Item Detail

Item Number 6546
Title Day Of The Dinosaur, The
Author Man, John
Condition VG+/VG+
Publisher Bison Books Limited
Place Published London
Date Published 1978
Edition
Binding Hardcover
Notes Here is the dramatic story of the 140 millon-year reign and sudden demise of the largest animals ever to walk the face of the earth, including new theories which suggest that the dinosaur was actually a fast-moving, warm-blooded animal, superbly engineering to support its own weight -- from dust jacket. The book includes over 200 illustration s, over 60 of them in full color. The book is bound in light green cloth with black printing on the spine. It is clean and tight; a couple of tiny spots on the lower front and a pinhole in the cloth binding; light soil on lower edges and upper page edges. The dust jacket is bright and clean with light edgewear/chipping and some very small edge tears that are internally mended. A nice, colorful, clean copy! ; B&W & Color Illustrations; 12 1/4" x 9 1/4"; 189 pages
LoC or ISBN 0525703640
Keyword(s) John Man,Animals,Reptiles,Dinosaurs,Dinosauria,History,Ancient History
Category(ies) Animals Insects Birds Reptiles,Anthropology Archaeology Earth Sciences,History Travel Exploration Places,Misc. & Collectible Non-Fiction
Price $12.50