Barnum Brown

Barnum Brown

Dinosaur Hunter

Book - 2006
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Determined to grow up to be a hunter of dinosaur fossils, Barnum Brown gets an assignment by the American Museum of Natural History and soon is exploring the Badlands of Montana and Canada where he makes the discovery of a lifetime--the very first Tyrannosaurus rex.

McMillan Palgrave

Barnum Brown had one ambition as a child: to grow up to be a great dinosaur hunter. And that's just what he did when he was hired by the American Natural History Museum—working to build their astounding collection.
Barnum had a knack for finding dinosaur bones, a skill that rivaled the paleontologists before him. His most amazing discovery was uncovering the largest carnivore that ever walked the earth: the "tyrant lizard king," Tyrannosaurus Rex!
Dig into the life of the greatest dinosaur hunter of all time with this exciting biography of Barnum Brown—the best noses in the business for sniffing out dinosaur bones.

Publisher: New York : Walker & Co., 2006
ISBN: 9780802796035
Branch Call Number: 92 B8123s 2006 CHILD
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 31 cm


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