Celebrate Dinosaur Day with these great eBooks
Who doesn’t love dinosaurs? There are some great eBooks available to celebrate Dinosaur Day and you can even try our mini-quiz.
The Digital Library is full of great books to help you celebrate National Dinosaur Day at home. Whether you want fiction or non-fiction there are all kinds of dinosaur stories waiting to be told, after all, who doesn’t love dinosaurs?
In fact, we’ve even put together a quick quiz for you to celebrate! Dinosaurs have some very interesting names we all know the classics like the T-Rex, Velociraptor, Triceratops, and Stegosaurus. But what are the meanings behind these names?
Well, that is what our quiz aims to help you discover. Below we’ve listed some dinosaur names and resources on the Digital Library where you can find the answers. But for the hardest question, you’ll need to use the World Book Online service too.
World Book Online will give you access to thousands of informational articles, illustrations, videos, interactive maps, research aids, and more. It’s the perfect resource for hunting down the meaning behind these dinosaur names.
(So You Think You Know About Velociraptor by Ben Garrod)
(So You Think You Know About Stegosaurus by Ben Garrod)
(So You Think You Know About Triceratops by Ben Garrod)
(World Book Online – Kids – Search for Dinosaur)
Be sure to share the answers with us on social media if you find them. But of course, Dinosaur Day isn’t just for children. If you want something a bit more in-depth then The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaur by Steve Brusatte is definitely worth checking out.
Don’t Have A Library Card?
If you want to celebrate Dinosaur Day with some of our amazing eBooks but don’t have a library card don’t worry. You can join the library online and once you’ve joined you’ll be emailed your library card number and pin which you can then use to access the Digital Library.
Written by The Library Team
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