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2005 Dinosaur Calendars



Dinosaur calendars to adorn our walls and desks!  I searched calendars.com 
but there are other good sites.

"Dinosaurs: 2005 Deluxe Wall Calendar"
"Trained as a paleontologist and anthropologist, John Gurche works at a level 
of realism and accuracy that more than satisfies his main clientele: 
institutions such as the Smithsonian, the Field Museum, and the American Museum 
of 
Natural History, and periodicals like National Geographic and Natural History. 
(He is also well known for his contribution to the film Jurassic Park.) 
Archaeopteryx, Stegosaurus, Allosaurus, and the dread Tyrannosaurus rex are 
among the 
dinosaurs who spring to life in this calendar's twelve vivid color plates, 
each accompanied by an informative description."

"Dinosaur Pop-Up: 2005 Wall Calendar"  (This one is illustrated by John 
Sibbick.)
"Introducing a new concept in calendar design, this pop-up wall calendar 
brings to life the awe-inspiring dinosaurs of eras past in three-dimensional 
illustrations. From the hand of the most respected dinosaur illustrator comes 
scenes out of the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods. Vibrant pictures 
are 
accompanied by facts and statistics about extinct beasts that dinophiles of 
all ages will enjoy. Each illustration incorporates the most current scientific 
information on the appearance and behavior of dinosaurs."

"Dinosaurs: 2005 Deluxe Wall Calendar"
"Wildlife artist Karen Karr illustrates this calendar for 2005 with a 
fascinating pictorial record of the world of dinosaurs, complete with 6 
removable 
postcards and 16 stickers. Her powerful, evocative paintings, widely acclaimed, 
are commissioned and collected by publishers and museums of natural history. 
The calendar features international holidays, moon phases, inset photos, 
descriptive text and a bonus page featuring mini grids for 2004, 2005, and 
2006. Also 
includes a bonus page for May â August 2004 and another for September â 
December 2004."

"Dinosaurs: 2005 Wall Calendar"
"Study the dinosaur family tree, courtesy of the Boston Museum of Science. 
These long-extinct prehistoric creatures can only be found in the form of 
fossils, which leave scientists and scholars debating on their origin and their 
place in history. Learn more about these diverse dinosaurs with this 2005 Wall 
Calendar. Paintings by Larry Felder. The calendar includes days of the week, 
months and international holidays in English, French, Spanish and German as 
well 
as moon phases. Also included is a bonus page featuring September â December 
2004."

"Create Your Own Dinosaur Calendar: 2005 Wall Calendar" 
"Here's a chance for kids to color their own dinosaur scenes every month of 
the year. Twelve different dinosaurs are presented in their natural habitats, 
from plated and feathered species to the fearsome Tyrannosaurus Rex to mild 
plant-eaters, along with a lesson about each dinosaur. Included are 150 color 
stickers to mark special dates and occasions and to decorate favorite projects. 
Illustrations by Ivy Rutzky."

Mary