"Bones, Bones. We look for bones." In this sequel to Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs, paleontologists spring into action--digging fossils, carefully packing them, taking them to a museum, and assembling them into huge skeletons. The single simply phrased line of large-type text on each page gives younger readers a chance to roll their tongues around words like "Parasaurolophus" and "Thecodontosaurus." As usual, Barton's handsomely designed, brightly colored pages draw the eye as his thick, lined figures work busily away.