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The Doctor Who Dinosaur Book
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Written by: Terrance Dicks
Publisher: Target Books, W. H. Allen
Release date: 16 December 1976
Format: stapled large format paperback, 64 pages
ISBN 0-426-11842-1
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The Doctor Who Dinosaur Book was an activity book published by Target Books and W. H. Allen.

Subject matter Edit

  • The Doctor and the TARDIS takes the reader on a voyage of discovery.

Contents (double-page spreads) Edit

Introduction
The Age of the Dinosaurs
Coelophysis
Apatosaurus
Allosaurus
Allosaurus v Apatosaurus
Allosaurus v Stegosaurus
Pterodactylus & Archaeopteryx
Iguanadon
Ankylosaurus
Anatosaurus
Protoceratops
Struthiomimus & Albertosaurus
Pteranodon
Plesiosaurus
Ichthosaurus
Polacanthus
Diplodocus
Tyrannosaurus Rex
Fighting Tyrannosaurs
Brachiosaurus
Compsognathus
Triceratops
The End of the Dinosaurs
Megatherium
An Animal Called Man
Smilodon
Mastodon
A Dinosaur Montage
Goodbye.

Notable features Edit

  • This title included a pull-out stapled poster featuring the cover artwork by George Underwood.

Notes Edit

  • Following the success of The Doctor Who Dinosaur Book a range of educational books (Doctor Who Discovers), following a similar format, was launched in February 1977.
  • This title had a print run of 75,000 copies and was priced 75p (UK).
  • Terrance Dicks is not credited as the writer on the cover, but is inside.
  • The book opens with a letter signed "The Doctor".

Credits Edit


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