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Who Would Win?

Who Would Win?: Tyrannosaurus Rex vs. Velociraptor

Author: Jerry Pallotta; Illustrator: Rob Bolster

  • AGES 8 - 9 
  • Genre Non-Fiction
What would happen if a Tyrannosaurus rex and a Velociraptor met each other? What if they had a fight? Who would win
Don't answer too quickly; think about this:
• A T. rex walked on two legs and used its tail to balance.
• Raptors were about the same size as a third grader.
• Proportionally, a raptor had a larger brain than a T. rex.
In addition to fast facts and a battle prediction, this approachable work engages kids by posing ideas and theories to keep them thinking even after the reading ends.
Series Information: In this innovative science series from favorite nonfiction author Jerry Pallotta, readers will learn about dangerous creatures by asking "Who would win?" Each book is illustrated with full-color pictures and features a pair of animals that rarely, if ever, meet in the wild. Young scientists will love using the book's easy-to-read facts and their own reasoning skills to decide for themselves which creature would be the winner.

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