We all grew up loving dinosaurs, and the wonder of their size and scope. Lonely Planet Kids wanted to bring that wonder to life with their Dinosaur Atlas, exploring all the many varieties, shapes and sizes.
British illustrator James Gilleard does an amazing job bringing the visions of dinosaurs to life, in colorful, stylish detail. His style has a great vintage look, almost like the textbook or encyclopedia illustrations we grew up looking at.
It’s time to explore lost prehistoric lands and the huge variety of dinosaurs that roamed them with Lonely Planet Kids’ Dinosaur Atlas. Kids can unfold maps and lift the flaps to reveal amazing illustrations and facts about how dinosaurs lived and where they were discovered. They’ll also learn about famous paleontologists and measure themselves against life-size bones, teeth and claws.
[…] simply love the illustrative style of James Gilleard, so expressive and colorful, while looking thoroughly modern and distinctive. His earlier […]
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