Saturday, December 21, 2013

0 Walking With Dinosaurs

A few years ago, my son was heavy into dinosaurs and that's when we got hooked on BBC's Walking With Dinosaurs. We watched the DVD at least fifty times. It was incredibly crafted. The graphics were so life-like, it was as if a television crew were really filming live dinosaurs. Then we bought tickets to Walking With Dinosaurs live. If you ever get the chance to go, you should! It was really cool. Now a new Walking With Dinosaurs 3D will be in theaters December 20. Here's the trailer:





In the television series, the dinos don't talk. Honestly, I'm not sure how I feel about that. However I think it will still be cool to watch. To go along with the movie, Harper Collins has come out with companion books. 


The Walking with Dinosaurs Encyclopedia is filled with facts about the dinosaurs from the movie as well as facts about the world the dinosaurs inhabited and theories about their rise and fall. With full-color images from the film and photos of paleontologists at work, this encyclopedia is a must-have item for Walking with Dinosaurs fans.










Walk with the dinosaurs in this storybook with stickers, based on the motion picture. It's time for the Pachyrhino herd to move from their summer home to the winter ground. As the migration begins, three young  Pachyrhinos--Patchi, Scowler, and Juniper--discover great wonders and terrible dangers when they're separated from their families along the way. Will these three friends survive the journey, and find their way home?











Walk with the dinosaurs in this Level 2 I Can Read book based on the motion picture. In this story, Patchi meets Juniper and knows he's finally found a friend. There's only one problem: She's in a different herd. I Can Read books are designed to encourage a love of reading. Walking with Dinosaurs: Friends Stick Together is a Level Two I Can Read book, geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help.









They have books for all ages! Fans of dinosaurs will love them as will the parents. This is such a great series that you don't want to miss!  


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