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• There are many dinosaur-related books out there of various levels of quality. Below are some of the better ones. Click a link to view the product page on Amazon for details and reviews. If it tickles your fancy stick it in your basket and checkout. The downside? If you want to own it, cash must change hands. The upside? You'll get to feel some real paper between your fingers (remember that?) and we'll get a miniscule percentage by way of commision, so the kids won't starve and we can feed our chocolate chip hazelnut cookie addiction. It's a good system ;-)
• Also, you'll need to be checking out sites like PlosOne and other open access publishers where you can read the latest papers on the latest discoveries for free. Be warned though; you need to be familiar with "the jargon" to make sense of them.
• Finally, don't be afraid to email paleontologists if you can't find answers to your pressing questions elswhere. We do it all the time. They're mostly a friendly bunch who are only too happy to help. Keep your queries on topic though; they won't know where your car keys are or how long your pizza needs to be in the oven!

• Mark Hallett and Matt Wedel (2016) The Sauropod Dinosaurs: Life in the Age of Giants.
• Michael K. Brett-Surman, Thomas R. Holtz and James O. Farlow (2012) The Complete Dinosaur, Second Edition.
• Thomas R. Holtz, jr. (2007) The Most Complete, Up-to-Date Encyclopedia for Dinosaur Lovers of All Ages.
• Gregory Paul (2011) The Princeton Field Guide to Dinosaurs.
• Darren Naish (2009) The Great Dinosaur Discoveries.
• DK Publishing (2009) Prehistoric Life: The Definitive Visual History of Life on Earth.
• L. Chiappe & L.M. Witmer (2002) Mesozoic Birds: Above the Heads of Dinosaurs.
• David Lambert (2003) Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Life.
• Robert Bakker (1986) The Dinosaur Heresies.
• Steve Parker (2009) Dinosaurus: The Complete Guide to Dinosaurs.
• Nicholas Fraser & Douglas Henderson (2006) Dawn of the Dinosaurs: Life in the Triassic.
• Pei-ji Chen, Yuan Wang, Yuan-qing Wang, Mee-Mann Chang (2008) The Jehol Fossils: The Emergence of Feathered Dinosaurs, Beaked Birds and Flowering Plants.
• Michael K. Brett-Surman, Thomas R. Holtz and James O. Farlow (2012) The Complete Dinosaur, Second Edition.
• Anusuya Chinsamy-Turan (2005) The Microstructure of Dinosaur Bone: Deciphering Biology with Fine-Scale Techniques.
• Stephen L. Brusatte (2012) Dinosaur Paleobiology (TOPA Topics in Paleobiology).
• Weishampel, Dodson and Osmólska (2004) The Dinosauria, second edition.
• David Batten (2011) English Wealden Fossils (Field Guide to Fossils Number 14).
• David Weishampel (2003) The Dinosaur Papers.
• Euan Clarkson (1998) Invertebrate Palaeontology & Evolution.
• Philip J. Currie & Kevin Padian (1997) Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs.
• Christopher McGowan (1999) A Practical Guide to Vertebrate Mechanics.
• Hans-Dieter Sues & Nicholas Fraser (2010) Triassic Life on Land: The Great Transition.
• David E. Fastovsky & David B. Weishampel (2009) Dinosaurs: A Concise Natural History.
• Dean R. Lomax and Nobumichi Tamura (2014) Dinosaurs of the British Isles.
• Hector E. Rivera-Sylva, Kenneth Carpenter, Eberhard Frey (2014) Dinosaurs and Other Reptiles from the Mesozoic of Mexico.
• P. Godefroit (2012) Bernissart Dinosaurs and Early Cretaceous Terrestrial Ecosystems.
• John A. Long (1998) Dinosaurs of Australia and New Zealand and Other Animals of the Mesozoic Era.
• Thomas A. Rich and Patricia Vickers-Rich (2000) Dinosaurs of Darkness.
• David B. Weishampel & Coralia-Maria Jianu (2011) Transylvanian Dinosaurs.
• Gerhard Maier (2003) African Dinosaurs Unearthed: The Tendaguru Expeditions
• Louis Jacobs (2000) Quest for the African Dinosaurs: Ancient Roots of the Modern World.
• Michael J. Benton (2008) The Age of Dinosaurs Russia & Mongolia.
• Fernando E. Novas (2009) The Age of Dinosaurs in South America.
• Zulma Gasparini, Rodolfo A. Coria and Leonardo Salgado (2007) Patagonian Mesozoic Reptiles.
• Pei-ji Chen, Yuan Wang, Yuan-qing Wang & Mee-Mann Chang (2008) The Jehol Fossils: The Emergence of Feathered Dinosaurs, Beaked Birds and Flowering Plants.
• William E. Nothdurft (2003) The Lost Dinosaurs of Egypt: The Astonishing and Unlikely True Story of One of the Twentieth Century's Greatest Paleontological Discoveries.
• Jeffrey D. Stilwell & John A. Long (2011) Frozen in Time: Prehistoric Life in Antarctica.
• Benjamin P. Kear, Robert J. Hamilton-Bruce, Tim Flannery (2011) Dinosaurs in Australia: Mesozoic Life from the Southern Continent.
• Angel Galobart, Maite Suner and Begona Poza (2011) Dinosaurs of Eastern Iberia.
• Cristiano Dal Sasso (2005) Dinosaurs of Italy.
• Thomas Martin and Bernhard Krebs (2000) Guimarota: A Jurassic Ecosystem.
• Michael Novacek (1997) "Dinosaurs of the Flaming Cliffs".
• Robert Mash (2007) Extreme dinosaurs.
• Henry Gee & Luis V. Rey (2012) A Field Guide to Dinosaurs: The Essential Handbook for Travelers in the Mesozoic. /uk.
• National Geographic Society (2008) The Dinosaur Museum: An Unforgettable, Interactive Virtual Tour Through Dinosaur History. /uk.
• National Geographic Kids (2010) The Ultimate Dinopedia: The Most Complete Dinosaur Reference Ever. /uk.
• Luis Rey (2001) Extreme Dinosaurs. /uk.
• Nigel Marvin (2007) Dinosaurs. /uk.
• Robert Sabuda & Matthew Reinhart (2005) Encyclopedia Prehistorica: Dinosaurs. /uk.
• Robert Sabuda & Matthew Reinhart (2006) Encyclopedia Prehistorica: Sharks and Other Sea Monsters. /uk.
Not dinosaurs but interesting non-the-less:
• Xiaoming Wang (2010) Dogs: Their Fossil Relatives and Evolutionary History. /uk.
• David M. Unwin (2005) The Pterosaurs: From Deep Time. /uk.

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