grooming, health and fitness, communication and recreation of the contemporary dinosaurs, and much more. Wally has done his homework and it shows. His project follows tried-and-true scientific methodology and contains page after page of photographic evidence. But his shocking conclusion shows that today's dinos guard their privacy fiercely ?

Baker & Taylor
For his science project, Wallace documents the behavior of dinosaurs in modern life, including how they like the night life, are active athletes, and are generally shy around humans.

& Taylor

While working on his science project, Wally makes a startling discovery--dinosaurs are alive and living in his backyard--in a hilarious picture book that details the habits, diet, grooming, health and fitness, and communication of modern-day dinosaurs.

Publisher: Tonawanda, NY : Kids Can Press, c2006
ISBN: 9781553379713
Characteristics: [30] p. : col. ill. ; 31 cm


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