Most young readers have heard of Tyrannosaurus rex and know it was carnivorous, or meat eating. But they'll be surprised to learn about Spinosaurus. It was bigger, though scientists think it did mostly eat fish. In this volume, essential for all dinosaur buffs, readers are introduced to 11 kinds of meat-eating dinosaurs. The main text and list of vital statistics give all the most important information about each: when it lived, how big it was, what it liked to eat, and more. Detailed illustrations accompany each dinosaur's entry in the book, allowing readers to imagine what it may have been like when alive.