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In the past —Elliott, David, author.
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Care to meet a dunkleosteus? An apatosaurus? How about the dragonflyesque meganaura? In a collection that's organized chronologically by epoch and is sure to intrigue everyone from armchair dino enthusiasts to budding pa...

In the past —Elliott, David, 1947- author.

Chronically organized by epoch, a poetic introduction to the dinosaur world illuminates a host of creatures both novel and familiar, ranging from the mysterious trilobite to the famed Tyrannosaurus rex.

This Orq : (he say "ugh!") —Elliott, David, 1947- author.

"Meet Orq. He cave boy. Meet Woma. He woolly mammoth. Now meet Dorq. Dorq big. Dorq strong. Dorq mean. And Caba, he even worse. Ugh! Double ugh!"

On the wing —Elliott, David, author.

"Concise, witty verse and gorgeous illustrations allow readers to marvel up close at more than fifteen birds and make for a book that is sure to be beloved by birders of all ages"--Jacket flap.

Bull : a novel —Elliott, David, 1947- author.

A modern twist on the Theseus and Minotaur myth, told in verse.

In the woods —Elliott, David, 1947- author.

"The animals in the dark woods are secretive, their inner lives a mystery. The stealthy bobcat, the inquisitive raccoon, and the dignified bear waking up from his winter nap are just a few of the glorious animals feature...

Bull —Elliott, David, author

Much like Lin-Manuel Miranda did in Hamilton, the New York Times best-selling author David Elliott turns a classic on its head in form and approach, updating the timeless story of Theseus and the Minotaur. A rough, r...

Bull : a novel —Elliott, David, 1947- author.

David Elliott turns a classic on its head: this rough and rowdy retelling of the Minotaur myth in verse will have readers reevaluating one of mythology's most infamous monsters. Garnering six starred reviews, this update...

Voices : the final hours of Joan of Arc —Elliott, David, 1947- author.

"David Elliott explores how Joan of Arc changed the course of history and remains a figure of fascination centuries after her extraordinary life and death in a fiery, evocative novel-in-verse." -- Provided by publisher.