Bones. Bones. We look for bones. We look for the bones of dinosaurs. Six small paleontologists search for bones. When they find them, they dig them up, wrap them, and load them on a truck, bound for the museum. There, they carefully put together the bones of a giant dinosaur. In bright, bold, exuberant pictures, with a text that is just right for reading or chanting aloud, Byron Barton looks at just what happens to the bones left behind by dinosaurs of long, long ago.
A cast of characters looks for, finds, and assembles some dinosaur bones.