About other titles in the series, which to date have sold 65,000 copies:
The Little Book of Woodland Bird Songs
"An excellent home purchase, but it should certainly also be considered by libraries and classrooms that are willing to accept some wildlife sounds. Highly Recommended."
--Canadian Review of Materials
The Little Book of Backyard Bird Songs
"A 'trilling' way to bring natural history into the nursery."
"One of the very few items with a battery that I like for young children."
"The sounds and selected facts may spark an interest in venturing out into the backyard 'wild' to glimpse some of its avian residents."
"The naturalist in me adores this book!"
Rumble! Hiss! Squawk! Thwack! With just the touch of a button, readers can travel back 65 million years and more to find out what these 12 extraordinary creatures sounded like, from the trombone-like call of Parasaurolophus to the low-frequency rumble of T-Rex. Twelve of the most iconic dinosaur species are brilliantly brought to life with amazing images, fascinating facts and the authentic primeval sounds. The dinosaur noises have been reconstructed in collaboration with leading paleontologist Thomas Williamson, and are based on the very latest paleoacoustic research.
The child-friendly book brings the sounds of a long-lost world to life for young dinosaur fans.
The 12 dinosaurs are:
Features include accurate text and 12 realistic illustrations on sturdy pages, authentic sounds, a high-quality sound module allowing for replaceable batteries, and packaging that conforms to required safety standards.
This is a surefire treat for all young dinosaur enthusiasts.
Andrea Pinnington and Caz Buckingham have one main objective -- to inspire the next generation to get out and appreciate the natural world. The wonder of the sound book format is that it allows them to take children and their families to places they may never visit in a wonderfully multi-sensory and immediate way. Caz Buckingham and Andrea Pinnington are the founders of Fine Feather Press, which promotes a love of nature in children from an early age. They live near Farnham, UK.