Friday, November 30, 2012

What I Learned About Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs are pretty universally known and loved. We learn about them as a kid even before school most of the time. Through the compulsory courses of science we expand our knowledge further until the fun is almost taken away and put into such a deep science we forget the initial spark we felt as a kid.

Life continues and we procreate, or know someone else who has. The new children, wide eyed and full of rawrs, continue the dinosaur legacy. We want to share with the little rugrats what we know.

Brian Russell has illustrated and written a very fun book that combines the initial childlike wonder meshed with bouts of science. The book is mixed with humor and science, and has a personal touch of his experience  in learning about them (which is very likely to be on target with your experience too.)

Give the book a read if you get the chance. I think you will enjoy it. It will be for sale at a later date. If you don't have kids, find nieces and nephews or grandkids or godkids. It will make a good Christmas/birthday present.


P.S. Kickstarter has brought a few fun things into my life and this is no exception. If you haven't ever toured the site, you should. You can help make dreams come true.

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