In this insightful, dramatically illustrated
new series, world-renowned palaeontologist Philip J. Currie, with
co-authors Eva Koppelhus and Eric P. Felber, employs the fossil
record to craft stories that encourage readers to explore a day in
the life of a creature from Earth's ancient past.
Fossil evidence springs to life on the page as
we follow the long-distance migration of Centrosaurs. Observe the
pack hunter Albertosaurus as it searches for migrating dinosaurs.
Follow the struggle of Sinosauropteryx to survive a volcano
eruption. Follow Troodon's fight to nurture her young and teach
them survival skills.
The conclusion of each book presents the
fossil evidence from which each story has been developed.
The authors' imaginative but scientifically
accurate approach to storytelling is perfectly complemented by
17-23 full-color illustrations from award-winning science
illustrator Jan Sovak.
Philip J. Currie is Curator of Dinosaurs at
the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology. He is recognized as one
of the world's foremost dinosaurian palaeontologists. Jan Sovak's
work had been published in over 250 books in more than 15
languages. Eric P. Felber is President of Troodon Productions Inc.
and a geologist in the oil and gas industry. Eva B. Koppelhus is a
visiting scientist at the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology.
She has worked for more than 10 years at the Geological Surveys of
Denmark and Greenland.