Three more of my books have been added to the growing catalogue of books at StarWalk Kids Media. They are:
Dinosaur Mountain: The 1909 discovery of bones protruding from a sandstone mountain in Utah
led to the unearthing of other remains and proved to be one of the
greatest fossil discoveries of the century. The site is still being excavated and is a continuing source of new information about dinosaurs.
Dinosaurs All Around:
On a visit to the workshop of dinosaur artists Stephen and Sylvia Czerkas, where a
life-size dinosaur model is being constructed, the reader learns what
dinosaurs really looked like, how we know how big they were, how they
moved, and what color skin they may have had.
Dinosaurs Down Under: A look at the unique fossils of prehistoric Australian creatures ranging from huge lizards to now extinct giant marsupials. The
story follows the journey of a museum exhibit, on loan from Australia,
as it is is shipped, assembled, and displayed in a Los Angeles museum.
As always, I am delighted that these books are once again available, now for a new generation of kids.