Neffy and the Feathered Dinosaurs

Publisher: Flying Eye Books

Review

Did the T-Rex have feathers? Find out by taking a tour of the dinosaur world with Neffy, a young microraptor (somewhere between a puffin and a vulture). She is on a quest to learn how to fly and to learn whether she can.

Along the way, she meets all the feathered dinosaurs - from a little Sinosauropteryx to the Troodon, a nocturnal hunter.

This is a wonderfully informative book, speckled with fascinating facts. It is beautifully illustrated by Joe Lillington and brings a whole new subject to life - and tells you how a little thing like feathers helped dinosaurs adapt and survive.

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