Dinosaurs with Kids

Dinosaurs for Kids by James Kuether has the Information That Kids Want to Know

Kids are naturally curious about prehistoric creatures. Help young readers discover the fascinating world of prehistoric life with this children’s book that includes an introduction to paleontology and a guide to dinosaurs. Dinosaurs for Kids perfectly balances what we know with what we can imagine.

Dinosaurs for Kids

In Dinosaurs for Kidsacclaimed paleoartist James Kuether shares the information that kids want to know, from the earliest predators to the most famous dinosaurs.

Dinosaurs for Kids starts with an introduction to fossils and an explanation of what makes an animal a “dinosaur.” Next, it guides readers through the history of plant and animal life in the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods.

The book further discusses types of dinosaurs and how they lived. In the field guide section, 150 species are organized by type. James’s incredibly lifelike paleoart (digital reconstructions of extinct animals) portrays the dinosaurs as they may have appeared, and his text offers glimpses into their amazing lives based on the latest information in dinosaur science.

Inside, readers will find:

  • Beginner’s guide to the Mesozoic Era
  • The basics of paleontology and the history of life on Earth
  • Identification section to 150 dinosaurs and non-dinosaurs
Dinosaurs with Kids

Of course, no amount of research can tell us how dinosaurs behaved or interacted with their environments. For that, we need to get creative. Dinosaurs for Kids will be available as of March 12th; pre-order your copy now!

Dinosaurs with Kids

About the Author: James Kuether has been a corporate executive, a consultant for Fortune 500 companies, and an executive coach. He is a professional artist whose paintings and photographs hang in galleries and private collections around the globe. He is an amateur fossil hunter and a lifelong dinosaur enthusiast. His paleoart has appeared online and is frequently featured in Prehistoric Times magazine. James divides his time between his home in Minnesota and consulting with nonprofit organizations in Southeast Asia.

Dinosaurs with Kids

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