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Walking on Eggs
The book explains what the discovery tells us about the life of dinosaurs - whether they lived in groups, and how much they looked after their young. It goes into some detail concerning the interrelationships of the various species of dinosaurs that were found, explaining the cladistic approach to classification and what the study of the shells of the eggs tells us about their occupants. My feeling is that dinosaur-mad young readers might want something simpler. It's written for the non-specialist, but I think a bit of prior knowledge of palaeontology is useful when reading this book.