Strange and monstrous bones for your classroom! Author & Illustrator Michael Dooling brings fossil hunter William Foulke's quest for strange and monstrous bones to life. In 1858, Foulke unearthed the first almost complete dinosaur skeleton ever found, proving what dinosaurs looked like and that they really once existed. Foulke changed paleontology from a gentlemen's hobby to a mainstream science.
"Here are strange marls, the relics of infinite animal life, into which has sunk the lizard of the dragon of antiquity--the gigantic Hadrosaurus...." -Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science, 1873
"This is a great addition for any library or classroom!" -Ruth Teacher
"Michael's stories are a blend of meticulously researched history, grand adventure, lovely art, and just plain cool subject matter--regardless of the reader's gender. Perfect for the reluctant reader, budding scholar, and every kid in between." -Grace Burrowes, JD, MA, child advocate, New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author