Dig, Dig, Dinosaur (Hardcover)

Dig, Dig, Dinosaur By Anjali Goswami, Maggie Li (Illustrator) Cover Image
By Anjali Goswami, Maggie Li (Illustrator)
$16.99
Not in Stock... Available to ship in 3-5 days

Description


Three young adventurers embark on "an expedition to a faraway land." With the proper tools and an ambitious spirit, the adventurers dig for dinosaur bones, discovering and learning about various types of dinosaurs. Along the way, the adventurers strive to uncover dinosaurs bigger than the ones before, eventually revealing the biggest dinosaur at the end of the book. With the expertise of author Anjali Goswami, this book celebrates the expansive dinosaur population while encouraging young people to explore the world of paleontology.

About the Author


Anjali Goswami (Author)
Professor Anjali Goswami is a Research Leader in Palaeobiology, Dean of Postgraduate Education at the Natural History Museum, London, and an Honorary Professor of Palaeobiology at University College London. She is also President of The Linnean Society, where Charles Darwin's theory of evolution was first presented in 1858.

She grew up around Detroit, Michigan (USA), but spent long periods in India growing up, where her love of nature was first sparked by seeing a tiger when she was 4 years old. She studied Biology and Geology at the University of Michigan and conducted her PhD research on mammal evolution at the University of Chicago and the Field Museum of Natural History before moving to London to take up a research fellowship at the Natural History Museum. Before coming back to the Natural History Museum as a research leader, she lectured at the University of Cambridge and University College London.

Anjali specializes in the evolution of animal shapes, especially skulls, and she has led expeditions to search for fossils all over the world, especially India, Argentina, and Svalbard. She has won numerous awards for her work, including the Palaeontological Association's President's Medal, the Linnean Society's Bicentenary Medal, the Zoological Society of London's Scientific Medal, and Humanist UK's Darwin Day Medal.
She is passionate about inspiring people around the world to explore, study, and protect nature and hopes everyone will get

out and get their hands and feet dirty while learning more about this amazing planet we live on.


Product Details
ISBN: 9798887770796
Publisher: Nosy Crow
Publication Date: July 2nd, 2024
Pages: 36
Language: English