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The Terrible Lizard

Author: Deborah Cadbury
Publisher: Holt Paperbacks
ISBN: 9780805070873
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In 1812, the skeleton of a monster was discovered beneath the cliffs of Dorset, setting in motion a collision between science and religion, and among scientists eager to claim supremacy in a brand-new field. For Reverend William Buckland, an eccentric naturalist at Oxford University, the fossil remains of a creature that existed before Noah's flood inspired an attempt to prove the accuracy of the biblical record. Novelist Gideon Mantell also became obsessed with the ancient past, and eminent anatomist Richard Owen soon entered the fray, claiming credit for the discovery of the dinosaurs. In a fast-paced narrative, Terrible Lizard re-creates the bitter feud between Mantell and Owen. Revealing a strange, awesome prehistoric era, their struggle set the stage for Darwin's shattering theories -- and for controversies that still rage today.

Doctor Who Terrible Lizards

Author: Jonathan Green
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 1405926295
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The Eleventh Doctor and his friends join a group of explorers on a Victorian tramp steamer in the Florida Everglades. The explorers are searching for the Fountain of Youth, but neither they nor the treasure they seek are quite what they seem . . .

Terrible Lizard 5

Author: Cullen Bunn
Publisher: Oni Press
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The military unleashes advanced experimental weaponry. Temporal gateways are opening up all over the city. Hideous mutants are wreaking havoc everywhere you look. And Jess and Wrex are caught right in the middle. With the odds stacked against them, there's every possibility that they will not make it out of this apocalyptic monster-fest alive!

Knights Vs Dinosaurs

Author: Matt Phelan
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062686259
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Renowned for their courage, their chivalry, and their ability to fight mythical creatures, the Knights of the Round Table must face their most dangerous opponents yet—DINOSAURS! This heavily illustrated middle grade novel from award-winning author and artist Matt Phelan is a hilarious, rip-roaring tale of derring-do perfect for reluctant readers and fans of How to Train Your Dragon and The Terrible Two. Let me tell you a secret about the Knights of the Round Table: they don’t have much to do. The realm is at peace and dragons are few and far between. So Merlin decides to send the knights out on a real adventure to a world filled with the most terrible lizards of all: DINOSAURS! Knights vs. Dinosaurs is a highly illustrated, fast-paced adventure full of uproarious knightly hijinks, surprising secrets, and terrifying dinosaurs. With art on nearly every page, including an epic fight scene depicted in several graphic-novel style spreads, this engaging story is Monty Python for young middle school readers. A great choice for reluctant readers, aspiring knights, and fans of Peter Brown’s The Wild Robot.

The Grey Fairy Book

Author: Andrew Lang
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 048612021X
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Thirty-five stories, many from oral traditions, others from French, German, Italian collections: "The Goat-faced Girl," "The Sunchild," "The Street Musicians," "The Twin Brothers," "Prunella," and many more. 59 illustrations.

Terrible Lizards

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Publisher: Learning Media Ltd
ISBN: 9780478265170
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Dinosaurs lived millions of years ago. Scientists have learned a lot about them from looking at their bones. What do you know about dinosaurs?

A Short History Of Nearly Everything

Author: Bill Bryson
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1409095487
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Bill Bryson describes himself as a reluctant traveller, but even when he stays safely at home he can't contain his curiosity about the world around him. A Short History of Nearly Everything is his quest to understand everything that has happened from the Big Bang to the rise of civilization - how we got from there, being nothing at all, to here, being us. Bill Bryson's challenge is to take subjects that normally bore the pants off most of us, like geology, chemistry and particle physics, and see if there isn't some way to render them comprehensible to people who have never thought they could be interested in science. The ultimate eye-opening journey through time and space, A Short History of Nearly Everything is the biggest-selling popular science book of the 21st century, and reveals the world in a way most of us have never seen it before.

The Return Of Gabriel

Author: Richard V. Shriver
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1477162410
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This collection of letters is a continuation of my earlier collection, The Gabriel Letters. I stumbled on the idea of writing imagined letters from an archangel advising a young guardian, while reading an introduction to C. S. Lewis Screwtape Letters. It has been a marvelous way perhaps delusional of standing back and imagining that I can see the world through angel eyes. The amazing result for me has been a sense of objectivity and good will. The intended purpose of the letters is to apply to all things the idea of Gods complete love (self-sacrificing, eternal, parent-like love). This idea is the center of Christianity. It is Jesus message, and it is St. Pauls good news. If we desire to be Christian, we should begin, it seems to me, by attempting to apply Jesus teachings to all things: to our behavior; to our human relationships, especially family; to our work and our business dealings; to the way we run our churches; and to the way we study the scriptures. If we take Jesus seriously, we must reevaluate much of the Bible the parts which are not specifically the teachings of Jesus. Jesus, Himself, questioned much of the scriptures. These letters cover a variety of subjects, many of them Biblical. Some Biblical passages need correction in light of Jesus ideas. Some Biblical passages are so marvelous that we need to lift them to the sky and shout, Look at this! Some Biblical passages are confusing, and we need to wrestle with them. But in all, we should be trying to see them through Jesus eyes. To see through Jesus eyes is, I suspect, what the true Gabriel wants, and it is the intent of this book. - Richard V. Shriver

Pachycephalosaurus Thick Headed Lizard

Author: Enrique Fiesta
Publisher: Mendon Cottage Books
ISBN: 1311570519
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Table of Contents Introduction Chapter 1: Appearance and Behavior Chapter 2: Environment Conclusion Author Bio Introduction to Dinosaurs Facts about Dinosaurs Dinosaur Extinction Dinosaur Fossils Dinosaur Eggs Dinosaur Names Dinosaur Diet Feathered Dinosaurs Plant Eating Dinosaurs The Weirdest Dinosaurs The Deadliest Dinosaurs Flying Dinosaurs Kinds of Dinosaurs The Biggest Dinosaurs The Smallest Dinosaurs Author Bio Publisher Introduction Hello young reader! By reading this book you are going to take a step back in time and journey to the age of the dinosaurs! The dinosaurs are the some of the most amazing creatures to live on our planet. They existed around 200 million years ago and continued to exist for 165 million years. The human race has only been around for about 60,000 years. This means that the dinosaurs lived on earth 2750 times longer that we have! For reasons unknown the dinosaurs mysteriously disappeared 65 million years ago and became extinct. The only reason we know they exist is because we have found their fossilized remains in the earth. Humans have come across dinosaur fossils throughout history, but it wasn’t until the 19th century (1800s) that the study of dinosaurs became a formal scientific study. The first fossil given serious attention as a dinosaur specimen was an Iguanodon* fossil. Since then dinosaur fossils have been discovered all over the world. Right now paleontologists and scientists are doing important digging in China because feathered dinosaurs have been found there, but even the scaly ones are important too. The dinosaurs’ strange shapes and sizes have sparked the imaginations of countless people. The study of dinosaurs requires depth of imagination, analytical skills, and thought. I hope this book fuels your imagination and makes you want to learn even more about dinosaurs. I hope you learn to appreciate the value of the dinosaurs and that you bring a spirit of openness and wonder on your journey back to the age of the dinosaurs. The dinosaur we are learning about in this book is the Pachycephalosaurus. This dinosaur is famous for its thick dome-like skull. We are going to learn about this dome structure, the dinosaur’s appearance, behavior, and how it related to its environment and the dinosaurs it lived with. We know what we know about the dinosaurs from a variety of sources including fossils, biology, and other scientific disciplines. Fossils are the ancient remains of the dinosaurs, the most familiar being their bones. Biological science is the study of life in general, but many scientists compare the dinosaurs to modern day animals to support their theories. Before a talk about dinosaurs can take place it is important that we discuss the theory of evolution. Evolutionary theory supposes that all the animals we know and see today are the direct descendants of animals that existed millions of years ago. The dinosaurs and other creatures that existed millions of years ago either died out or gradually changed into different animals. For instance, birds are considered to be surviving dinosaurs because their dinosaur ancestors survived the dinosaur extinction event (we will discuss this later). Remember that any time you see an * next to the name of a dinosaur, it means that a book has been written about this dinosaur in the Dinosaur Books for Young Readers series. Any word written in bold is an important scientific term which is defined in-text. Italics are used to denote the first time a dinosaur’s name is mentioned in the book.