Best Children's Archaeology Books
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1. Dinosaur Coloring Book for Kids: Great Gift for Boys & Girls, Ages 4-8
Author: by Two Hoots Coloring
33 completely unique dinosaur coloring pages for kids ages 4-8! For the dinosaur-loving child, what could be more fun than being able to color all of his or her favorite types? Powerful meat-eaters and peaceful herbivores roam through this coloring book, enjoying their prehistoric habitats with trees, mountains, volcanoes and comets whizzing across the sky in the background.
You will find all the most popular dinosaur types here-sometimes alone, sometimes interacting with one another! Buy this coloring book today and share the fun and excitement of dinosaurs with a special child! This coloring book is a great non-screen activity to stimulate a child’s creativity and imagination.
It makes a perfect gift! About this dinosaur coloring book: Contains 33 completely unique coloring pages. There are NO duplicate images in this book. The pages are single-sided to prevent bleed-through, and so that pages can be removed and displayed without losing an image on the back.
We have carefully designed each page to be entertaining and suitable for children in the 4 to 8 year-old age range. We have avoided overly-intricate designs as well as overly-simplistic ones. We believe children of this age love coloring fun scenes that fire up their imaginations, not a book full of simple shapes.
2. Hello, World! Dinosaurs
Author: by Jill McDonald
Learn from home and explore the world with these fun and easy board books! All young children love dinosaurs. Here’s a Hello, World! Board book that teaches toddlers all about Triceratops, Stegosaurus, T-rex, and many morewith colors, shapes, sizes, and super-simple facts.Hello, World!
Is a series designed to introduce first nonfiction concepts to babies and toddlers. Told in clear and easy terms (T. Rex’s arms were very small, even though its body was large) and featuring bright, cheerful illustrations, Hello, World! Makes learning fun for young children.
And each sturdy page offers helpful prompts for engaging with your child. It’s a perfect way to bring science and nature into the busy world of a toddler, where learning never stops. Look for all the books in the Hello, World!
Series: Solar SystemWeatherBackyard BugsBirdsDinosaursMy BodyHow Do Apples Grow? Ocean LifeMoon LandingPetsArctic AnimalsConstruction SiteRainforest AnimalsPlanet Earth ReptilesCars and Trucks Music
3. Dinosaur Book for Kids: Coloring Fun and Awesome Facts (A Did You Know? Coloring Book)
Author: by Katie Henries-Meisner
Color and learn fun facts about 25 of the greatest dinosaurs that ever lived! Meet 25 of the world’s most amazing dinosaurs! This learn-through-coloring book provides kids with hours of coloring fun and teaches them exciting facts about these prehistoric beasts at the same time.
Did you know that Triceratops had up to 800 teeth? Or that Dilophosaurus could run almost as fast as an Olympic runner? Here’s what the dinosaurs looked like, how they protected themselves, how big they were, and so much more. Children will have fun coloring the dinosaurs, learning about them, and becoming dinosaur experts.
Dinosaur Book for Kids features: Learning while having coloring fun! Kids will discover amazing facts for each dinosaur that they can share with family and friends. 50 age-appropriate illustrations, perfect for little hands. Name and pronunciation guide for every dinosaur, so kids can proudly (and accurately) show off what they know.
4. Pompeii — Buried Alive! (Step into Reading)
Author: by Edith Kunhardt
A Step 4 HISTORY reader. “The drama of natural disasters provides prime material to entice young independent readers. In this volume, the account of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius describes village life 2,000 years ago, the eruption itself and its aftermath, and the excitement when the buried town is rediscovered centuries later.
A lively and factual glimpse of a devastating moment in history, in an accessible, attractive package.”-Publishers Weekly. Step 4 Readers use challenging vocabulary and short paragraphs to tell exciting stories. For newly independent readers who read simple sentences with confidence.
With full-color illustrations.
5. Written in Bone: Buried Lives of Jamestown and Colonial Maryland (Exceptional Social Studies Titles for Intermediate Grades)
Author: by Sally M. Walker
Carolrhoda Books ®
Bright white teeth.Straight leg bones. Awkwardly contorted arm bones. On a hot summer day in 2005, Dr. Douglas Owsley of the Smithsonian Institution peered into an excavated grave, carefully examining the fragile skeleton that had been buried there for four hundred years.
“He was about fifteen years old when he died. And he was European,” Owsley concluded. But how did he know? Just as forensic scientists use their knowledge of human remains to help solve crimes, they use similar skills to solve the mysteries of the long-ago past.
Join author Sally M. Walker as she works alongside the scientists investigating colonial-era graves near Jamestown, Virginia, as well as other sites in Maryland. As you follow their investigations, she’ll introduce you to what scientists believe are the lives of a teenage boy, a ship’s captain, an indentured servant, a colonial official and his family, and an enslaved African girl.
All are reaching beyond the grave to tell us their stories, which are written in bone.
6. Dinosaur Hunters (Step into Reading)
Author: by Kate McMullan
Less than 200 years ago, nobody knew that dinosaurs had ever existed. Now, scientists who study fossils know about many kinds of dinosaurs and where they lived. The hunt is on for new information about our favorite prehistoric reptiles!
7. Sharuko: El Arqueólogo Peruano Julio C. Tello / Peruvian Archaeologist Julio C. Tello (Spanish and English Edition)
Author: by Monica Brown
Lee & Low Books
A fascinating bilingual picture book biography of Peruvian archaeologist and national icon Julio C. Tello, who unearthed Peru’s ancient cultures and fostered pride in the country’s Indigenous history. Growing up in the late 1800s, Julio Tello, an Indigenous boy, spent time exploring the caves and burial grounds in the foothills of the Peruvian Andes.
Nothing scared Julio, not even the ancient human skulls he found. His bravery earned him the boyhood nickname Sharuko, which means brave in Quechua, the language of the Native people of Peru. At the age of twelve, Julio moved to Lima to continue his education.
While in medical school, he discovered an article about the skulls he had found. The skulls had long ago been sent to Lima to be studied by scientists. The article renewed Julio’s interest in his ancestry, and he decided to devote his medical skills to the study of Peru’s Indigenous history.
Over his lifetime, Julio Tello made many revolutionary discoveries at archaeological sites around Peru, and he worked to preserve the historical treasures he excavated. He showed that Peru’s Indigenous cultures had been established thousands of years ago, disproving the popular belief that Peruvian culture had been introduced more recently from other countries.
8. Whole Enchilada (Choose Your Own Adventure 1-40)
Author: by R. A. Montgomery
GET THEM ALL!Available for the first time ever on Amazon, The Choose Your Own Adventure Whole Enchilada: Books 1-40 in the Choose Your Own Adventure series, including beloved nostalgia classics like MYSTERY OF THE MAYA, ESCAPE, JOURNEY UNDER THE SEA, and much much more.
Navigate the deep sea, train with ninjas, trek through the Khumbu Ice Fall in search of the yeti – they’re all here. The Choose Your Own Adventure series is widely commended for its appeal for reluctant readers, but that’s not why you’re on this page, is it?Right.We thought so.
You’re here because Choose Your Own Adventure does interactive fiction best. You loved it as a kid and want to share it with a kid now. (Or maybe just spend the weekend on the couch reading and remembering a simpler, happier time.
It’s the 4th bestselling children’s book series of all time, and will look fabulous on your bookshelf. Oh, and one more thing. These books are different than other books. There are dangers, choices, and consequences ahead and YOU can decide what happens next…
9. DK Eyewitness Books: Ancient Egypt
Author: by George Hart
Now in Paperback!In Eyewitness: Ancient Egypt, travel back in time and discover one of history’s most remarkable civilizations from the legends of the great Pharaohs to the triumphs of the ordinary people. Explore the inside of the Great Pyramid in Giza, or learn how Tutankhamun’s tomb was found.
Images and supported text throughout the book showcase the pottery, weapons and other objects Ancient Egyptians left behind, the architecture they created, the food they ate, their system of Hieroglyphic writing, and more, giving an eyewitness account of this incredible empire.
For over 25 years, DK’s Eyewitness books have been the most trusted nonfiction series in classrooms, libraries, and homes around the world. In summer 2014 this award-winning series will get a fresh new look both inside and out. The introduction of paperback editions, eye-catching jackets, and updated interiors ensure that the Eyewitness series will continue to be relevant in the ever-changing world of education and remain the go-to source for homework help, research projects, reluctant readers, ESL students, and, as always, to satisfy the minds of curious kids.
10. Dinosaur Color By Numbers: Coloring Book for Kids Ages 4-8 | Great Gift For Boys & Girls
Author: by Deena Stone
Uncover a beautiful color-by-number adventure with all your favorite dinosaurs! Do you want to find the perfect way to introduce your child to the world of dinosaurs? Want to help them embrace their creativity and fuel their love of prehistoric creatures?Then keep reading!
Featuring a selection of over 50 fun and unique pages of dinosaurs and prehistoric animals, this adorable children’s color-by-number book offers the perfect way to entertain your dinosaur-obsessed little ones! Ideal for children aged 4-8, inside you’ll find tons of wonderful illustrations including the Tyrannosaurus, Diplodocus, Stegosaurus, Dodos, Raptors, Triceratops, and so much more.
Coloring is a proven way of helping children express themselves creatively, feel the calming benefits of mindfulness, and relieve the day’s stress and anxiety. With simple images designed to be suitable for all skill levels, kids will love watching these dinosaurs come to life as they fill in every square!
Book details:Showcases 50 One-of-a-Kind, Professional-Quality IllustrationsPerfect for Boys and Girls of All Ages, Especially Ages 4-8Single-Sided Paper to Prevent Bleed-Through and Make Tearing Out Your Favorites Easy! A Gorgeous, Vibrant Cover with a Large 8. 5 X 11 Page SizePromotes Color Recognition, Fine Motor Control, Creativity, and MindfulnessGreat for All Pen, Pencil, and Crayon TypesIf you’re looking for a creative and enjoyable gift idea for birthdays, Christmas, holidays, and special occasions, or if you want to give your child a source of screen-free fun which will keep them busy for hours, then Dinosaur Color By Numbers is for you!
11. Tut's Mummy: Lost…and Found (Step into Reading)
Author: by Judy Donnelly
Illus.In full color with black-and-white & full-color photos. “Beginning with the death of Tutankhamen, the book moves forward to archaeologist Howard Carter’s discovery of the tomb. Information about ancient Egyptian life is interspersed in a clear, smooth fashion throughout. A good way to get readers into non-fiction.”-Booklist.
12. Accidental Archaeologists: True Stories of Unexpected Discoveries
Author: by Sarah Albee
Science meets real-life mystery in this adventurous look at incredible unexpected finds that changed history. Secret treasures are buried all around us – you just have to look for them! Accidental Archaeologists takes you on an adventure through time to relive some of the coolest surprise discoveries by totally ordinary people all over the world.
Meet: The cowboy who found an ancient skeleton- A famous king buried underneath a parking lot- The team who found New York City’s hidden African Burial Ground- A boy who finds the Dead Sea Scrolls while looking for his lost goat- And many more.
Packed with incredible stories and expert tips for making your own exciting finds, this is an accessible, action-packed introduction to the world of archaeology.
13. Archaeologists Dig for Clues (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2)
Author: by Kate Duke
Read and find out about what archaeologists are looking for, how they find it, and what their finds reveal in this colorfully illustrated nonfiction picture book. Archaeologists on a dig work very much like detectives at a crime scene. Every chipped rock, charred seed, or fossilized bone could be a clue to how people lived in the past.
In a starred review, School Library Journal called this a “delightful” book “that students will return to again and again.” It’s a fun introduction to the basics of archaeology and what you need to know to go on a dig.
This is a clear and appealing science book for early elementary age kids, both at home and in the classroom. It’s a Level 2 Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out, which means the book explores more challenging concepts for children in the primary grades. The 100+ titles in this leading nonfiction series are:hands-on and visualacclaimed and trustedgreat for classroomsTop 10 reasons to love LRFOs:Entertain and educate at the same timeHave appealing, child-centered topicsDevelopmentally appropriate for emerging readersFocused; answering questions instead of using survey approachEmploy engaging picture book quality illustrationsUse simple charts and graphics to improve visual literacy skillsFeature hands-on activities to engage young scientistsMeet national science education standardsWritten/illustrated by award-winning authors/illustrators & vetted by an expert in the fieldOver 130 titles in print, meeting a wide range of kids’ scientific interestsBooks in this series support the Common Core Learning Standards, Next Generation Science Standards, and the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) standards.
14. Mystery of the Egyptian Scroll (Kid Detective Zet)
Author: by Scott Peters
12-year-old Zet sets out to solve a mystery in hopes of winning a much-needed reward for his family. You, who have dug deep and sifted hard for a story to read, have unearthed an ancient treasure: a mystery from the dusty ages, when a kid could be a hero and fight for the good of all ..
.”The Hardy Boys meets the Wonders of the Ancient World in this fast-paced mystery. Young readers will gallop through the pages.”Short attention spans | Chapter Book | Ages 8-12 12-year-old Zet is in charge of the family pottery stall now that his father is away fighting the Hyksos invaders.
But sales are not going well! Shoppers don’t approve of a kid being charge. Zet’s mother is at home with the new baby, and she’s depending on him to put food on the table.He needs help fast. Then a miracle happens: a priceless scroll goes missing-and whoever finds it will win a huge reward!
Zet’s troubles are over. All he needs to do is track down that scroll. But there’s only one catch. Zet is no detective. He’s just a kid who loves goofing off with his younger sister, eating cake, and racing around the square.
15. Dinosaur Bones
Author: by Bob Barner
With a lively rhyming text and vibrant paper collage illustrations, author-artist Bob Barner shakes the dust off the dinosaur bones found in museums and reminds us that they once belonged to living, breathing creatures. Filled with fun dinosaur facts (a T.
Rex skull can weigh up to 750 pounds! And an informational “Dinometer,” Dinosaur Bones is sure to make young dinosaur enthusiasts roar with delight.
16. Escape from Monticello (The Virginia Mysteries)
Author: by Steven K. Smith
Who will find Thomas Jefferson’s missing collection? Letters in a mysterious journal between two sisters describe a lost collection and a missing treasure. As Sam, Derek, and Caitlin realize the letters were between Thomas Jefferson’s granddaughters, they set out to do what they do bestsolve the mystery!
When the journal is stolen, the kids are forced to hunt down clues by following Jefferson’s footsteps to The University of Virginia, his mountaintop home of Monticello, and a little-known retreat called Poplar Forest. But this isn’t a typical walk through history.
Someone from the kids’ past is lurking in the shadows, bent on revenge and threatening to take much more than just the treasure. Escape from Monticello is the eighth book in The Virginia Mysteries series. The story is the perfect complement to social studies units, field trips, and family vacations related to Thomas Jefferson, Monticello, and Jack Jouett.
If you enjoy mystery and adventure like the Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew, Magic Tree House, or National Treasure, you’ll love author Steven K. Smith’s exciting middle-grade series. The stories are modern-day fictional mysteries with twists of real locations and events from Virginia history.