Lone Star Dinosaurs

Filename: lone-star-dinosaurs.pdf
ISBN: 0890966745
Release Date: 1999-05-01
Number of pages: 176
Author: Louis Jacobs
Publisher: Texas A & M University Press

Download and read online Lone Star Dinosaurs in PDF and EPUB Discusses the various species of dinosaurs discovered in Texas and where their fossil remains were found.


When Dinosaurs Roamed New Jersey

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ISBN: 0813523494
Release Date: 1997-01-01
Number of pages: 176
Author: William B. Gallagher
Publisher: Rutgers University Press

Download and read online When Dinosaurs Roamed New Jersey in PDF and EPUB Provides the history of the dinosaur in New Jersey and tells of professional and amateur fossil hunters and their discoveries


Dinosaur Hunt

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ISBN: 9780060297039
Release Date: 2002-10-08
Number of pages: 48
Author: Karen Carr
Publisher: Harper Collins

Download and read online Dinosaur Hunt in PDF and EPUB On a muddy riverbank, a hungry dinosaur stalks her prey. From her hiding place in the nearby trees, she spies a giant, four-legged plant eater. At the right moment, she leaps from the trees and lunges at the slower dinosaur, tearing at its flanks with teeth and sharp claws. It's an average day in southern Texas, 115 million years ago. This dinosaur attack happened. We know for certain, because these two animals left their footprints in the mud -- and they're still there, hardened into stone for all to see. Dinosaur Hunt presents this dramatic event and brings the two combatants vividly back to life. It is the tale of a young Acrocanthosaurus, a predatory dinosaur similar to T. rex. As she grows she learns to hide, hunt, and survive in the eat-or-be-eaten age of dinosaurs. The astounding, lifelike art of Karen Carr transports us to this strange and threatening world and re-creates one of the most gripping tales a few footprints ever told.


Dinosaur Highway

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ISBN: 9780875654737
Release Date: 2008-10-01
Number of pages: 212
Author: Laurie Jasinski
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press

Download and read online Dinosaur Highway in PDF and EPUB Where the Paluxy River now winds through the North Texas Hill Country, the great lizards of prehistory once roamed, leaving their impressive footprints deep in the limy sludge of what would become the earth’s Cretaceous layer. It wouldn’t be until a summer day in1909, however, when young George Adams went splashing along the creekbed, that chance and shifting sediments would reveal these stony traces of an ancient past. Young Adams’s first discovery of dinosaur tracks in the Paluxy River Valley, near the small community of Glen Rose, Texas, came more than one hundred million years after the reign of the dinosaurs. During this prehistoric era, herds of lumbering “sauropods” and tri-toed, carnivorous “theropods” made their way along what was then an ancient “dinosaur highway.” Today, their long-ago footsteps are immortalized in the limestone of the riverbed, arousing the curiosity of picnickers and paleontologists alike. Indeed, nearly a century after their first discovery, the “stony oddities” of Somervell County continue to draw Saturday-afternoon tourists, renowned scholars, and dinosaur enthusiasts from across the nation and around the globe. In her careful, and colorful, history of Dinosaur Valley State Park, Jasinski deftly interweaves millennia of geological time with local legend, old photographs, and quirky anecdotes of the people who have called the valley home. Beginning with the valley’s “first visitors”—the dinosaurs—Jasinski traces the area’s history through to the decades of the twentieth century, when new track sites continued to be discovered, and visitors and locals continued to leave their own material imprint upon the changing landscape. The book reaches its culmination in the account of the hard-won battle fought by Somervell residents and officials during the latter decades of the century to secure Dinosaur Valley’s preservation as a state park.


Discover Texas Dinosaurs

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ISBN: 9781461734321
Release Date: 1999-03-01
Number of pages: 150
Author: Charles E. Finsley
Publisher: Taylor Trade Publishing

Download and read online Discover Texas Dinosaurs in PDF and EPUB Through photos and narrative, some of Texas' most dedicated scientists show you actual specimens of dinosaur material found in Texas, as well as dinosaur exhibits found throughout the state.


Dinosaurs by the Decades A Chronology of the Dinosaur in Science and Popular Culture

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ISBN: 9780313393655
Release Date: 2014-07-23
Number of pages: 473
Author: Randy Moore
Publisher: ABC-CLIO

Download and read online Dinosaurs by the Decades A Chronology of the Dinosaur in Science and Popular Culture in PDF and EPUB Providing an appealing chronology of "all things dinosaur," this book covers these ancient creatures' roles and surprising importance in science, religion, and society at large. • Depicts the history, breadth, depth, and diversity of how humans have learned about, argued over, and made use of dinosaurs—a resource appropriate for public, school, or academic libraries • Examines the events of the earliest discoveries of fossilized remains of dinosaurs and how those discoveries often became interwoven with religious ideas • Includes photographs, a glossary, an appendix of geological time, and a detailed, cross-referenced index to assist researchers and general readers


The Last Dinosaur Book

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ISBN: 0226532046
Release Date: 1998-11-01
Number of pages: 321
Author: W. J. T. Mitchell
Publisher: University of Chicago Press

Download and read online The Last Dinosaur Book in PDF and EPUB Illustrated with forty-eight color plates and scores of black-and-white pictures, an entertaining study examines the enduring appeal of dinosaurs to the human imagination, the many different images of dinosaurs in popular culture, and their symbolic meaning and uses. UP.


The Complete Dinosaur

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ISBN: 9780253357014
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 1112
Author: M. K. Brett-Surman
Publisher: Indiana University Press

Download and read online The Complete Dinosaur in PDF and EPUB This is a New York Public Library Outstanding Reference Book of 1998. While the inhabitants of the lost world have long held sway over our imaginations, in recent years dinosaur science has experienced an explosive growth. More books on dinosaurs have been published in the past decade than in all the previous 150 years since Richard Owen named these 'fearfully great lizards' (correctly, 'reptiles'), and dinosaur research continues to make headlines. Reporting the latest discoveries and research, this book is an exuberant celebration of dinosaurs and of our ongoing fascination with them. Here, in one volume, is the single, most-authoritative account of dinosaur paleontology for the general reader. So rapidly has the field expanded that no individual can hope to master all the aspects of dinosaur paleontology. For this book, the editors have brought together forty-six experts in subjects ranging from functional morphology and paleobiology to biogeography and systematics to present a thorough survey of the dinosaurs from the earliest discoveries through the contemporary controversies over their extinction. Where contention exists, as over the question of whether dinosaurs were warm-blooded or cold-blooded, the editors have let the experts agree to disagree. Throughout technical jargon is kept to a minimum, and there is also a glossary of less familiar terms. Readers will find a wealth of information on the study and classification of dinosaurs, on each of the dinosaur groups, and on dinosaur biology and evolution. Not the least among these riches are the more than 350 illustrations (Including 16 pages of color plates), many prepared especially for this volume. The volume concludes with a survey of dinosaurs in the media and a chronology of the history of dinosaur science. This is the single most authoritative account of dinosaur paleontology for the general public, all in one volume. Sumptuously illustrated, with up-to-the-minute information, it features: more than 350 illustrations, including 16 pages in full color; each chapter written by an expert in dinosaur studies; includes the latest dinosaur discoveries; new information on the warm-blooded/cold-blooded debate; new insights on the possibility of isolating dinosaur DNA; what dinosaurs ate and how we know about it; dinosaurs in the media; a time-line of the history of dinosaur science; and much, much more!


Quest for the African Dinosaurs

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ISBN: 080186481X
Release Date: 2000-07-25
Number of pages: 316
Author: Louis Jacobs
Publisher: JHU Press

Download and read online Quest for the African Dinosaurs in PDF and EPUB "One closes Lou Jacobs' book with the wish that it did not have to come to an end... [because] one has been to Africa with Lou and surveyed the passing scene through his amused, discerning eye." -- "Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology"


A Bookmark

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ISBN: 0890968780
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages: 161
Author: Henry C. Dethloff
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press

Download and read online A Bookmark in PDF and EPUB Given in memory of Bob Akers by Phyllis Dozier.


Sharing the Journey

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ISBN: 9781351812979
Release Date: 2017-05-11
Number of pages:
Author: David Yellin
Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Download and read online Sharing the Journey in PDF and EPUB This wonderful resource from two authors with an infectious enthusiasm for children's literature will help readers select and share quality books for and with young children. Specifically focused on infants through the third grade, Sharing the Journey contains descriptive book annotations, instructive commentary, and creative teaching activities tailored for those important years. Extensive book lists throughout will help readers build a library of quality children's literature. Books representing other cultures are included to help celebrate diversity as well as cultural connection. Genre chapters include poetry, fantasy, and realistic and historical fiction. A chapter on informational books demonstrates how young children can be introduced to, and learn to enjoy, nonfiction.


My Dinosaur Book

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ISBN: 9780060899493
Release Date: 2007-04-03
Number of pages: 16
Author: Karen Carr
Publisher: Harper Collins

Download and read online My Dinosaur Book in PDF and EPUB Introduces dinosaurs--including stegosaurus, triceratops, and edmontonia--by asking readers to identify them by their physical characteristics and presenting them with a picture of each dinosaur.


Rosengren s Books

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ISBN: 9781609403805
Release Date: 2015-01-01
Number of pages: 160
Author: Mary George
Publisher: Wings Press

Download and read online Rosengren s Books in PDF and EPUB Virtually every San Antonio citizen over a certain age with any interest in literature will have vivid memories of Rosengren's Books. It was the absolute center of literary culture not only in San Antonio, but in Texas, for decades. Indeed, from the 1930s to the 1980s, Rosengren's Books was considered one of the finest bookstores between New York and San Francisco. It was a mid-continent haven for writers as diverse as Frost, John Dos Pasos, J. Frank Dobie, and Larry McMurtry. Rosengren's Books: An Oasis for Mind and Spirit is the story of a great American family of independent booksellers and the important literary institution they created. Beginning as a rare book store in Chicago, Frank and Florence Rosengren brought the store to San Antonio, Texas, in 1935. Located in various downtown locations, it became most well known as the charming book shop behind the Alamo, where it was visited by hundreds of thousands of tourists from around the world. At the heart of the story is Florence Rosengren, whom former San Antonio mayor Phil Hardberger calls the "Sylvia Beach of South Texas" and Texas Observer founding editor Ronnie Dugger described as "the chief guardian of civilization from here to Mexico City."


Lone Star

Filename: lone-star.pdf
ISBN: 0822206854
Release Date: 1980
Number of pages: 36
Author: James McLure
Publisher: Dramatists Play Service Inc

Download and read online Lone Star in PDF and EPUB THE STORY: The play takes place in the cluttered backyard of a small-town Texas bar. Roy, a brawny, macho type who had once been a local high-school hero, is back in town after a hitch in Vietnam and trying to reestablish his position in the community. Joined by his younger brother, Ray (who worships him), Roy sets about consuming a case of beer while regaling Ray with tales of his military and amorous exploits. Apparently Roy cherishes three things above all; his country, his sexy young wife, and his 1959 pink Thunderbird. With the arrival of Cletis, the fatuous, newlywed son of the local hardware store owner, the underpinnings of Roy's world begin to collapse as it gradually comes out that Ray had slept with his brother's wife during his absence and, horror of horrors, has just demolished his cherished Thunderbird. But, despite all, the high good humor of the play never lapses, and all ends as breezily and happily as it began.


Dinosaur Media

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ISBN: 115817215X
Release Date: 2010-10-14
Number of pages: 76
Author: Books Group
Publisher:

Download and read online Dinosaur Media in PDF and EPUB Chapters: Dinosaur Books, Dinosaurs in Fiction, Cultural Depictions of Dinosaurs, Tyrannosaurus in Popular Culture, List of Animals From "The New Dinosaurs: an Alternate Evolution," the New Dinosaurs: an Alternative Evolution, Stegosaurus in Popular Culture, Foreigner, the Complete Guide to Prehistoric Life, the Day of the Dinosaur, World Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs & Prehistoric Creatures, the Dinosaur Heresies, Definitely Dinosaurs, the Simon & Schuster Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Creatures: a Visual Who's Who of Prehistoric Life, Dinosaurs: the Most Complete, Up-To-Date Encyclopedia for Dinosaur Lovers of All Ages, Lone Star Dinosaurs, the Dinosauria, Album of Dinosaurs, Ten Little Dinosaurs, Dinosaur Encyclopedia, Feathered Dinosaurs: the Origin of Birds, National Geographic Dinosaurs, in the Presence of Dinosaurs, the Humongous Book of Dinosaurs. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 74. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Since the word "dinosaur" was coined in 1842, there have been various different cultural depictions of dinosaurs. The dinosaurs featured in movies, books, television shows, artwork and other media have been used for both education and entertainment. The depictions range from the realistic, as in the television documentaries of the 1990s and 2000s, or the fantastic, as in the monster movies of the 1950s and 1960s. Cultural depictions of dinosaurs have been an important means of translating scientific discoveries to the public. The growth in interest in dinosaurs since the Dinosaur Renaissance has been accompanied by depictions made by artists working with ideas at the leading edge of dinosaur science, presenting lively dinosaurs and feathered dinosaurs as these concepts were first being considered. Cultural depictions have also created or reinforced misconcept...http: //booksllc.net/?id=613986