Published November 1, 1999
by Cartwheel .
Written in English
|Contributions||Portia Sloan (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
This is an excellent book for younger readers, third-sixth grades, that tells the story of Sue, a T-Rex, whose nearly complete skeleton was found in South Dakota. How "she" got the name Sue, preservation of the skeleton, and her aquisition by the Field Museum makes for a fascinating tale. Many photos add to the fun of this › Books › Children's Books › Animals. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. A dinosaur named Sue Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This :// SUE, the most complete T. rex fossil ever found, is an amazing discovery, both educationally AND on basis of interest, and children should definitely read all they can about this dinosaur. This book approaches SUE on the level of a 3rd grader, yet the language and subject matter are intelligient enough for a parent to find interesting--maybe A Dinosaur Named Sue Book Information. Title: A Dinosaur Named Sue. Author: Robinson, Fay. Isbn: Follows the amazing story of Sue, the largest and most complete T-Rex fossil ever found, from her discovery in the Badlands of South Dakota in to the exciting restoration work leading up to her Spring public
A Dinosaur Named Sue This nonfiction book will interest kids eager to learn about the study of dinosaurs. It was written by Pat Relf, with the Sue Science Team of Chicago's Field Museum, and covers the discovery of a nearly complete Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton, its removal, and transport to the Museum for study and :// No, we don’t know her last name, but Sue, the world’s favorite T. rex, lives right here in Chicago. And now the folks at the Field Museum of Natural History have written a page illustrated paperback devoted to Sue’s discovery and preservation. A Dinosaur Named Sue--the find of the century is a Scholastic Reader, level 4. (“First chapter books for advanced beginners.”) She is massive. She is astounding. She is the most complete T. rex skeleton known to man. Her name is Sue, and she is, without a doubt, the archaeological find of this hed on a routine dig one hot summer day in , Dinosaur Sue has captured imaginations the world :// She is massive. She is astounding. She is the most complete T. rex skeleton known to man. Her name is SUE, and she is, without a doubt, the archaeological find of this century. Unearthed on a routine dig one hot summer day in , Dinosaur SUE has captured imaginations the world over. Now the complete account of her incredible tale is brought together for young readers — from her discovery
Life sure wasn’t easy for a dinosaur named revealed by the skeleton, excavated in by the paleontologist Peter Larson and his team from the Black Hills Institute for Geological Buy Dinosaur Named Sue: The World's Most Complete T. Rex by Relf, Pat, Sue Science Team of the Field Museum, Relf, Patricia (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible › Children's Books › Literature & Fiction › Animals. SUE’s actual gender is unknown; this T. rex is named for Sue Hendrickson, who discovered the dinosaur in during a commercial excavation trip north of Faith, South Dakota. Hendrickson spotted a few large vertebrae jutting out of an eroded bluff and followed her hunch that there were more beneath the :// "Sue" is the nickname given to FMNH PR , the largest, most complete and best preserved Tyrannosaurus rex fossil ever found. Sue was discovered in the summer of by Sue Hendrickson, a paleontologist, and was named after contacted the Black Hills Institute, whose staff retrieved and prepared the ://(dinosaur).