March of the Dinosaurs is an interactive story book that comes alive in your hands with highly realistic 3D dinosaurs that spin and zoom at the touch of your fingers.
March of the Dinosaurs takes you to the Arctic 70 million years ago. It is a world of extremes: hot summers with 24-hour sunlight are replaced by freezing winters with continuous night. Join Scar, a young Edmontosaurus embarking on his first thousand-mile migration. It is a journey for survival that is fraught with danger; blizzards, volcanic eruptions and deadly predators. Meanwhile Patch, a juvenile Troodon, left alone in the cold North, must learn to survive in one of the harshest environments the Earth has ever known.
Follow the story page by page, either reading at your own pace or with the text dynamically highlighted and spoken by Dr Who actor Kerry Shale. High definition digital animation, specially produced by the team behind the National Geographic special “Escape of the Dinosaurs”, presents dramatic key moments in the story. And detailed fact pages for each of the dinosaur species featured in the story provide scientific background information based on recent fossil evidence blasted out of the ice around the North Pole. You will meet an all-new cast of dinosaurs, from feathered tyrannosaurs to giant marine predators.
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Review & Notes
Based on the 90-minute National Geographic Channel film “Escape of the Dinosaurs”, March Of The Dinosaurs tells the story of a group of dinosaurs travelling south from the Arctic in search of food. In addition to the story, you can explore detail sections about the 10 dinosaurs featured in the story. Each one includes a rotating 3D model of the dinosaur with short animated clips and more information about the creatures. This book is definitely a good introductory to the world of dinosaurs and how they lived.