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100 1  Switek, Brian. 
245 10 My beloved Brontosaurus|h[OverDrive/Libby electronic 
       resource]|bon the road with old bones, new science, and 
       our favorite dinosaurs /|cBrian Switek. 
264  1 New York :|bScientific American/Farrar, Straus and Giroux,
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511 0  Read by Brian Switek. 
520    "Paleontology meets pop culture in a talented young 
       author's journey into the lives of dinosaurs  Dinosaurs 
       haunt museum halls, stomp across movie screens, and adorn 
       just about any product you can name. Despite 
       groundbreaking discoveries, the dinosaurs of our childhood
       are entrenched in our minds, and new science struggles to 
       overcome the inaccurate monsters of Jurassic Park.  In My 
       Beloved Brontosaurus, the brilliant dinosaur fanatic Brian
       Switek investigates the tension between dinosaurs as 
       scientific objects and pop-culture icons as he introduces 
       us to the latest theories in paleontology, from how 
       dinosaurs had sex to what colors they were and just how 
       they got so big. To understand why they died--after 150 
       million years of success--we need to know how they lived. 
       With infectious enthusiasm, Switek explains that these 
       giant beasts left behind a wealth of information in their 
       bones--and it's only by piecing together these clues that 
       we can begin to understand ourselves. After all, our furry
       little ancestors lived in the shadow of the dinosaurs.  
       Switek visits excavation sites, museums, and high-tech 
       labs to question what we've long held true about these 
       creatures, weaving in stories from his obsession with 
       dinosaurs that started when he was knee-high to a 
       Stegosaurus. Endearing, surprising, and essential to our 
       understanding of our place on Earth, My Beloved 
       Brontosaurus is a book that science buffs and dinosaur 
       fans will cherish for years to come"--|cProvided by 
520    "Paleontology meets pop culture in a young author's 
       journey into the lives of dinosaurs"--|cProvided by 
533    Electronic reproduction.|bNew York|cMacmillan Audio|d2013
       |nAvailable via World Wide Web. 
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