A comics author and illustrator, Harbin has lavished the subjects of his delightful fold-out booklet with the kind of vibrant detail I remember longing for in the dinosaur books I read as a kid. […] whether enjoyed as a fun browse, a handy reference tool, or wall art, this is a work that invites you to gaze at it again and again.
It’s a gorgeous parade of over 100 meticulously researched and rendered dinosaurs, simply
marching on and on as the leporello unfolds: the tallest, longest, smallest, shortest, – they’re all here. There might not be every single known dinosaur depicted here, but it’s as close as it gets, and exquisitely, impressively so.
Whichever is your favourite and however you choose to enjoy the book (it can be read as book, displayed on a mantlepiece or hung as an art print) you will love gazing at the array of dinosaurs that Dustin has lovingly brought back to life as they leap, crawl, run, fly, swim and slither towards extinction.
It’s probably going to be a hit with anyone from eight to eighty.
It is a visual story that children who love dinosaurs are going to enjoy as they scour each illustration for dinosaurs they know, and learn about dinosaurs they don’t. […] this infographic book is a real treat for children and adults who love to learn about dinosaurs.
—New York Journal of Books
Perused as an informational book, or hung on a wall for display, Behold! The Dinosaurs! is perfect for young dinosaur enthusiasts or would look fabulous in a classroom setting.
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