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Dinosaur bones illustration

Fossil by Fossil

T.S Spookytooth illustrates his third book for Lerner Books/Millbrook Press taking a look at human and dinosaur bones.

Fossil by Fossil is written by Sara Levine and takes a look at the differences between human bones and dinosaur bones. With gorgeously illustrated spreads showing Spookytooth's inventive characters and expressions, the reader is able to discover that humans have more in common with dinosaurs than they first thought. The enigmatic illustrator adds, "The book features a rather wonderful four page gatefold of a Diplodocus, for fans of gatefolds and/or Diplodocuses."

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