The simple but clever design of this book splits each cardboard page into three segments, chopping 10 different dinosaurs into fronts, middles, and backs to be mixed and matched at will. Their names and attributes also get divided up (e.g., ending in “-tops” means a creature would have a “short, heavy tail”), but this should be taken more as ways to come up with wacky-sounding names than scientific insights. It’s hard not to foresee dino-crazy kids having oodles of fun with this book, arguing endlessly over the relative merits of the Diplooptesaurus versus the Tyrannoploryx.

10 pages

Ages 5 - 95