Fossil
Claire Ewart
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Feb 23, 2020 - 02:17 AM By Claire Ewart

When dinosaurs thundered across the land, and enormous reptiles swam in the salty oceans, reptiles called pterosaurs ruled the ancient skies Claire Ewart transports readers back than ninety million years to the age of the dinosaurs as a young girl finds a fossil, and a day in the life of a pterosaur unfolds The pterosaur finally lives out its natural life, and layerWhen dinosaurs thundered across the land, and enormous reptiles swam in the salty oceans, reptiles called pterosaurs ruled the ancient skies Claire Ewart transports readers back than ninety million years to the age of the dinosaurs as a young girl finds a fossil, and a day in the life of a pterosaur unfolds The pterosaur finally lives out its natural life, and layers of Earth and time transform the creature into a fossil an amazing link to the past waiting to be discovered.
  • Title: Fossil
  • Author: Claire Ewart
  • ISBN: 9780802737373
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Hardcover

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Annie Feb 23, 2020 - 02:17 AM
I enjoyed this book and think that it would be a wise addition to the class library. I particularly enjoyed the fact that the entire book explains how a fossil is actually formed. The illustrations are very supportive to the text on each page. I think this book is written in a way that makes fossils "cool" and allows the reader to learn about them without feeling like they are in a science lesson. The back of the book shares a bibliography and a page of fossil evidence. I appreciate that they in [...]
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Cali Feb 23, 2020 - 02:17 AM
A beautiful poem about an ornithocheirus from its life during the Mesozoic era to its death and transformation into fossil which is finally discovered by a little girl. Beautifully written and illustrated. A very poetic dinosaur book for a change. Includes a scientific explanation in the back and a full bibliography.
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Tara Feb 23, 2020 - 02:17 AM
Interesting non-fiction storyline and beautiful illustrations
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Kirsti Feb 23, 2020 - 02:17 AM
I loved this poetic, wistfully-illustrated approach to the life & fossilizaiton of a pterosaur -- however, it didn't quite capture my son's imagination; a dinosaur book for young children this is not.
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Garren Feb 23, 2020 - 02:17 AM
I can't imagine a better introduction to prehistoric life and fossils.
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Russell Feb 23, 2020 - 02:17 AM
It is immortality, of a sort.
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Elizabeth Feb 23, 2020 - 02:17 AM
Would be an excellent addition to a dinosaur story time. STEM concepts. Fantastic
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Hayley Imbler Feb 23, 2020 - 02:17 AM
PICTUREThis book is a great book for showing how fossils come about. It is definitely a book for older children as the vocabulary is pretty advanced.
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Teri Feb 23, 2020 - 02:17 AM
Nice book about fossils. Love the water colors used for illustrations.
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Fossil By Claire Ewart When dinosaurs thundered across the land, and enormous reptiles swam in the salty oceans, reptiles called pterosaurs ruled the ancient skies Claire Ewart transports readers back than ninety million years to the age of the dinosaurs as a young girl finds a fossil, and a day in the life of a pterosaur unfolds The pterosaur finally lives out its natural life, and layerWhen dinosaurs thundered across the land, and enormous reptiles swam in the salty oceans, reptiles called pterosaurs ruled the ancient skies Claire Ewart transports readers back than ninety million years to the age of the dinosaurs as a young girl finds a fossil, and a day in the life of a pterosaur unfolds The pterosaur finally lives out its natural life, and layers of Earth and time transform the creature into a fossil an amazing link to the past waiting to be discovered.

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