BONES, BONES, DINOSAUR BONES
(The trumpet Club, Inc, Aug. 16, 1991)
Bones. Bones. We look for bones. We look for the bones of dinosaurs. Six small paleontologists search for bones. When they find them, they dig them up, wrap them, and load them on a truck, bound for the natural history museum. There, the skeleton of a Tyrannosaurus Rex is reassembled, bone by bone. In bright, bold, exuberant pictures, with a text that is just right for reading or chanting aloud, Byron Barton looks at just what happens to the bones left behind by dinosaurs of long, long ago.