A Date With a Dinosaur

I already announced the big news via Twitter and Facebook earlier this week, but, in case you missed it, I am proud to say that my next book has been picked up by Scientific American Books/FSG! It is called A Date With a Dinosaur, and this book is going to be a bit more personal than Written in Stone.

Dinosaurs are not just objects of scientific curiosity. Technical papers report on new findings about their biology, and their skeletons are arrayed in the petrified trophy halls of museums, but dinosaurs are also deeply embedded in the public imagination. The image of dinosaurs we first encounter during childhood

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