"Closed out with a set of context-setting afterwords, a dino-gallery and a map of the modern National Park, it's a tale that doesn't need hype—though the title's two words splashed across and filling an entire opening spread will get young viewers' juices flowing from the get-go. (bibliography) (Picture book/biography. 8-10)"
In Ray's latest and most deceptively understated biography yet, she profiles Earl Douglass, a fossil hunter who made spectacularly good on his patron Andrew Carnegie's instruction to find "something big."
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