In two additions to the Eyewitness 3-D series, readers once again place a mirror in the center of a double, mirrored image to get a three-dimensional effect. In 3-D Space, readers witness the Shuttle blastoff, a view of the earth from space, the sun's spots and the dramatic birth of a star. 3-D Dinosaurs invites readers to view a Dimetrodon emerging from behind a rock, an Apatosaurus by the water and Triceratops in the woods. Other information about flora and fauna from these ancient times, plus precursors to modern animals, such as ostrich's ancestor, Gallimimus, augment the 3-D viewing. ( Feb.)
Reviewed on: 01/01/2001 Release date: 01/01/2001 Genre: Children's
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