A Dinosaur A Day

Hardback

Shortlisted for 2023 British Book Design and Production Award – Educational Books

A dinosaur for every day of the year!

Dip in each day to discover a new dinosaur and enjoy sharing with friends or family.

Immerse yourself in this unforgettable year-long encounter with the most astonishing creatures ever to walk the Earth. From ferocious Tyrannosaurus to gentle giant Titanosaurus. You’ll find familiar and lesser-known names, alongside newly discovered species, all brought to life with stunning illustrations and fascinating facts.

With beautiful illustrations of every dinosaur and gorgeous packaging, this is the ULTIMATE gift for dinosaur fans aged 6 and up.

RRP: £16.00 £20.00

ISBN

978-0-7555-0179-3

Publication Date

13-10-2022

Format

Hardback

Pages

224 pages

Dimensions

225x284mm

Author

Miranda Smith, Illustrated by Jenny Wren, Xuan Le, Max Rambaldi, Juan Calle and Olga Baumert

Miranda Smith has written and edited information books and articles for children and adults. Like the children she writes for, she likes to explore and find out about new things.Professor Mike Benton was elected Fellow of the Royal Society in 2014 for his fundamental contributions to understanding the history of life.Jenny Wren is a freelance Illustrator who lives and works in Lichfield, Staffordshire. She mainly undertakes children's book projects, and has worked for Igloo, Parragon and Caterpillar Books.Xuan Le is an illustrator based in Saigon, Vietnam. She likes to work in digital, and practical formats, combining strong colours with eccentric details, mixing past, future and surreal worlds together.⁠Max Rambaldi draws mostly with my graphic tablet, but loves the freshness of watercolors and the mellowness of the acrylics. What she loves more than anything is scientific children books.

Product Description

Shortlisted for 2023 British Book Design and Production Award – Educational Books

A dinosaur for every day of the year!

Dip in each day to discover a new dinosaur and enjoy sharing with friends or family.

Immerse yourself in this unforgettable year-long encounter with the most astonishing creatures ever to walk the Earth. From ferocious Tyrannosaurus to gentle giant Titanosaurus. You’ll find familiar and lesser-known names, alongside newly discovered species, all brought to life with stunning illustrations and fascinating facts.

With beautiful illustrations of every dinosaur and gorgeous packaging, this is the ULTIMATE gift for dinosaur fans aged 6 and up.

ISBN

978-0-7555-0179-3

Publication Date

13-10-2022

Format

Hardback

Pages

224 pages

Dimensions

225x284mm

Product Description

Shortlisted for 2023 British Book Design and Production Award – Educational Books

A dinosaur for every day of the year!

Dip in each day to discover a new dinosaur and enjoy sharing with friends or family.

Immerse yourself in this unforgettable year-long encounter with the most astonishing creatures ever to walk the Earth. From ferocious Tyrannosaurus to gentle giant Titanosaurus. You’ll find familiar and lesser-known names, alongside newly discovered species, all brought to life with stunning illustrations and fascinating facts.

With beautiful illustrations of every dinosaur and gorgeous packaging, this is the ULTIMATE gift for dinosaur fans aged 6 and up.

Author

Miranda Smith, Illustrated by Jenny Wren, Xuan Le, Max Rambaldi, Juan Calle and Olga Baumert

Miranda Smith has written and edited information books and articles for children and adults. Like the children she writes for, she likes to explore and find out about new things.Professor Mike Benton was elected Fellow of the Royal Society in 2014 for his fundamental contributions to understanding the history of life.Jenny Wren is a freelance Illustrator who lives and works in Lichfield, Staffordshire. She mainly undertakes children's book projects, and has worked for Igloo, Parragon and Caterpillar Books.Xuan Le is an illustrator based in Saigon, Vietnam. She likes to work in digital, and practical formats, combining strong colours with eccentric details, mixing past, future and surreal worlds together.⁠Max Rambaldi draws mostly with my graphic tablet, but loves the freshness of watercolors and the mellowness of the acrylics. What she loves more than anything is scientific children books.