"However, Arnold has found a topic that hasn't been treated in such detail elsewhere, making it a sure draw, therefore, for confirmed young dino-fans. (museum list, index) (Nonfiction. 9-11)"
Lacing her narrative with deliciously mouth-filling names—Pachyrhinosaurus, Fulgotherum, Saurornitholestes (go ahead, try them out)—Arnold tallies recent fossil discoveries inside or close to the Arctic and Antarctic Circles proving that dinosaurs weren't just tropical animals but could adapt to cold climates and long nights too.
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