(2012)

Published in English (United States) United States
 
Price
17.95 USD; 20.50 CAD
Pages
40
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
The National Geographic Society
Brand
National Geographic
ISBN
978-1-4263-0862-8 Search at WorldCat
Barcode
9781426308628 51795
Editing
Jennifer Emmett
Color
Color covers and interior
Dimensions
8 3/4" w x 10 1/4" h
Paper Stock
Glossy
Binding
Hardcover
Publishing Format
One-Shot

Issue Notes

Design by Hannah Bonner (author/artist), David M. Seager (art director), and Ruthie Thompson.

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 1)

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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
More scorching weather ahead, folks.
Genre
humor; non-fiction; anthropomorphic-funny animals; nature
Characters
Weather announcer
Keywords
Climate; dinosaur; paleontology; prehistoric; Triassic

Indexer Notes

A Triassic beast discusses the climate.

Early Triassic Survivors Tell Us Their Secrets (Table of Contents: 2)

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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Genre
humor; non-fiction; anthropomorphic-funny animals; nature
Characters
television reporter; pleuromeia; fungi; clams; lystosaurus; thrinaxodon; procolophon; bacteria
Keywords
Dinosaur; extinction; paleontology; Permian; prehistoric; Triassic

Indexer Notes

Various flora and fauna report on how they survived the extinction event at the end of the Permian period.

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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Good morning, paleo weather watchers!
Genre
humor; non-fiction; anthropomorphic-funny animals; nature
Characters
Weather reporter
Keywords
Climate; dinosaur; paleontology; prehistoric; Triassic

Indexer Notes

Reporter discusses the changing climate.

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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Dr. Friedrich, I suggest we call this period the layercakean.
Genre
humor; non-fiction; nature
Characters
Paleontologists
Keywords
Geology; paleontology; prehistoric; sedimentary; Triassic

Indexer Notes

Humorous account of coining the name Triassic

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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Tethys Travel
Genre
humor; non-fiction; anthropomorphic-funny animals; nature
Characters
Nothosaur; ticinosuchus
Keywords
Beach; dinosaur; paleontology; prehistoric; Tethys; tourism; Triassic; vacation

Indexer Notes

Travel brochures for the prehistoric Tethys Sea

Marine Madness (Table of Contents: 6)

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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Genre
humor; non-fiction; anthropomorphic-funny animals; nature
Characters
Tanystropheus; nothosaurus; neusticosaurus; placodus
Keywords
Dinosaur; ocean; Triassic

Indexer Notes

Marine reptiles of the Triassic, and their diets

King Therpasid's Court (Table of Contents: 7)

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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Genre
humor; non-fiction; anthropomorphic-funny animals; nature
Characters
King Therapsid; luperosuchus
Keywords
Crocodile; dinosaur; evolution; paleontology; prehistoric; Triassic

Indexer Notes

Transition of top predators

The Court of King Croc (Table of Contents: 8)

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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Genre
humor; non-fiction; anthropomorphic-funny animals; nature
Characters
King Croc; aetosaur
Keywords
Dinosaur; paleontology; prehistoric; Triassic

Indexer Notes

Cartoon on crocodilian archosaurs as the dominant group.

A Dinosaur in the Croc King's Court (Table of Contents: 9)

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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Genre
humor; non-fiction; anthropomorphic-funny animals; nature
Characters
King Croc; herrerasurus
Keywords
Dinosaur; paleontology; prehistoric; Triassic

Indexer Notes

Cartoon on the dawn of true dinosaurs

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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
We Got More Ways to Eat a Forest Than Any Bug That Came Before Us.
Genre
humor; non-fiction; anthropomorphic-funny animals; nature
Characters
Bah Hum Bug rap group
Keywords
Bug; insect; paleontology; prehistoric; rap; Triassic

Indexer Notes

Cartoon and rap about the explosion of insect life.

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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Another possible use for megalancosaurus's tail hook...
Genre
humor; non-fiction; anthropomorphic-funny animals; nature
Characters
magalancosaurus; hypuronector
Keywords
Dinosaur; paleontology; prehistoric; Triassic

Indexer Notes

Humorous look at two oddly-tailed dinosaurs

Coral Coffee Klatch (Table of Contents: 12)

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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Genre
humor; non-fiction; anthropomorphic-funny animals; nature
Characters
corals
Keywords
Coral; coral reef; ocean; paleontology; prehistoric; Triassic

Indexer Notes

Cartoon on formation of first coral reefs

Artistic License (Table of Contents: 13)

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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Genre
humor; non-fiction; anthropomorphic-funny animals; nature
Characters
Hannah Bonner; morganucodon
Keywords
Art; artist; paleontology; prehistoric; Triassic

Indexer Notes

Comic strip about artistic rendering of extinct animals

Queen Dino's Court (Table of Contents: 14)

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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Genre
humor; non-fiction; anthropomorphic-funny animals; nature
Characters
Queen Dino; plateosaurus
Keywords
Dinosaur; paleontology; prehistoric; Triassic

Indexer Notes

Cartoon

The Late Triassic Times.com (Table of Contents: 15)

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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Genre
humor; non-fiction; anthropomorphic-funny animals; nature
Characters
Africa; North America; census taker
Keywords
Pangaea; prehistoric; tectonic; Triassic

Indexer Notes

Mock on-line newspaper highlighting the breakup of Pangaea

Crocodile Tears (Table of Contents: 16)

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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Genre
humor; non-fiction; anthropomorphic-funny animals; nature
Characters
dinosaur; crocodilian
Keywords
Crocodile; dinosaur; extinction; prehistoric; Triassic

Indexer Notes

Cartoon on the End-Triassic Extinction Event

Appendix I: A Time Line of Life on Earth (Table of Contents: 17)

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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Hannah Bonner
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Genre
humor; non-fiction; nature
Characters
Readers; bacteria; multicellular life; dinosaurs
Keywords
Bacteria; dinosaur; geology; paleontology; prehistoric

Indexer Notes

Comic-strip timeline, beginning with the formation of the earth

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Table of Contents
  1. 1. ["More scorching weather ahead, folks."]
  2. 2. Early Triassic Survivors Tell Us Their Secrets
  3. 3. ["Good morning, paleo weather watchers!"]
  4. 4. ["Dr. Friedrich, I suggest we call this period the layercakean."]
  5. 5. ["Tethys Travel"]
  6. 6. Marine Madness
  7. 7. King Therpasid's Court
  8. 8. The Court of King Croc
  9. 9. A Dinosaur in the Croc King's Court
  10. 10. ["We Got More Ways to Eat a Forest Than Any Bug That Came Before Us."]
  11. 11. ["Another possible use for megalancosaurus's tail hook..."]
  12. 12. Coral Coffee Klatch
  13. 13. Artistic License
  14. 14. Queen Dino's Court
  15. 15. The Late Triassic Times.com
  16. 16. Crocodile Tears
  17. 17. Appendix I: A Time Line of Life on Earth
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