Wednesday, 30 October 2019

"Prehistoric" by Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld and Julius Csotonyi (What On Earth Books, Smithsonian)

Step back in time, way back in time to find out all about how our earth was formed - and how the most amazing lifeforms began to emerge from the slime and swamps of our primordial world.

"Prehistoric: Dinosaurs, Megaladons and other Fascinating Creatures of the Deep Past" by Kathleen Weidner Zoefeld and Julius Csotonyi stretches a curious gaze back to a time when truly mighty and magnificent creatures stalked the planet.

This is the perfect book for dinosaur lovers, stopping in frozen ice ages, lush prehistoric rainforests, and ancient oceans along the way.

Bold illustrations allow children to discover fascinating creatures, including hungry dinosaurs and enormous mammoths. 

Infographics reveal the secrets of Earth's geology and environments, linking ancient creatures and places to our own time and to some of the major issues facing societies right now, such as climate change, deforestation, and extinction events.

Sum this book up in a sentence: The perfect book for curious kids who love finding out what life was like in prehistoric times.

"Prehistoric" by Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld and Julius Csotonyi is out now, published by What On Earth Books / Smithsonian (kindly supplied for review)