STL Science Center

STL Science Center

05 August 2012

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As with many of our lesser known dinosaurs, Indosuchus has not really been highlighted in the market of youth knowledge, or sales for that matter. There is a book called Stone Eggs about two young Indian children who discover some strange stones in their grandmother's back yard and then presents some facts about Indian dinosaurs, Indosuchus included. The above link is a very short review of the plot of the book, and it can be purchased at the Tulika Books site; Helen Rundgren, the author, seems to write a lot of kid's books about anything, and most are in Swedish. In the area of education online, there is only the simplified Natural History Museum's Dino Directory available that is kid friendly. It's also the only place that we find anything resembling a coloring page today.

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