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“What are the best books about Dinosaurs and Paleontology?” We looked at 365 of the top Dino and Paleontology books (fiction and nonfiction), aggregating and ranking them so we could answer that very question!

With enugh books to read one a day for an entire year, there is bound to be something below for any age or interest level relating to Dinosaurs and Paleontology. The top 22 titles, all appearing on 3 or more seperate “Best Dinosaur” book lists, are ranked below with images, descriptions, and links. The remaingin 300+ books, as well as the articles we used, are listed alphabetically at the bottom of the page.

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Top 22 Paleontology & Dinosaur Books



22 .) Digging Dinosaurs: The Search That Unraveled the Mystery of Baby Dinosaurs by John R. Horner

Digging Dinosaurs- The Search That Unraveled the Mystery of Baby Dinosaurs by John R. Horner, James Gorman

Lists It Appears On:

  • Nation Geographic
  • Goodreads
  • Goodreads 2

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21 .) Dinosaur Art: The World’s Greatest Paleoart by Steve White

Lists It Appears On:

  • Nation Geographic
  • Goodreads
  • Waterstones

“A paleoartist is an illustrator who specialises in the science and art of reconstructing ancient animals and their world.

In Dinosaur Art, ten of the top contemporary paleoartists reveal a selection of their work and exclusively discuss their working methods and distinct styles.

Filled with breathtaking artwork – some never before seen – and cutting edge paleontology, this is a treasure trove for dinosaur enthusiasts, art lovers and budding illustrators.”

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20 .) Flying Dinosaurs: How Fearsome Reptiles Became Birds by John Pickrell

Lists It Appears On:

  • Waterstones
  • Goodreads
  • Goodreads 2

“The discovery of stunning, feathered dinosaur fossils coming out of China since 2006 suggest that these creatures were much more bird-like than paleontologists previously imagined. Further evidence―bones, genetics, eggs, behavior, and more―has shown a seamless transition from fleet-footed carnivores to the ancestors of modern birds.

Mixing colorful portraits with news on the latest fossil findings and interviews with leading paleontologists in the United States, China, Europe, and Australia, John Pickrell explains and details dinosaurs’ development of flight. This special capacity introduced a whole new range of abilities for the animals and helped them survive a mass extinction, when thousands of other dinosaur species that once populated the Earth did not. Pickrell also turns his journalistic eye toward the stories behind the latest discoveries, investigating the role of the Chinese black market in trading fossils, the controversies among various dinosaur hunters, the interference of national governments intent on protecting scientific information, and the race to publish findings first that make this research such a dynamic area of science.”

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19 .) How to Build a Dinosaur: Extinction Doesn’t Have to Be Forever by Jack Horner

Lists It Appears On:

  • Barnes & Noble
  • Goodreads
  • Goodreads 2

In movies, in novels, in comic strips, and on television, we’ve all seen dinosaurs-or at least somebody’s educated guess of what they would look like. But what if it were possible to build, or grow, a real dinosaur without finding ancient DNA? Jack Horner, the scientist who advised Steven Spielberg on the blockbuster film Jurassic Park and a pioneer in bringing paleontology into the twenty-first century, teams up with the editor of the New York Times’s Science Times section to reveal exactly what’s in store. In the 1980s, Horner began using CAT scans to look inside fossilized dinosaur eggs, and he and his colleagues have been delving deeper ever since. At North Carolina State University, Mary Schweitzer has extracted fossil molecules-proteins that survived 68 million years-from a Tyrannosaurus rex fossil excavated by Horner. These proteins show that T. rex and the modern chicken are kissing cousins. At McGill University, Hans Larsson is manipulating a chicken embryo to awaken the dinosaur within-starting by getting it to grow a tail and eventually prompting it to grow the forelimbs of a dinosaur. All of this is happening without changing a single gene. This incredible research is leading to discoveries and applications so profound they’re scary in the power they confer on humanity. How to Build a Dinosaur is a tour of the hot rocky deserts and air-conditioned laboratories at the forefront of this scientific revolution.

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18 .) Raptor Red by Robert T. Bakker

Lists It Appears On:

  • I Know Dino
  • Prehistoric Pulp
  • Goodreads 2

“A pair of fierce but beautiful eyes look out from the undergrowth of conifers. She is an intelligent killer…

So begins one of the most extraordinary novels you will ever read. The time is 120 million years ago, the place is the plains of prehistoric Utah, and the eyes belong to an unforgettable heroine. Her name is Raptor Red, and she is a female Raptor dinosaur.

Painting a rich and colorful picture of a lush prehistoric world, leading paleontologist Robert T. Bakker tells his story from within Raptor Red’s extraordinary mind, dramatizing his revolutionary theories in this exciting tale. From a tragic loss to the fierce struggle for survival to a daring migration to the Pacific Ocean to escape a deadly new predator, Raptor Red combines fact an fiction to capture for the first time the thoughts, emotions, and behaviors of the most magnificent, enigmatic creatures ever to walk the face of the earth.”

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17 .) The Bonehunters’ Revenge: Dinosaurs, Greed, and the Greatest Scientific Feud of the Gilded Age by David Rains Wallace

Lists It Appears On:

  • Goodreads
  • Goodreads 2
  • Nation Geographic

When dinosaur fossils were first discovered in the Wild West, they sparked one of the greatest scientific battles in American history. Over the past century it’s been known by many names — the Bone War, the Fossil Feud — but the tragic story of the conflict between two leading paleontologists of the Gilded Age remains a prophetic tale of the conquest of the West, as well as a watershed event in science. Edward Drinker Cope was a Philadelphia Quaker from a wealthy family, an old-fashioned naturalist in the Jeffersonian tradition. Othniel Charles Marsh, a farm boy who had risen to a Yale professorship, was the model of a modern scientific entrepreneur. Opposites in personality and background as well as in political orientation and scientific beliefs, they fought over fossils as bitterly as other men fought over gold. With Indian wars swirling around them, they conducted their own personal warfare, staking out territories, employing scouts, troops, and spies. When James Gordon Bennett, the sociopathic publisher of the New York Herald, got wind of their feud, he stirred up an inferno that destroyed the lives of both men and scarred the reputations of many others, including John Wesley Powell, the director of the U.S. Geological Survey. In the aftermath, Powell’s environmentally progressive ideas for limiting settlement of the West lost out to his opponents’ laissez-faire boosterism, and the repercussions of the Bone War linger in many of the conflicts that rend the country today.

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16 .) The Dinosauria by David B. Weishampel

Lists It Appears On:

  • Goodreads
  • Waterstones
  • Nation Geographic

“When the The Dinosauria was first published more than a decade ago, it was hailed as “”the best scholarly reference work available on dinosaurs”” and “”an historically unparalleled compendium of information.”” This second, fully revised edition continues in the same vein as the first but encompasses the recent spectacular discoveries that have continued to revolutionize the field. A state-of-the-science view of current world research, the volume includes comprehensive coverage of dinosaur systematics, reproduction, and life history strategies, biogeography, taphonomy, paleoecology, thermoregulation, and extinction. Its internationally renowned authors—forty-four specialists on the various members of the Dinosauria—contribute definitive descriptions and illustrations of these magnificent Mesozoic beasts.

The first section of The Dinosauria begins with the origin of the great clade of these fascinating reptiles, followed by separate coverage of each major dinosaur taxon, including the Mesozoic radiation of birds. The second part of the volume navigates through broad areas of interest. Here we find comprehensive documentation of dinosaur distribution through time and space, discussion of the interface between geology and biology, and the paleoecological inferences that can be made through this link. This new edition will be the benchmark reference for everyone who needs authoritative information on dinosaurs.”

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15 .) The First Fossil Hunters: Paleontology In Greek And Roman Times by Adrienne Mayor

Lists It Appears On:

  • Nation Geographic
  • Goodreads
  • Goodreads 2

“Griffins, Cyclopes, Monsters, and Giants–these fabulous creatures of classical mythology continue to live in the modern imagination through the vivid accounts that have come down to us from the ancient Greeks and Romans. But what if these beings were more than merely fictions? What if monstrous creatures once roamed the earth in the very places where their legends first arose? This is the arresting and original thesis that Adrienne Mayor explores in The First Fossil Hunters. Through careful research and meticulous documentation, she convincingly shows that many of the giants and monsters of myth did have a basis in fact–in the enormous bones of long-extinct species that were once abundant in the lands of the Greeks and Romans.

As Mayor shows, the Greeks and Romans were well aware that a different breed of creatures once inhabited their lands. They frequently encountered the fossilized bones of these primeval beings, and they developed sophisticated concepts to explain the fossil evidence, concepts that were expressed in mythological stories. The legend of the gold-guarding griffin, for example, sprang from tales first told by Scythian gold-miners, who, passing through the Gobi Desert at the foot of the Altai Mountains, encountered the skeletons of Protoceratops and other dinosaurs that littered the ground.”

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14 .) The Great Dinosaur Debate: New Theories Unlocking the Mystery of the Dinosaurs and Their Extinction by Robert T. Bakker

Lists It Appears On:

  • Waterstones
  • Goodreads
  • Goodreads 2

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13 .) The Lost Dinosaurs of Egypt by William Nothdurft

Lists It Appears On:

  • Goodreads
  • Goodreads 2
  • Waterstones

“The date is January 11, 1911. A young German paleontologist, accompanied only by a guide, a cook, four camels, and a couple of camel drivers, reaches the lip of the vast Bahariya Depression after a long trek across the bleak plateau of the western desert of Egypt. The scientist, Ernst Freiherr Stromer von Reichenbach, hopes to find fossil evidence of early mammals. In this, he will be disappointed, for the rocks here will prove to be much older than he thinks. They are nearly a hundred million years old. Stromer is about to learn that he has walked into the age of the dinosaurs.

At the bottom of the Bahariya Depression, Stromer will find the remains of four immense and entirely new dinosaurs, along with dozens of other unique specimens. But there will be reversals—shipments delayed for years by war, fossils shattered in transit, stunning personal and professional setbacks. Then, in a single cataclysmic night, all of his work will be destroyed and Ernst Stromer will slip into history and be forgotten.

The date is January 11, 2000—eighty-nine years to the day after Stromer descended into Bahariya. Another young paleontologist, Ameri-can graduate student Josh Smith, has brought a team of fellow scientists to Egypt to find Stromer’s dinosaur graveyard and resurrect the German pioneer’s legacy. After weeks of digging, often under appalling conditions, they fail utterly at rediscovering any of Stromer’s dinosaur species.

Then, just when they are about to declare defeat, Smith’s team discovers a dinosaur of such staggering immensity that it will stun the world of paleontology and make headlines around the globe.

Masterfully weaving together history, science, and human drama, The Lost Dinosaurs of Egypt is the gripping account of not one but two of the twentieth century’s great expeditions of discovery.”

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12 .) The Lost World by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Lists It Appears On:

  • Prehistoric Pulp
  • Tor
  • The Guardian

The Lost World is a novel released in 1912 by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle concerning an expedition to a plateau in the Amazon basin of South America where prehistoric animals (dinosaurs and other extinct creatures) still survive. The explorers nd themselves in a horrifying predicament when they are isolated on the plateau with seemingly no means of escape. On the plateau they nd dinosaur life in abundance. Strangely enough, they also nd both ape-like and homo-sapien-like men who are coexisting with the dinosaurs. It is the depiction of prehistoric life that is fascinating and brings the book to like.

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11 .) The Tyrannosaur Chronicles: The Biology of the Tyrant Dinosaurs by David Hone

Lists It Appears On:

  • Waterstones
  • Goodreads
  • Goodreads 2

“In the mid-nineteenth century, many dinosaur fossils were found in the United States, especially during the 1870s and 1880s “”Bone Wars.”” Paleontologists Edward Drinker Cope and Othniel Charles Marsh discovered dozens of skeletons, but in 1905, fossil hunter Barnum Brown named the first tyrannosaur known to science–Tyrannosaurus rex.

Tyrannosaurus was an impressive beast; it topped five tons, was more than thirty-five feet (twelve meters) long, and had the largest head and most powerful bite of any land animal, ever. Tyrannosaurs started small, just a couple of yards long, and over the course of 100 million years, evolved into giant meat-slicing bone crushers.

As of 2015, there were nearly 30 described species of tyrannosaur, but during the last decade at least one new species has been identified and named every year, greatly improving what we know about how they lived, fed, bred, and died. THE TYRANNOSAUR CHRONICLES tracks the rise of these dinosaurs, and presents the latest research into their biology, showing off more than just their impressive statistics–tyrannosaurs had feathers, and fought and even ate one another. Indeed, David Hone tells the evolutionary story of the group through their anatomy, ecology, and behavior, exploring how they came to be the dominant terrestrial predators of the Mesozoic–and more recently, one of the great icons of biology.”

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10 .) Tyrannosaurus Rex, the Tyrant King by Peter Larson

Lists It Appears On:

  • Goodreads
  • Thought Co
  • Ebay

With its massive head, enormous jaws, and formidable teeth, Tyrannosaurus rex has long been the young person’s favorite creepy carnivore in the Mesozoic zoo. Nor has T. rex been ignored by the scientific community, as this new collection amply demonstrates. Scientists explore such questions as why T. rex had such small forelimbs; how the dinosaur moved; what bone pathologies tell us about life in the Cretaceous; and whether T. rex was a predator, a scavenger, or both. There are reports on newly discovered skeletons, on variation and sexual dimorphism, and how the big beasts chewed. The methods used by the contributors to unlock the mysteries of T. rex range from “old fashioned” stratigraphy to contemporary computer modeling. Together they yield a wealth of new information about one of the dinosaur world’s most famous carnivores.

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9 .) Dinosaur Odyssey: Fossil Threads in the Web of Life by Scott D. Sampson

Lists It Appears On:

  • Nation Geographic
  • Waterstones
  • Goodreads
  • Goodreads 2

This captivating book, laced with evocative anecdotes from the field, gives the first holistic, up-to-date overview of dinosaurs and their world for a wide audience of readers. Situating these fascinating animals in a broad ecological and evolutionary context, leading dinosaur expert Scott D. Sampson fills us in on the exhilarating discoveries of the past twenty-five years, the most active period in the history of dinosaur paleontology, during which more “new” species were named than in all prior history. With these discoveries—and the most recent controversies—in mind, Sampson reconstructs the odyssey of the dinosaurs from their humble origins on the supercontinent Pangaea, to their reign as the largest animals the planet has ever known, and finally to their abrupt demise. Much more than the story of who ate whom way back when, Dinosaur Odyssey places dinosaurs in an expansive web of relationships with other organisms and demonstrates how they provide a powerful lens through which to observe the entire natural world. Addressing topics such as extinction, global warming, and energy flow, Dinosaur Odyssey finds that the dinosaurs’ story is, in fact, a major chapter in our own story.

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8 .) Dinosaurs by Steve Brusatte and Michael Benton

Lists It Appears On:

  • Five Books
  • Goodreads
  • Waterstones
  • Barnes & Noble

Take a journey through the prehistoric world and trace the evolution of the most astonishing creatures ever to have walked the earth. Over 170 superbly detailed computer-generated illustrations provide a stunning visual catalogue of dinosaurs, bringing the prehistoric world to life like never before. The expert text identifies each species – what they looked like, what they ate, how they lived and died. Packed with the latest research and discoveries, this spectacular title is as unique and impressive as the dinosaurs themselves.

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7 .) Dinosaurs Without Bones: Dinosaur Lives Revealed by their Trace Fossils by Anthony J. Martin

Lists It Appears On:

  • Nation Geographic
  • Goodreads
  • I Know Dino 2
  • Goodreads 2

“What if we woke up one morning all of the dinosaur bones in the world were gone? How would we know these iconic animals had a165-million year history on earth, and had adapted to all land-based environments from pole to pole? What clues would be left to discern not only their presence, but also to learn about their sex lives, raising of young, social lives, combat, and who ate who? What would it take for us to know how fast dinosaurs moved, whether they lived underground, climbed trees, or went for a swim?

Welcome to the world of ichnology, the study of traces and trace fossils―such as tracks, trails, burrows, nests, toothmarks, and other vestiges of behavior―and how through these remarkable clues, we can explore and intuit the rich and complicated lives of dinosaurs. With a unique, detective-like approach, interpreting the forensic clues of these long-extinct animals that leave a much richer legacy than bones, Martin brings the wild world of the Mesozoic to life for the twenty-first century reader.”

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6 .) My Beloved Brontosaurus: On the Road with Old Bones, New Science, and Our Favorite Dinosaurs by Brian Switek

Lists It Appears On:

  • Waterstones
  • Barnes & Noble
  • Goodreads
  • Goodreads 2

“Dinosaurs, with their awe-inspiring size, terrifying claws and teeth, and otherworldly abilities, occupy a sacred place in our childhoods. They loom over museum halls, thunder through movies, and are a fundamental part of our collective imagination. In My Beloved Brontosaurus, the dinosaur fanatic Brian Switek enriches the childlike sense of wonder these amazing creatures instill in us. Investigating the latest discoveries in paleontology, he breathes new life into old bones.
Switek reunites us with these mysterious creatures as he visits desolate excavation sites and hallowed museum vaults, exploring everything from the sex life of Apatosaurus and T. rex’s feather-laden body to just why dinosaurs vanished. (And of course, on his journey, he celebrates the book’s titular hero, “”Brontosaurus””―who suffered a second extinction when we learned he never existed at all―as a symbol of scientific progress.)
With infectious enthusiasm, Switek questions what we’ve long held to be true about these beasts, weaving in stories from his obsession with dinosaurs, which started when he was just knee-high to a Stegosaurus. Endearing, surprising, and essential to our understanding of our own evolution and our place on Earth, My Beloved Brontosaurus is a book that dinosaur fans and anyone interested in scientific progress will cherish for years to come.”

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5 .) Prehistoric Life: The Definitive Visual History of Life on Earth by DK

Lists It Appears On:

  • Thought Co
  • Ebay
  • Goodreads
  • Goodreads 2

With an extensive catalog at its heart, Prehistoric Life profiles hundreds of fascinating species in incredible detail. The story starts in earnest 3.8 billion years ago, with the earliest-known form of life on Earth, a bacteria that still exists today, and journeys through action-packed millennia, charting the appearance of new life forms as well as devastating extinction events. Of course, the ever-popular and endlessly intriguing dinosaurs feature large, but Prehistoric Life gives you the whole picture, and the plants, invertebrates, amphibians, birds, reptiles, and mammals that are the ancestors of today’s species also populate its pages, making this book unprecedented in its coverage of prehistory. Specially commissioned artworks use cutting-edge technology to render species in breathtakingly realistic fashion, with astonishing images of prehistoric remains, such as skeletons and fossils, to complete the story. To put all the evidence in context, the concept of geological time is explored, as is the classification of species and how the evidence for their evolution is preserved and can be deciphered.

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4 .) The Fossil Hunter: Dinosaurs, Evolution, and the Woman Whose Discoveries Changed the World by Shelley Emling

Lists It Appears On:

  • Nation Geographic
  • Waterstones
  • Goodreads
  • Goodreads 2

Mary Anning was only twelve years old when, in 1811, she discovered the first dinosaur skeleton–of an ichthyosaur–while fossil hunting on the cliffs of Lyme Regis, England. Until Mary’s incredible discovery, it was widely believed that animals did not become extinct. The child of a poor family, Mary became a fossil hunter, inspiring the tongue-twister, “She Sells Sea Shells by the Seashore.” She attracted the attention of fossil collectors and eventually the scientific world. Once news of the fossils reached the halls of academia, it became impossible to ignore the truth. Mary’s peculiar finds helped lay the groundwork for Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution, laid out in his On the Origin of Species. Darwin drew on Mary’s fossilized creatures as irrefutable evidence that life in the past was nothing like life in the present.

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3 .) The Princeton Field Guide to Dinosaurs by Gregory S. Paul

Lists It Appears On:

  • Thought Co
  • Ebay
  • Goodreads
  • Goodreads 2

“The best-selling Princeton Field Guide to Dinosaurs remains the must-have book for anyone who loves dinosaurs, from amateur enthusiasts to professional paleontologists. Now extensively revised and expanded, this dazzlingly illustrated large-format edition features some 100 new dinosaur species and 200 new and updated illustrations, bringing readers up to the minute on the latest discoveries and research that are radically transforming what we know about dinosaurs and their world.

Written and illustrated by acclaimed dinosaur expert Gregory Paul, this stunningly beautiful book includes detailed species accounts of all the major dinosaur groups as well as nearly 700 color and black-and-white images–skeletal drawings, “”life”” studies, scenic views, and other illustrations that depict the full range of dinosaurs, from small feathered creatures to whale-sized supersauropods. Paul’s extensively revised introduction delves into dinosaur history and biology, the extinction of nonavian dinosaurs, the origin of birds, and the history of dinosaur paleontology, as well as giving a taste of what it might be like to travel back in time to the era when dinosaurs roamed the earth.”

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2 .) Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton

Lists It Appears On:

  • Prehistoric Pulp
  • Barnes & Noble
  • Ebay
  • Tor
  • Goodreads 2

“An astonishing technique for recovering and cloning dinosaur DNA has been discovered. Now humankind’s most thrilling fantasies have come true. Creatures extinct for eons roam Jurassic Park with their awesome presence and profound mystery, and all the world can visit them—for a price.

Until something goes wrong. . . .”

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1 .) Wonderful Life: The Burgess Shale and the Nature of History by Stephen Jay Gould

Lists It Appears On:

  • Five Books
  • Waterstones
  • Bioteaching
  • Goodreads
  • Goodreads 2

High in the Canadian Rockies is a small limestone quarry formed 530 million years ago called the Burgess Shale. It hold the remains of an ancient sea where dozens of strange creatures lived―a forgotten corner of evolution preserved in awesome detail. In this book Stephen Jay Gould explores what the Burgess Shale tells us about evolution and the nature of history.

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The Additional Best Dinosaur Books



 

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(Books Appear On 2 Lists Each)
23Dinosaur Provincial Park: A Spectacular Ancient Ecosystem RevealedPhilip J. CurrieWaterstones
Goodreads
24All YesterdaysJohn Conway, Memo Kosemen, and Darren NaishNation Geographic
Goodreads
25Ask DGMark MillerGoodreads
Goodreads
26Bully for BrontosaurusStephen Jay GouldThe Guardian
Goodreads 2
27Dinosaur Data BookDavid LambertGoodreads
Waterstones
28Dinosaur in a Haystack: Reflections in Natural HistoryStephen Jay GouldGoodreads
Goodreads 2
29Dinosaur SummerGreg BearPrehistoric Pulp
Tor
30Dinosaur TalesRay BradburyTor
The Guardian
31Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Animals on Stamps – A Worldwide CatalogueKarl P. N ShukerWaterstones
Goodreads
32Dinosaurs Of UtahFrank De CourtenGoodreads
Waterstones
33Dinosaurs: A Concise Natural HistoryThought Co
Ebay
34Dinosaurs: The Most Complete, Up-to-Date Encyclopedia for Dinosaur Lovers of All AgesThomas R. Holtz, Jr.Nation Geographic
Goodreads
35End of an EraRobert J. SawyerPrehistoric Pulp
Tor
36Evolution: What the Fossils Say and Why It MattersDonald R. ProtheroBioteaching
Goodreads 2
37ExtinctionDouglas H ErwinFive Books
Bioteaching
38Feathered DinosaursJohn L. Long, Peter SchoutenWaterstones
Thought Co
39If Dinosaurs Were Alive TodayDougal DixonGoodreads
Waterstones
40Journey to the Center of the EarthJules VerneTor
The Guardian
41Life on a Young PlanetAndrew H KnollFive Books
Goodreads 2
42Rereading the Fossil RecordD. SepkoskiPatzkowsky Paleocology Lab
Bioteaching
43Rex AppealPeter L. Larson, Kristin Donnan, Robert BakkerWaterstones
I Know Dino 2
44Systematics and the Fossil RecordA. B. SmithPatzkowsky Paleocology Lab
Bioteaching
45T. Rex and the Crater of DoomWalter AlvarezGoodreads
Goodreads 2
46The Armored DinosaursKenneth CarpenterGoodreads
Waterstones
47The Complete Book Of DinosaursDougal DixonGoodreads
Waterstones
48The Complete Dinosaur (2nd ed.) editedMichael Brett-Surman, Thomas Holtz, and James FarlowNation Geographic
Thought Co
49The Complete Illustrated Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs & Prehistoric CreaturesDougal DixonWaterstones
Goodreads
50The Dinosaur HeresiesRobert T. BakkerBarnes & Noble
I Know Dino 2
51The Dinosaur HuntersDeborah CadburyGoodreads 2
Waterstones
52The Encyclopedia of DinosaursDavid Lambert, The Diagram GroupWaterstones
Goodreads
53The Gilded Dinosaur,Mark JaffeBarnes & Noble
Goodreads
54The Illustrated Encyclopaedia of DinosaursDavid NormanWaterstones
Goodreads
55The Scientific American Book of DinosaursGregory PaulGoodreads
Goodreads 2
56The World Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs & Prehistoric CreaturesDougal DixonThought Co
Goodreads
57Tyrannosaurus Sue: The Extraordinary Saga of the Largest, Most Fought Over T-Rex Ever FoundSteve FifferGoodreads
Goodreads 2
58Vertebrate PalaeontologyMichael J. BentonGoodreads 2
Nation Geographic
59Walking with DinosaursTim HainesWaterstones
Goodreads
60When Life Nearly Died: The Greatest Mass Extinction of All TimeMichael J. BentonGoodreads
Goodreads 2
61Written in Stone: Evolution, the Fossil Record, and Our Place in NatureBrian SwitekGoodreads
Goodreads 2
(Books Appear On 1 List Each)
62101 Questions About DinosaursPhilip J. Currie, Eva B. KoppelhusWaterstones
63A Field Guide to Mesozoic Birds and other Winged DinosaursMatthew P. MartyniukGoodreads
64A Field Guide to the Dinosaurs of North AmericaBob StraussWaterstones
65A Guide to DinosaursWaterstones
66A History of Paleontology Illustration (Life of the Past)Jane P. DavidsonBioteaching
67A Lovely Love StoryEdward MonktonI Know Dino
68A Survival Guide: Living with Dinosaurs in the Jurassic Period (Survival in the Age of Dinosaurs)Dougal DixonGoodreads
69A Thing of the PastJohn Russell FearnWaterstones
70All about DinosaursRoy Chapman AndrewsGoodreads
71All My Friends Are DeadJory Jon and Avery MonsenI Know Dino
72Amazing Dinosaurs (second edition): More Feathers, More Claws, Big Horns, Wide Jaws!Dougal DixonGoodreads
73Ancient CreaturesSpencer LucasWaterstones
74Animals of a Bygone EraMaja SafstromWaterstones
75ArchaeologicaAedeen CreminWaterstones
76Archetypes and Ancestors: Palaeontology in Victorian London, 1850-1875Adrian DesmondBioteaching
77Archosauria: A New Look at the Old DinosaurJohn C. McLoughlinGoodreads
78Arthropod Fossils and PhylogenyGregory D. EdgecombeBioteaching
79Auf Den Spuren Der DinosaurierLockleyWaterstones
80Barnum BrownLowell Dingus, Mark NorellWaterstones
81Big Bird!Ken Gerhard, Jonathan Downes, William M. RebsamenWaterstones
82Big Bone LickStanley Hedeen, John Mack FaragherWaterstones
83Bones of the EarthMichael SwanwickPrehistoric Pulp
84Boy, Were We Wrong About DinosaursKathleen KudlinskiNation Geographic
85British Polacanthid DinosaursWilliam T. Blows, David PenneyWaterstones
86Bumper Book of DinosaursKeiron PimWaterstones
87Captain Raptor seriesKevin O’MalleyBarnes & Noble
88CarnosaurHarry Adam KnightPrehistoric Pulp
89Cartoon History of the Universe I, Vol. 1-7: From the Big Bang to Alexander the GreatLarry GonickGoodreads
90CeratopsiaPeter DodsonWaterstones
91Changing of the GuardTed RechlinWaterstones
92Charles R. Knight: The Artist Who Saw Through TimeRichard MilnerNation Geographic
93Circle It, Apatosaurus Facts, Word Search, Puzzle BookLowry Global Media LLC, Maria SchumacherWaterstones
94Circle It, Tyrannosaurus Rex Facts, Word Search, Puzzle BookLowry Global Media LLC, Mark Schumacher, Maria SchumacherWaterstones
95Complete Illustrated Guide to Dinosaur SkeletonsPaulWaterstones
96Cretaceous DawnLisa M. Graziano and Michael S.A. GrazianoI Know Dino
97Dawn of the Dinosaurs: Life in the TriassicNicholas FraserGoodreads
98Dawn Of The Dinosaurs: The Triassic In Petrified ForestRobert A. LongGoodreads
99Day of the DinosaursSteve Brusatte, Daniel ChesterWaterstones
100Digging into DinosaursJudy BrausWaterstones
101Dino GangsJosh Young, Philip J. CurrieWaterstones
102Dino MightMichael Burgan, Wenzel Bernard, Bernard AdnetWaterstones
103Dino-GamiJoost LangeveldWaterstones
104DinosaurDavid NormanGoodreads
105Dinosaur DestinationsJon Kramer, Julie Martinez, Vernon MorrisWaterstones
106Dinosaur DigsDinosaur DigsWaterstones
107Dinosaur ExplorerDougal DixonGoodreads
108Dinosaur HighwayLaurie E. JasinskiWaterstones
109Dinosaur ImageryMichael Tropea, John J. Lazendorf, Philip J. CurrieWaterstones
110Dinosaur LivesJohn R. HornerGoodreads 2
111Dinosaur MemoriesAllen DebusWaterstones
112Dinosaur National MonumentTreasure Chest BooksWaterstones
113Dinosaur PaleobiologyStephen BrusatteNation Geographic
114Dinosaur PlanetAnne McCaffreyTor
115Dinosaur SculptingAllen A. Debus, Bob Morales, Diane E. DebusWaterstones
116Dinosaur SexMichael BrookfieldWaterstones
117Dinosaur!David Norman, John Sebbick, John SibbickWaterstones
118Dinosaurios De Aqui, De Alla, De Verdad y De MentiraClaudia Tambussi, Guillermo LopezWaterstones
119DinosaursChristopher A.. BrochuGoodreads
120DinosaursSteve Parker, Belinda GallagherWaterstones
121DinosaursSpencer G. LucasWaterstones
122DinosaursOM BooksWaterstones
123DinosaursJohn H. OstromWaterstones
124DinosaursJames Kavanagh, Dr. Raymond LeungWaterstones
125DinosaursGregory S. PaulWaterstones
126DinosaursGerrie McCallWaterstones
127DinosaursG. McCallWaterstones
128DinosaursDouglas PalmerWaterstones
129DinosaursDonald F. Glut, Vertebrate PaleontologyWaterstones
130DinosaursDimondWaterstones
131DinosaursDavid Norman, Bob HerseyWaterstones
132DinosaursDavid NormanWaterstones
133Dinosaurs – The Grand Tour: Everything Worth Knowing About Dinosaurs from Aardonyx to ZuniceratopsKeiron PimGoodreads
134Dinosaurs -Prehistoric ZoobookJohn Bonnett WexoWaterstones
135Dinosaurs (Encyclopedia Prehistorica)Robert Sabuda and Matthew ReinhartBarnes & Noble
136Dinosaurs (Magic Tree House Research Guide, #1)Will OsborneGoodreads
137Dinosaurs and Prehistoric LifeHazel RichardsonGoodreads
138Dinosaurs Ever EvolvingAllen A. DebusWaterstones
139Dinosaurs in the Attic: An Excursion into the American Museum of Natural HistoryDouglas PrestonGoodreads
140Dinosaurs in the SeaDougal DixonGoodreads
141Dinosaurs of DistinctionMatt Phillips, Heather AustinWaterstones
142Dinosaurs of Eastern IberiaAngel Galobart, Maite Suner, Begona PozaWaterstones
143Dinosaurs of North America FlatNational Geographic MapsWaterstones
144Dinosaurs of the Air: The Evolution and Loss of Flight in Dinosaurs and BirdsGregory S. PaulGoodreads
145Dinosaurs of the Isle of WightDavid Martill, Darren NaishWaterstones
146Dinosaurs On-lineR. L. Jones, Kathryn GabrielWaterstones
147Dinosaurs Past and Present: v. 1Sylvia J. Czerkas, Everett C. OlsonWaterstones
148Dinosaurs Past and Present: v. 2Sylvia J. Czerkas, Everett C. OlsonWaterstones
149Dinosaurs Versus AliensGrant MorrisonBarnes & Noble
150Dinosaurs: a Global ViewSylvia J.Goodreads
151Dinosaurs: A Spotter’s GuideWeldon Owen LimitedWaterstones
152Dinosaurs: A Very Short IntroductionDavid NormanWaterstones
153Dinosaurs: How They Lived and Evolved 2016Darren Naish, Paul BarrettWaterstones
154Dinosaurs: The Encyclopedia (Dinosaurs the Encyclopedia) (Dinosaurs the Encyclopedia)Donald F. GlutGoodreads
155Dinosaurs!Jack Dann and Gardner DozoisPrehistoric Pulp
156Dinostars and the Cackling Cave CreatureBen MantleWaterstones
157DinosuarsStephen Wattleworth, Chris FirminWaterstones
158Dinotopia SeriesJames GurneyBarnes & Noble
159DippyPaul Barrett, Polly Parry, Sandra ChapmanWaterstones
160Discover Texas DinosaursCharles E. Finsley, Wann Langston, Doris TischlerWaterstones
161Discovering Dinosaurs: Evolution, Extinction, and the Lessons of Prehistory, Expanded and UpdatedMark NorellGoodreads
162Discovering the MammothJohn J. McKayWaterstones
163Dougal Dixon’s Dinosaurs: 12 New Dinosaur Discoveries and More Feathers Than EverDougal DixonGoodreads
164Dragon Hunter: Roy Chapman Andrews & the Central Asiatic ExpeditionsCharles GallenkampGoodreads 2
165Drums Along the CongoRory NugentWaterstones
166Dynamics of Dinosaurs and Other Extinct GiantsR. McNeill AlexanderGoodreads
167Easy Field Guide to Dinosaurs of ArizonaB.J. TegowskiWaterstones
168Egypt’s Prehistoric FaunaDominique Navarro, Assistant Curator of Vertebrate Paleontology Matthew LamannaWaterstones
169Eliza and the DragonflySusie Caldwell Rinehart, Anisa Claire HovemannWaterstones
170Embryos in Deep Time: The Rock Record of Biological DevelopmentMarcelo R. SánchezBioteaching
171Encyclopedia of DinosaursPhilip CurrieGoodreads
172Encyclopedia of DinosaursBrooks BrittGoodreads
173Encyclopedia of DinosaursPublishing House My EbookWaterstones
174Encyclopedia of DinosaursCarl MehlingWaterstones
175Encyclopedia Prehistorica Dinosaurs: The Definitive Pop-UpRobert Sabuda and Matthew ReinhartI Know Dino 2
176Eternal Ephemera: Adaptation and the Origin of Species from the Nineteenth Century Through Punctuated Equilibria and BeyondNiles EldredgeBioteaching
177Evolution and Escalation: An Ecological History of LifeG. VermeijPatzkowsky Paleocology Lab
178Evolution in Action: Natural History Through Spectacular Skeletons. Jean-Baptiste de Panafieu and Patrick GriesJean-Baptiste De PanafieuBioteaching
179Evolution of Fossil Ecosystems, Second EditionPaul SeldenBioteaching
180Evolution of the Insects (Cambridge Evolution Series)David GrimaldiBioteaching
181Evolutionary PaleoecologyWarren AllmonBioteaching
182Evolutionary Paleoecology of the Marine BiosphereJ. W. ValentinePatzkowsky Paleocology Lab
183Extinct Animals: Species That Have Disappeared During Human HistoryThought Co
184Extinction: Bad Genes or Bad Luck?D. M. RaupPatzkowsky Paleocology Lab
185Family Reference Guide DinosaursWaterstones
186Forerunners of Mammals: Radiation • Histology • Biology (Life of the Past)Anusuya Chinsamy-TuranBioteaching
187Fossil Behavior CompendiumArthur J. BoucotBioteaching
188Fossil HunterThomas B. GoodhueWaterstones
189Fossil InvertebratesRichard S. BoardmanGoodreads
190Fossil Spiders: The Evolutionary History of a Mega-diverse Order (Monograph Series)David PenneyBioteaching
191Fossiling in FloridaMark RenzGoodreads
192Fossils: A Very Short IntroductionKeith S. ThomsonGoodreads 2
193Fossils: The Key to the PastRichard ForteyBioteaching
194From Clone to Bone: The Synergy of Morphological and Molecular Tools in Palaeobiology (Cambridge Studies in Morphology and Molecules: New Paradigms in Evolutionary Bio)Robert J. AsherBioteaching
195Genetics, Paleontology, and MacroevolutionJeffrey S. LevintonBioteaching
196George Gaylord SimpsonLeo F. LaporteBioteaching
197Giant Sloths and Sabertooth CatsDonald K Grayson, Donald K. GraysonWaterstones
198Giants of the Lost WorldDonald R. ProtheroWaterstones
199Gorgon: The Monsters That Ruled the Planet Before Dinosaurs and How They Died in the Greatest Catastrophe in Earth’s HistoryPeter D. WardGoodreads 2
200Grave Secrets of DinosaursPhillip ManningWaterstones
201Great Dinosaur DiscoveriesDarren NaishWaterstones
202Grzimek’s Animal Life Encyclopedia: Lower Metazoans and Lesser Deuterostomes Vol 1Michael HutchinsWaterstones
203HadrosaursDavid A. Eberth, David C. EvansWaterstones
204History of InsectsA.P. RasnitsynBioteaching
205Horseshoe Crabs and Velvet Worms: The Story of the Animals and Plants That Time Has Left BehindRichard ForteyGoodreads 2
206Horsham’s Dinosaur Hunter: George Bax HolmesJohn A. CooperWaterstones
207How Dinosaurs Came to bePatricia Lauber, Doug HendersonWaterstones
208How Do Dinosaurs Fit Into the Bible?Daniel a BiddleWaterstones
209Hunting DinosaursLouie PsihoyosGoodreads
210Illustrated Directory of DinosaursIngrid CranfeildWaterstones
211In Quest of Great Lakes Ice Age VertebratesJ.Alan HolmanWaterstones
212In Search of Deep Time: Beyond the Fossil Record to a New History of Life (Comstock Books)Henry GeeBioteaching
213In the Presence of DinosaursJohn ColagrandeGoodreads
214Introduction to Paleobiology and the Fossil RecordMichael BentonBioteaching
215Jack and Boo’s Dinosaur IslandPhilip Bell, Eleanor BellWaterstones
216Journey to the Ice AgeRien PoortvlietWaterstones
217Jurassic ClassicsDonald F. GlutWaterstones
218Jurassic West: The Dinosaurs of the Morrison Formation and Their WorldJohn FosterGoodreads
219King of the CrocodyliansDavid R. Schwimmer, David SchwimmerWaterstones
220Kings of Creation: How a New Breed of Scientists is Revolutionizing Our Understanding of DinosaursDino Don LessemGoodreads
221Last Great DinosaursMonty Reid, Jan SovakWaterstones
222Learn about… Texas DinosaursGeorg ZapplerWaterstones
223Life Through the AgesCharles R. Knight, Philip J. Currie, Stephen Jay GouldWaterstones
224Life: A Natural History of the First Four Billion Years of Life on EarthRichard ForteyGoodreads 2
225Lone Star DinosaursLouis Jacobs, Karen CarrWaterstones
226Lough Hyne -from Prehistory to the PresentTerri KearneyWaterstones
227Love in the Time of DinosaursKirsten AleneI Know Dino
228MacMillan Illustrated Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals: A Visual Who’s Who of Prehistoric LifeDougal DixonGoodreads
229MacroecologyJ. H. BrownPatzkowsky Paleocology Lab
230Macroevolution: Pattern and ProcessS. M. StanleyPatzkowsky Paleocology Lab
231Major Features of EvolutionG. G. SimpsonPatzkowsky Paleocology Lab
232Making Prehistory: Historical Science and the Scientific Realism Debate (Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Biology)Derek TurnerBioteaching
233MammothsErrol FullerWaterstones
234MammothsAdrian ListerWaterstones
235Megalodon: Hunting The HunterMark RenzGoodreads
236MorphodynamicsAdolf SeilacherBioteaching
237National Geographic DinosaursPaul BarrettGoodreads
238Night Comes to the Cretaceous: Comets, Craters, Controversy, and the Last Days of the DinosaursJames Lawrence PowellGoodreads
239NotebookTheo Von TaaneWaterstones
240Oceans of Kansas: A Natural History of the Western Interior SeaThought Co
241On the WingDr. David E. Alexander, Dr David E. AlexanderWaterstones
242Once & Future Giants: What Ice Age Extinctions Tell Us about the Fate of Earth’s Largest AnimalsSharon LevyGoodreads 2
243Ontogeny and PhylogenyS. J. GouldPatzkowsky Paleocology Lab
244OriginsFrank H. T. RhodesWaterstones
245Out of Thin Air: Dinosaurs, Birds, and Earth’s Ancient AtmospherePeter D. WardGoodreads
246Palaeobiology IIDerek E. G. BriggsBioteaching
247Palaeontology, or a Systematic Summary of Extinct Animals and Their Geological Relations (Classic Reprint)Richard OwenBioteaching
248PaleoimageryAllen A. Debus, Diane E. DebusWaterstones
249Paleontological Data Analysisyvind HammerBioteaching
250Paleontology: A Brief History of LifeIan TattersallGoodreads 2
251Pictures of Time Beneath: Science, Heritage and the Uses of the Deep PastKirsty DouglasBioteaching
252Planet DinosaurWaterstones
253Predator DeathmatchNick Molloy, Karl ShukerWaterstones
254Predatory Dinosaurs of the World: A Complete Illustrated GuideGregory S. PaulGoodreads
255PrehistoricDKWaterstones
256Prehistoric Life: Evolution and the Fossil RecordThought Co
257Prehistoric Past RevealedDouglas PalmerWaterstones
258Primary Dinosaur InvestigationsCraig A. Munsart, Karen Alonzi-Van GundyWaterstones
259Princeton Field Guide to DinosaursGregory S. PaulWaterstones
260Principles of PaleontologyMichael FooteBioteaching
261Punctuated EquilibriumStephen Jay GouldBioteaching
262Quintaglio Ascension TrilogyRobert J. SawyerTor
263Raptor Island – Dinosaur George and the PaleonautsMark MillerGoodreads
264Recreating and Age of ReptilesMark P. WittonWaterstones
265Remarkable CreaturesTracy ChevalierGoodreads 2
266Riddle of the DinosaurJohn Noble WilfordGoodreads
267Ripley’s Believe it or Not! Dinosaurs and Wild AnimalsRobert RipleyWaterstones
268Rivers of TimeL. Sprague de CampPrehistoric Pulp
269Rocky Mountain Guide to Tracking DinosaursWilliam PancznerWaterstones
270Sea DragonsRichard EllisWaterstones
271Searching for RopensJonathan WhitcombWaterstones
272Starring T. Rex!: Dinosaur Mythology and Popular CultureJosé Luis SanzBioteaching
273Story of the Dinosaurs. Dougal DixonDougal DixonGoodreads
274Stumbling Blocks of EvolutionChris NitardyWaterstones
275Taking Wing: Archaeopteryx and the Evolution of Bird FlightPat ShipmanGoodreads 2
276Telling the Evolutionary Time: Molecular Clocks and the Fossil Record (Systematics Association Special Volumes)Philip C J DonoghueBioteaching
277Tempo and Mode in Evolution (The Columbia Classics in Evolution)George Gaylord SimpsonBioteaching
278The Adventures of Yogasaurus, TreesKenneth Duncan, Susan Betsy Light, John GurneyWaterstones
279The Age of Dinosaurs in South AmericaFernando E. NovasWaterstones
280The Age of ReptilesRosemary VolpeWaterstones
281The Amazing World of DinosaursJames KuetherWaterstones
282The Artist and the Scientists: Bringing Prehistory to LifePeter TruslerBioteaching
283The Bone Hunters: The Heroic Age of Paleontology in the American WestUrl LanhamGoodreads
284The Bumper Book of DinosaursKeiron PimI Know Dino 2
285The Call of Distant Mammoths: Why the Ice Age Mammals DisappearedPeter D. WardGoodreads 2
286The Cambrian Explosion: The Construction of Animal BiodiversityDouglas ErwinBioteaching
287The Cambrian Fossils of Chengjiang, China: The Flowering of Early Animal LifeXian-guag HouBioteaching
288The Ceratopsia: Based On Preliminary Studies By Othniel C. MarshJohn Bell HatcherGoodreads
289The Complete Guide to Prehistoric LifeTim Haines, Paul ChambersWaterstones
290The Complete T. Rex: How Stunning New Discoveries Are Changing Our Understanding of the World’s…John R. HornerGoodreads
291The Dawn of Animal Life: A Biohistorical Study (Cambridge Earth Science Series)Martin F. GlaessnerBioteaching
292The Dinosaur Coast Pocket EditionRoger OsborneWaterstones
293The Dinosaur DealersJohn LongWaterstones
294The Dinosaur Films of Ray HarryhausenRoy P. WebberWaterstones
295The Dinosaur HandbookThomas E. Svarney, Patricia L. Barnes-SvarneyWaterstones
296The Dinosaur Papers, 1676-1906David B. Weishampel, Nadine M. WhiteWaterstones
297The Dragon Seekers: How An Extraordinary Circle Of Fossilists Discovered The Dinosaurs And Paved The Way For DarwinChristopher McGowanGoodreads
298The Early Evolution of Metazoa and the Significance of Problematic TaxaAlberto M. SimonettaBioteaching
299The Ecology of the Cambrian RadiationAndrey ZhuravlevBioteaching
300The Emerald Planet: How Plants Changed Earth’s HistoryDavid BeerlingBioteaching
301The Emergence of AnimalsMark A. S. McMenaminBioteaching
302The Evolution UndergroundAnthony J. MartinWaterstones
303The Fossil Chronicles: How Two Controversial Discoveries Changed Our View of Human EvolutionDean FalkBioteaching
304The Garden of EdiacaraMark A. S. McMenaminBioteaching
305The Genial DinosaurJohn Russell FearnWaterstones
306The Gravity Theory of Mass ExtinctionJohn StojanowskiWaterstones
307The Great Dinosaur ControversyKeith ParsonsWaterstones
308The Great Fossil Enigma: The Search for the Conodont Animal (Life of the Past)Simon J. KnellBioteaching
309The Hidden Hand of GravityColin BeckleyWaterstones
310The HomecomingBarry B. LongyearTor
311The Horned Dinosaurs: A Natural HistoryPeter DodsonGoodreads
312The Last Dinosaur BookW.J.T. MitchellBarnes & Noble
313The Life of a Fossil HunterCharles H. SternbergNation Geographic
314The Link: Uncovering Our Earliest AncestorColin TudgeGoodreads 2
315The Little Dinosaurs Of Ghost RanchEdwin Harris ColbertGoodreads
316The Lying Stones of Marrakech: Penultimate Reflections in Natural HistoryStephen Jay GouldGoodreads 2
317The Mammoth HuntHeather Amery, Colin KingWaterstones
318The Meaning of Fossils: Episodes in the History of PalaeontologyMartin J. S. RudwickBioteaching
319The Monster Who Ate the StateChris BrowneWaterstones
320The Nature of the Stratigraphical RecordD. V. AgerPatzkowsky Paleocology Lab
321The New DinosaursWilliam StoutGoodreads
322The New DinosaursDougal DixonGoodreads
323The Paleoart of Julius CsotonyiJulius CsotonyiGoodreads
324The Paleobiological Revolution: Essays on the Growth of Modern PaleontologyDavid SepkoskiBioteaching
325The Panda’s Thumb: More Reflections in Natural HistoryStephen Jay GouldGoodreads 2
326The PlotWellington AguiarWaterstones
327The PterosaursRob Scrimger, David UnwinWaterstones
328The Reign of the DinosaursJean Guy-Michard, I.Mark ParisWaterstones
329The Riddle of the DinosaurJohn Noble WilfordGoodreads 2
330The Rise and Progress of PalaeontologyThomas Henry HuxleyBioteaching
331The Sauropod DinosaursMark Hallett, Mathew J. WedelWaterstones
332The Search for the Pink-Headed DuckRory NugentWaterstones
333The Second Jurassic Dinosaur RushPaul BrinkmanNation Geographic
334The Simon & Schuster Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Creatures: A Visual Who’s Who of Prehistoric LifeBarry CoxGoodreads
335The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural HistoryElizabeth KolbertGoodreads 2
336The Story of Life in 25 Fossils: Tales of Intrepid Fossil Hunters and the Wonders of EvolutionDonald R. ProtheroGoodreads 2
337The Structure of Evolutionary TheoryStephen Jay GouldBioteaching
338The Three Little DinosaursDavid L Leighton, Karen L StricklandWaterstones
339The Top 256 Rules of Paleontology: …Practical Advice for Fossil TechniciansWalter W. SteinGoodreads
340The Trilobite Book: A Visual JourneyRiccardo Levi-SettiBioteaching
341The Ultimate DinosaurRobert SilverbergGoodreads
342The Walking Whales: From Land to Water in Eight Million YearsJohannes G M ThewissenGoodreads 2
343Theropoda vol. 1: TyrannosauroideaAndrea CauGoodreads
344Theropoda vol. 2: DeinonychosauriaAndrea CauGoodreads
345Thunder SeriesJames F. DavidTor
346Time Traveler: In Search of Dinosaurs and Other Fossils from Montana to MongoliaMichael NovacekGoodreads 2
347Tracks in Deep TimeJerald D. Harris, Jerald D Harris, Andrew R. C. Milner, Andrew R.C. Milner, Milner R C Andrew, Andrew R. Milner, Andrew R C MilnerWaterstones
348Transylvanian DinosaursDavid B. Weishampel, Coralia-Maria JianuWaterstones
349Trilobite: Eyewitness to EvolutionRichard ForteyGoodreads 2
350TrilobitesH B WhittingtonFive Books
351Tyrannosaur CanyonDouglas PrestonGoodreads 2
352Tyrannosaurid PaleobiologyJ. Michael ParrishGoodreads
353Tyrannosaurus and Other Dinosaurs of North AmericaDougal DixonGoodreads
354Tyrannosaurus DripJulia Donaldson and David RobertsThe Guardian
355Unearthing the DragonMark Norell and Mick EllisonNation Geographic
356Unfinished Synthesis: Biological Hierarchies and Modern Evolutionary ThoughtNiles EldredgeBioteaching
357Visions of a Vanished World: The Extraordinary Fossils of the Hunsrück SlateGabriele KühlBioteaching
358Visual Encyclopedia of DinosaursDougal DixonGoodreads
359Weird DinosaursJohn Pickrell, Philip CurrieWaterstones
360Weldon Owen LimitedUK)Waterstones
361West of EdenHarry HarrisonPrehistoric Pulp
362Why Dinosaurs MatterKen LacovaraWaterstones
363William Stout Prehistoric Life MuralsWilliam StoutGoodreads
364World Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric CreaturesDougal DixonWaterstones
365Your Inner Fish: A Journey into the 3.5-Billion-Year History of the Human BodyNeil ShubinGoodreads 2


15 Best Dinosaur and Paleontology Book Sources/Lists



SourceArticle
Barnes & Noble The Best Books About Dinosaurs
Bioteaching My Top Palaeontology Books of all Time (as of 2016)
Ebay Top 5 Books About Dinosaurs
Five Books Richard Fortey recommends the best books on Palaeontology
Goodreads The Best Non-fiction Dinosaur Books
Goodreads 2 Popular Paleontology Books
I Know Dino The 5 Best Dinosaur Books (And They’re For Adults!)
I Know Dino 2 5 Non-Fiction Dinosaur Books That All Dino Enthusiasts Should Read
Nation Geographic A Dinosaur Reading List for Everyone
Patzkowsky Paleocology Lab Ten Must Read Books For Paleontology Graduate Students
Prehistoric Pulp Ten books to read after Jurassic World (and five to avoid)
The Guardian Five of the best dinosaur books
Thought Co The 10 Best Dinosaur Books
Tor 10 Essential Books Featuring Dinosaurs in Science Fiction
Waterstones Books on Dinosaurs & The Prehistoric World