Dinosaurs EverywhereSarah Sheppard, illustrated by Sarah Sheppard
Welcome to the end of the Cretaceous period.
A wonderful age if you are a dinosaur, not so wonderful if you are a mammal. Mammals during this period are small, dinosaurs are gigantic, and they are everywhere. They occupy vast areas of the Earth, eat all the food and their deadly dung piles are huge.
In Dinosaurs Everywhere we follow the mammal Zalambdalestes, a small rat-like animal that lived at the same time as the dinosaurs, and courageously tried to survive each day without being eaten or trampled on. What will happen, will the creature survive? Yes, it will. After the age of dinosaurs, the age of mammals begins with mammoths, sabre-toothed tigers and eventually humans. Thank you rats!
Sarah Sheppard’s fact books are in a class of their own. With sound research and finely-tuned humour, her entertaining and exciting books have been loved by tens of thousands of readers of all ages and in many countries. From dinosaurs and important maps to sharks and adventurous journeys, time and again she has taken us on adventures around the world.