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Ancient Animals: Plesiosaur

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Ninety million years ago, giant dinosaurs roamed the earth, pterosaurs flew through the air, and giant reptiles and fish hunted in the oceans. The area that is now Kansas was covered by water and one of its inhabi-tants was the plesiosaur--a reptile with an extremely long neck and a huge body.

This early reader about the ancient plesiosaur brings the prehistoric world of this
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published July 18th 2017 by Charlesbridge Publishing
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Thomson, Sarah Plesiosaur (Ancient Animals) 32 pgs. Charlesbridge, 2017. $13.

With text like an level 2 or 3 early reader, this book features basic information about the Plesiosaur. The text starts in a story format and moves to more factual. There are quite a few compare/contrast. Accompanied by dark underwater illustrations.

I thought this book would be confusing for young readers and too babyish for older readers. Because it is sort of an early reader format, there is simple text on one page
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