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|The Doctor Who Dinosaur Book|
|Written by:||Terrance Dicks|
|Publisher:||Target Books, W. H. Allen|
|Release date:||16 December 1976|
|Format:||stapled large format paperback, 64 pages|
Subject matter Edit
- The Doctor and the TARDIS takes the reader on a voyage of discovery.
Contents (double-page spreads) Edit
- The Age of the Dinosaurs
- Allosaurus v Apatosaurus
- Allosaurus v Stegosaurus
- Pterodactylus & Archaeopteryx
- Struthiomimus & Albertosaurus
- Tyrannosaurus Rex
- Fighting Tyrannosaurs
- The End of the Dinosaurs
- An Animal Called Man
- A Dinosaur Montage
Notable features Edit
- This title included a pull-out stapled poster featuring the cover artwork by George Underwood.
- 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".
- Series editor: Fred Newman
- Series Designer: Frank Ainscough
- Cover Artwork and Internal Illustration: George Underwood