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The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs
The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs: A New History of a Lost World | Steve Brusatte
For fans of Sapiens, Your Inner Fish, The Sixth Extinction, and I Contain Multitudes, a sweeping narrative scientific history—the only one of its kind—that tells the epic story of the dinosaurs, examining their origins, their habitats, their extinction, and their living legacy, from one of the most accomplished young paleontologists in the world today. In this ambitious and engrossing narrative history that spans nearly 200 million years, Stephen Brusatte, a young American paleontologist who has emerged as one of the foremost stars of the field—discovering ten new species and leading groundbreaking scientific studies—tells the complete story of the life and death of the dinosaurs. Brusatte follows these magnificent creatures from the Early Triassic period at the start of their evolution, roughly 250 million years ago, through the Jurassic period to the end of the Cretaceous period (66 million years ago), when a giant meteor struck the earth and all non-bird species went extinct. Brusatte traces their evolution from small shadow dwellers—themselves the beneficiaries of a mass extinction caused by volcanic eruptions at the beginning of the Triassic period—into the long-necked, armored carnivores we are familiar with today. This gifted scientist and writer re-creates the dinosaurs’ heyday, when thousands of species—including fearsome predators such as Tyrannosaurus rex—thrived, and winged and feathered dinosaurs, the prehistoric ancestors of more than 10,000 modern bird species, emerged. Brusatte recalls compelling stories from his decade-long journey studying these legendary beasts during one of the most exciting eras in dinosaur research, and offers thrilling accounts of some of the remarkable discoveries he has made, including primitive human-sized tyrannosaurs, monstrous carnivores even larger than T. rex, and raptor dinosaurs from China. An electrifying scientific history and biography that unearths the dinosaurs’ epic saga, The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs will be the definitive narrative history of the subject for years to come.
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TobeyTheScavengerMonk
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Here‘s my Father‘s Day gift from my wonderful wife and kiddos!

Plus the Appa Funko I splurged on.

saresmoore Awesome. Especially Appa. 1w
saresmoore Oh and happy father‘s day! 1w
TobeyTheScavengerMonk @saresmoore Thanks very much! 1w
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Michollio
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An interesting book that talks about the time just before to just after the dinosaurs. Brusatte does a great job of conveying scientific knowledge in an understandable way and has a tendency to take a bit of artistic license. He's also good at explaining what is fact and what are knowledgeable guesses and how they got there. I learned a lot of fascinating info about the dinosaurs, other creatures they lived alongside, and the planet.

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mklong
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I never outgrew my childish fascination with dinosaurs, so I was always going to love this one. I've seen some criticism of Brusatte's personal and anecdotal style, but that didn't bother me at all. It takes the tone of someone geeking out over something he loves and is super excited to have found an audience who wants to hear all about it. I found it endearing.

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JulieB
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Reading outside weather is finally here! 😁

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Berryfan
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Brilliant, absolutely brilliant! Informative, enlightening, and eminently readable. If you have the slightest passing interest in dinosaurs, READ THIS BOOK! It is a very very accessible masterpiece

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Eyelit
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Squee! Some happy #bookmail today - my #goodreadsgiveaway arrived! Looking forward to this one 🦕📚💙

TobeyTheScavengerMonk Ooooo, I got this as the Audible Daily Deal the other day. It looks so cool! 1mo
Geeklet It‘s such a good book! Congrats on the giveaway. 1mo
Hooked_on_books It‘s really good! I‘m envious of your win. 🤗 1mo
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LitLogophile I loved this book! 1mo
teainthelibrary I‘m obsessed with this book - it‘s super good!! 1mo
CoverToCoverGirl Soooo want that book! Lucky you! 1mo
Weaponxgirl Loved this book too! 1mo
Eyelit @Geeklet @Hooked_on_books @LitLogophile @teainthelibrary @Weaponxgirl so glad that so many of y‘all liked it... makes me that much more excited to read!! 1mo
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Bklover
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1. Tagged book. Just started but enjoying it so far
2 Abandon by Blake Crouch
3. Bluebells and Asters.
#weekendreads

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Eyelit
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Hells to the yeah! I won a Goodreads Giveaway! I‘m pretty dang excited about this one 😃
#allthedinosaurs #goodreadsgiveaway

dariazeoli Nice! 🤘 2mo
vumblereads Wow at least I know someone actually wins these things 😂 2mo
Eyelit @vumblereads I feel the same way when I see people post about winning a Goodreads giveaway! This is the second time I‘ve won something and I‘ve been entering ever since they started doing giveaways 🤣 2mo
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vumblereads I haven‘t won anything yet 😂 I won‘t give up! 2mo
teainthelibrary It‘s an amazing book! And the author is great too - he replied to my tweet and offered to meet up if he was in my area 😍 enjoy! 2mo
Eyelit @teainthelibrary that‘s awesome! 2mo
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laurenslibrary
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1. This is Cinnamon looking at my phone with me before bed a few nights ago. 😸
2. I just started The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs last night and I'm hooked! 🦖🦕
3. Farmers market, walk in the park, catching up on #litsylove, reading, hanging out. Nothing major. 🤓
4. 61F/16C and rainy 🌧
5. Maybe pizza? I never plan on Fridays. 🍕

#friyayintro @howjessreads

rretzler 😻 2mo
Crazeedi Your kitty is precious! I got your note and will be responding soon!! Have a good weekend, dont go downtown, the marathon is happening! Lol 2mo
Geeklet That is such a good book! It was my favorite nonfiction book of 2018. 2mo
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DyAnne
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No, I haven‘t finished the nonfiction book I‘ve been reading forever, but, but, but dinosaurs! 🦖🦕 I can read this, too!

vumblereads I can totally relate 😂 2mo
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TCLinrow
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Oh hell yes! This is what I like to read!
It's non-fiction but it's not dry. It constantly demands your attention, leading you through the alien world of the Dinosaurs and the scientists that discover and study them, mystifying and educating in equal parts. This book was pretty much all I hoped it would be, and maybe even a little more. So much love for this book 🦕❤🧡💛🦖
#TBRChallenge #NonFiction #Non-fiction #Dinosaurs

Moony Oh I love dinosaurs, too. Is the English difficult? (I don't forget your letter and I hope I have time to answer you, soon.) 2mo
TCLinrow @Moony I didn't find it too bad; there were quite a lot of sciency words but they made sense because it was normally explained straight after. It was definitely written for people that like dinosaurs but didn't study them 😊 I was just thinking I would write you another letter to catch up ☺ looking forwards to hearing from you! 2mo
Catt I love this book and I got the audiobook, too. Such a fun read. Has science if you‘re sciencey but you can gloss over it if you‘re not. It‘s got lots of fun characters (historical and current), lots of stories you‘d want to hear at a dinner party, and some drama. Perfect #LiteraryNonfiction — LNF is my jam! (edited) 2mo
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wtimblin
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Set to be a lovely and sunny Easter weekend in Manchester. Bit of gardening, BBQ and lots of reading and tea!

Geeklet I really enjoyed that book. The author has a fun style of writing. Also, dinosaurs go great with bbq! 2mo
Weaponxgirl I loved this book! A child I worked with was not happy when I told him some dinosaurs had feathers in a conversation we had. He just shouted no at me until I took it back 😆 2mo
wtimblin @Weaponxgirl my 9-year old son was the same. He refused to believe that T-Rex may have had feathers, and stuck his fingers in his ears and walked off when I tried to explain! 2mo
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Weaponxgirl @wtimblin 😂 that‘s some great imagery right there. I love that look kids get when they are just thinking adults are talking rubbish again and I‘m not gonna pay any attention To it at all. I will admit being a child of Jurassic park era that at first I was slightly disappointed by the idea but now knowing that the feathered monster hunted in packs I am fully on board with just how terrifying it is. 2mo
wtimblin @Weaponxgirl I totally agree. I think I geathers make it even more horrifying! 2mo
wtimblin Feathers as well! 2mo
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BookishTrish
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Sometimes your cuddly tarantula matches your book

Stacypatrice I love it - “cuddly tarantula.” 3mo
BookishTrish @Stacypatrice In the past I‘ve tended toward arachnophobia. My kids believe in exposing their mother to her fears. I‘m quite fond of her now. 3mo
mreads Pretty colors 🕷 3mo
EricaReads Ooh I just finished that book! So good! And there was just a major dinosaur fossil discovery here in China last week too! https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/world-asia-china-47667880 3mo
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Oblomov26
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Sunday morning brunch and a visit to a suburban bookstore;it was inevitable I would buy something and this looks fascinating to the ten old in me who was a dinosaur junky

EricaReads It‘s so good! I just finished it 😊 3mo
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NicoleCeBallos
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This was an amazing book!! I learned so much from this book. Did you know T-Rex were feathered and hunted in packs? Ptredocytals are not dinosaurs? Mainly I learned I should have stayed with my childhood dream of being a paleontologist.

#dinosaurs #bookstagram #bookrecommendation #paleontology #SteveBrusatte

Crazeedi Looks like a very interesting read! 3mo
NicoleCeBallos @Crazeedi it was very interesting! I learned a lot. 3mo
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TCLinrow
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1) Tagged 📘 A Throne for Sisters 📙 Smoke and Summons 📗 The House Of Shattered Wings 📓 The Diabolic
2) How to Train Your Dragon 3 🐲
3) Tea 🍵
#WeekendReads @rachelsbrittain

RamsFan1963 @TCLinrow How are you liking The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs? I thought it was fantastic. 3mo
TCLinrow @RamsFan1963 I love it! I wish I had more time to read it but I don't want to rush through it either 🤔 I just love the way he paints a world with his words while giving the facts. I have a couple of hours tomorrow and I'm planning on getting another couple if chapters in 😊 3mo
ssravp 1. Star Wars: Queen‘s Shadow
2. Captain Marvel
3. Coffee
3mo
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TCLinrow
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📓Tagged, Cinder (1hour left but I'm not ready!😅), The House Of Shattered Wings, Saga Vol. 1 and I'm going to start The Extinction Trials later 📚
📘The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde... good I suppose but not a fan
📙Night! 🌠🌜
#WeekendReads @rachelsbrittain

akckitty Enjoy Saga!!!! Its an exceptional graphic novel! 3mo
TCLinrow @akckitty it's amazing! I read the first 10 chapters without coming up for air 😅 I was totally hooked! Hoping I might get chance to finish it tonight or tomorrow morning 😊 3mo
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CaitZ
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Paczki day means a late breakfast and reading

monalyisha I‘m jelly! 4mo
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TCLinrow
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Got a busy couple of weeks lines up, and a TBR that's growing exponentially, so I figured I'd try to focus my reading for a bit and try to knock a few titles off my TBR 😊 Some of these books I've started and never finished and some will be completely new to me, but I've tried to avoid rereads. Let's see how fast I can clear the board 😎
#ReadingChallenge #TBR #TBRChallenge ❤🧡💛

Sarahreadstoomuch Great idea! 4mo
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Geeklet
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1) Nonfiction in general.
2) Tagged. This was my favorite nonfiction of last year. I don‘t know if dinosaurs count but they are awesome. If that doesn‘t count, let‘s go with The Indifferent Stars Above.
3) Algebra II because the teacher was a real jerk.
4) I‘m normally an ancient history kind of girl but I‘ve been digging the 1800‘s era sailing stories lately.
5) Eh, I‘m doing this a day late. 😰 But it looked fun!
@SailorMoon #Frideas

SailorMoon Thanks for playing!!! 💕🤟🏻🌙 4mo
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TCLinrow
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'We may have been peering at some rocks in an overgrown quarry, but what we were really looking at was a revolution. Rocks record history; they tell stories of deep ancient pasts long before humans walked the Earth. And the narrative in front of us, written in stone, was a shocker. That switch in the rocks, detectable perhaps only to the overtrained eyes of a scientist, documents one of the most dramatic moments in Earth history...👇

TCLinrow ... A brief instance when the world changed, a turning point that happened some 252 million years ago, before us, before woolly mammoths, before the dinosaurs, but one that still reverberates today.' 4mo
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TCLinrow
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🦕So the over-excited, dinosaur obsessed 10 year old in me would not let me leave the shop without this... I know what I'm reading tonight 🦖
❤🧡💛

Weaponxgirl I loved this and I‘m sure I would have adored it as a kid 4mo
TCLinrow @Weaponxgirl I'm loving it so far! I love the way he describes the events and what the world might have looked like. Makes it fun to read! I would have been totally obsessed when I was a kid 😅 4mo
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CaitZ
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I've been enjoying the tagged book and learning a lot about dinosaurs, so I thought I'd visit a few today. These are are at the Field Museum in Chicago.

AmberWB I ❤️ that museum!!! 4mo
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sparrowssavvy
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Pickpick

Cannot rave enough about this! An awesome read and so easy to follow! Absolutely loved it!

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krismlars
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I was obsessed with dinosaurs when I was 10ish, and Jurassic Park (the original movie) remains one of my top 5 favorite films🦖🦕. I'm so happy that I've started reading more nonfiction in the past year, I've learned so much!

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nudibranch
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The author built his career on becoming an expert of dinosaur "genealogy," so he probably has one of the clearest ideas of current paleontologists about how they evolved and thrived. Plus he uses plainspeak, so it's like a readable documentary.

TL;DR: If my kids like dinosaurs, (and they better) this will be their bedtime story for a month.

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#nonfiction2019 (something with science) @Riveted_Reader_Melissa

Riveted_Reader_Melissa I love dinosaurs!! 5mo
AnneFindsJoy I definitely want to read this 🦕 🦖 📚🙌 5mo
nudibranch @AnneFindsJoy yeah, it's a super fun read! 5mo
nudibranch @Riveted_Reader_Melissa right??! They're so cool! 5mo
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nudibranch
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Behold...the brain of Tyrannosaurus Rex.

Crazeedi Wow so cool! 5mo
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nudibranch
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Ah-ha! I always wondered how the dinosaurs survived the extinction events. This makes a lot of sense! 🤔

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TheresaGivan
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Today I was fired for the first time ever. I have to say it was not the most pleasant experience. I was unwilling to just go with the flow. I stubbornly had to fight the system and stand up for what I KNOW was/is right. And I ended up upsetting my boss who wouldn‘t even tell me he was upset. Instead he ignored me and then today told me I was insubordinate. Now I have all of the time in the world! Reading recommendations?

Texreader Ugh! So sorry to hear that! 5mo
ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled So sorry, but good for you for standing up for what you know is right 👊 5mo
Bookzombie I‘m so sorry about this. 5mo
TheresaGivan I do appreciate the support! Not a great way to start the new year. However I am proud of myself for standing up for what I believe in. :) 5mo
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nudibranch
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I have been waiting for this book since it came out in early 2018, and it was never at the library, BUT it was half off at Barnes and Noble yesterday, yaaaasss! SO excited to dig into this one! (Pun absolutely intended 😜)

RamsFan1963 I LOVED this book!! One of my top 5 reads of 2018. 6mo
nudibranch @RamsFan1963 awesome! I'm really liking it so far. 6mo
Weaponxgirl I really enjoyed this book last year 🦖 5mo
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erista
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These are my first book purchases of the year. I‘m wanting to read more nonfiction this year. Started the tagged book last night. #bookmail

Lovesbooks87 Columbine was such a powerful and eye opening book. After I read it I read A Mother's Awakening by Sue Klebold. It was by one of the killers mom and I felt it answered some questions that I had about the shooting. I highly recommend it! 6mo
erista @Lovesbooks87 I‘ve been wanting to read Columbine for a long time, but haven‘t had the nerve yet. Now that I own a copy, I hope to read it very soon. I remember hearing about Sue Klebold‘s book. Thanks for the reminder! I‘ll add it to my TBR list. 6mo
Lovesbooks87 @erista it is definitely a tough read. I remember Columbine happening and how I was so afraid that it would happen at my school. The author who wrote the book is coming out with one about Parkland next month. 6mo
erista @Lovesbooks87 I remember it happening too. I was in high school at the time. It will be interesting to learn more true facts about what really happened as opposed to what played out in the media. 6mo
Bklover Columbine is an incredible book!! 6mo
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LitLogophile
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Absolutely incredible🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Brusatte is a passionate paleontologist with a gift for writing. He walks you through the Paleozoic, Mesozoic, and Cenozoic Eras outlining not only the history of dinosaurs but the earth itself and all of its inhabitants. I left with a grasp for how and when the continents got where they are and why life evolved the way it did in respective areas.

It‘s info-packed and fun to read. I would highly recommend 🦕 🦖

DGRachel I bought this last year. Your review makes me want to drop what I‘m currently reading and grab this off my shelf! 6mo
rubyslippersreads This sounds great! ❤️🦖🦕 6mo
MallenNC Hearing the author on NPR made me add this one to my TBR! I‘m considering the audiobook. 6mo
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CorinnaBechko
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Pickpick

Really enjoyed this brisk and engaging survey of our current understanding of dinosaurs. #dinosaur #paleontology #science

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CorinnaBechko
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Really enjoying learning something new about dinosaurs before the year is out.

CoffeeNBooks Welcome to Litsy!! 📚 6mo
CorinnaBechko Thanks! This is great! 6mo
mreads Welcome to litsy 😀 6mo
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Trashcanman Any friend of Harper's is a friend of mine! What's for breakfast? 6mo
Trashcanman @CoffeeNBooks ill bring the coffee! 6mo
Eggbeater Welcome to Litsy! 🐙 6mo
Soubhiville Hey! Welcome! 6mo
julesG Welcome to Litsy! 6mo
CorinnaBechko Thanks so much! So lovely to have found so many readers! 😁 6mo
CorinnaBechko @Trashcanman coffee first! Then... strawberry crepes? 6mo
Theshadedbuffalo Hi!! Welcome to Litsy!! ⭐️📚 6mo
Lcsmcat Welcome to Litsy! 6mo
Trashcanman @CorinnaBechko I'm going to Uber over then after breakfast we can build a fort! 6mo
CorinnaBechko Wonderful! Thanks! 6mo
RaimeyGallant Welcome! 5mo
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erinreads
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Today‘s Christmas #bookhaul. 🎄📚 My family finally listened when I said books are all I want!

Riveted_Reader_Melissa I know! Mine still don‘t get it!😂 6mo
saresmoore Ooh, purty! 6mo
LitLogophile I just got the dinosaur book and I‘m so excited about it! 6mo
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kmartissexy My family doesn‘t catch on either, even when I give everyone books 😂 6mo
BookishMarginalia Lovely! 6mo
Kaye Hi Erin. Just checking in to see if you‘d still like to be included in JB for the coming year ? I‘m updating the list/ new addresses and checking in with everyone. Thank you. ♥️ 6mo
Reviewsbylola 😍😍😍 I want Bibliophile so badly! 6mo
erinreads @kaye Sorry for not replying earlier! I think I‘ll bow out of the group. I‘ve been really bad at replying, so it‘s not fair to the group for me to stay in. Thank you for setting it up in the first place! 💕 6mo
Kaye Thanks for letting me know , Erin. No worries ! I don‘t want people to feel obligated if they don‘t have time or no longer want to take part. Take care and hope to still see you around Litsy ♥️ 6mo
Jee_HookedOnBookz I got bibliophile as a gift too, from my hubby! And I'm planning to start my new year with To Kill a Kingdom from my #newyearwhodis list! 😁 6mo
erinreads @Reviewsbylola It‘s a GORGEOUS book. GET IT. 6mo
erinreads @Jee_HookedOnBookz I love that so many Littens got Bibliophile as a gift! It‘s like our people know us. 😂 I‘m so excited for To Kill a Kingdom too! 6mo
Jee_HookedOnBookz @erinreads that makes the two of us! 😁Can't wait to know your thoughts when you get to it! 😊 6mo
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LitLogophile
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This beautiful book caught my eye because it won this year‘s Goodreads Choice Award for Science & Technology ✨🤓

I read a blurb, decided that I needed it, ordered it & promptly forgot all about it because these few days have been so intense.

I came home from work early today because I wasn‘t feeling well and got this nice little surprise. 😊

readordierachel It's always nice when you can surprise yourself 🙂 6mo
batsy The best surprises! I've got this stacked; sounds like a fascinating read. 6mo
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RamsFan1963
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We all know the names from TV shows and Jurassic Park, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Triceratops, Brontosaurus and Velociraptors, but how about Carcharodontosaurus, Pycnonemosaurus and Pachycephalosaurus? If you can stumble through those names, like I did, you'll find an amazingly engrossing and entertaining book about the evolution, domination and eventual demise of the dinosaurs. 5 💥💥💥💥💥 out of 5. Highly recommended.

CouronneDhiver 👍🏽 7mo
DGRachel Awesome! I bought this one a couple weeks ago. Looking forward to it even more now! 7mo
RavenLovelyReads I think I just found my dad‘s Christmas gift! When my boys were little (er)- I caught him telling them that a T-Rex 🦖 was short for “Texas Rex” 😂😂 Needless to say- he‘s a proud Texan. 🤠 (edited) 7mo
Graywacke Hmm. Maybe I should try this in text format. I tried audio and didn‘t like something, quit after about a half hour. 6mo
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SpookyBoogie
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1. Yay!
2. Sometimes
3. Watch the snow; being in the snow
4. I really like listening to the snow. It makes wondrous sounds

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SpookyBoogie
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Super excited to start this one! #dinosaurs

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teainthelibrary
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I have loved dinosaurs forever. Jurassic Park is one of my favorite movies (and books!), and yet, this book has shown me how little I know! It is super engrossing and interesting and I am LIVING for all the pictures of maps and fossils 🤓

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Chelsie_shot
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Chelsie_shot
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 🙌🏻🙌🏻 8mo
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Graywacke

Tried this new book on dinosaurs in audio - and bailed after about 20 minutes. Info-sparse second-rate prose, not my thing.

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Mskt6891
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Today‘s accidental #bookhaul from New Scientist Live. I should not be left unsupervised with books about! #oops #sciencehaul

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bookishdawg
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Pickpick

Yessss 🦖

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EricaReads
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1. 96
2. 128 (and finish #ATY , #PopSugar and #readharder challenges)
3. So many! Maybe books 2 & 3 of The Themis Files
4. Tagged! My 3 year old is in a dinosaur phase and I‘m joining in!
##2018checkin

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EricaReads
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My 3 year old has recently become dinosaur obsessed (yay! I love dinosaurs!) and I came across this book! Can‘t wait to read it, in 1-3 months... why amazon China? 😭

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Weaponxgirl
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I love science but some books on interesting subjects are so dry. I‘m pleased to say this isn‘t and I love popular science books with an emphasis on readability. It‘s dinosaurs, what‘s not to love really?
I learnt a fair amount of new things and my only complaint would be that at times it had a fair amount of name dropping going on but to be honest I liked hearing about palaeontologists. Some of them sound wild. A fun read if you love dinos.

Reviewsbylola Are there a lot of pictures? Tagging this for my 🦕 🦖 lover @Meredith3 10mo
Meredith3 @Reviewsbylola thanks! This looks awesome! 👌🏻😻 10mo
Weaponxgirl @Reviewsbylola there‘s some but not a huge amount. In some cases I ended u googling the image of the name. Still informative though 10mo
BookswithB This looks good, gotta add it to my tbr. 10mo
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SassyDinoDiva
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My toddler is Dino obsessed, so I guess I better read up to get head of the questions.

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