To celebrate its 20th anniversary, Scholastic is re-releasing the ten original Magic School Bus titles in paperback. With updated scientific information, the bestselling science series ever is back!
The classroom is decorated as Dinosaur Land, but Ms. Frizzle-inspired by an archeological dig-craves a more authentic experience. The Magic School Bus turns into a time machine and transports the class back millions of years to an adventure where they learn about dinosaurs, their habitats and diets, and even a Maiasaura nesting ground.
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About the Author
Joanna Cole has been creating books about the Magic School Bus for more than twenty years. She is a recipient of many awards, most recently the National Endowment for the Arts Foundation Award for Outstanding Service to Public Education. She lives in Key West, with her husband.
Bruce Degen is the bestselling author and illustrator of the beloved, perennial favorite Jamberry and numerous award-winning books for children. He is also the illustrator of the highly-acclaimed Magic School Bus series by Joanna Cole.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Magic School Bus in the Time of the Dinosaurs based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
If you like dinosaurs, then this book is for you! Packed with information about dinosaurs of all kinds with the craziness you'd expect from Ms. Frizzle.
I feel like children would really like this book because it has a lot of dinosaur facts throughout along with their pictures. Magic School Bus books always make topics seem so fun to learn about. The only negative thing about this book is every page is very busy with lots of side notes and dialogue boxes- so be aware that this may not a good book to do a read aloud to a classroom.
The magic shcool bus takes the kids back in time to the time of the dinosaurs (well, several time periods). The kids see quite a few dinos and find the maiasaura nests they are looking for. I really enjoyed this one and I felt like I was actually seeing the dinos in more of a context than the typical non-fiction book where dinos are pictured in isolation.