Big Book of Dinosaurs
DK Publishing Company, 1994
Ages 7 – 18
Full color photographs and easy to read text, makes the Dorling-Kindersley series a popular source of information for kids of all ages.
DK Publishing Company, 2004
Ages 1 – 18
Learn how fossils are formed and see exciting real life photographs of everything from a dinosaur's toe to pearls that are 50 million years old.
Encyclopedia Prehistorica Dinosaurs: The Definitive Pop-Up
by Robert Sabuda
Candlewick Publishing, 2005
For all ages of lovers of pop-up books
Three dimensional illustrations of dinosaurs pop right out to grab your attention. Full color illustrations brought to life by two famous pop-up book makers.
A Dinosaur Named Sue
By Pat Relf
This nonfiction book, written with the help of the Sue Science Team of Chicago’s Field Museum, discusses the 1990 discovery of a nearly complete Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton, its removal, and transport to the museum for study and reconstruction.
Digging Up Dinosaurs
Crowell Publishing, 1982
Take a look at how scientists dig up and preserve dinosaur bones for museums and for study. Colorful illustrations that teach as well as entertain.
National Geographic Dinosaurs
By Paul Barrett
National Geographic, 2001
Up to date reference book with everything you want to know about dinosaurs, plus marvelous illustrations. Hardcover and scientifically accurate.
By John A Long
Simon & Schuster, 2007
Ages 6 – 10
Beautiful illustrations reveal the anatomy of a dinosaur, the process of fossilization and easy text for early readers.
By Roy A. Gallant
Benchmark Books, 2001
Ages 4 – 8
How fossils are formed, how to read the evidence they leave behind, and other basics. Easy to read text. Part of a series of earth science books.
Bones Rock!: Everything You Need to Know go Be a Paleontologist
By Peter Larson and Kristin Donnan
Invisible Cities Press, 2004
A wonderful step by step tour through the process of fossil hunting to digging, to keeping records, to some of the most famous of dinosaur bones.
National Geographic Kids Ultimate Dinopedia: The Most Complete Dinosaur Reference Ever
By Don Lessem
National Geographic Children's Books, 2010
Ages 7 and up
This well-known author of dinosaur books (who studied at MIT) delves deep into the comprehensive study of dinosaurs with easy to read text, full page illustrations and a dinosaur dictionary.