Junior paleontologists will love bringing a herd of prehistoric creatures to life in this connect-the-dots expedition. Fierce predators and gentle herbivores alike populate these pages, in ready-to-be-completed pictures of a mighty Tyrannosaurus rex, a long-necked Brachiosaurus, and 28 other captivat... read more
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