Gr 1-3—Carballido and Pol retell the amazing story of how they excavated and reconstructed a 100-million-year-old titanosaur in Patagonia. The narrative begins with the discovery of a large bone by a man, referred to only as "gaucho," and his eventual meeting with the authors/paleontologists before seguing into a detailed account of how a team of paleontologists methodically uncovered multiple titanosaurs and transported them to the MEF Museum in Patagonia for reconstruction. With highlighted sections explaining vocabulary, special topics, and research methods, the book contains a lively mix of data, from details about sauropods to the day-to-day work of scientists. This title would work well for kids curious about the duties of a paleontologist. Gigena's beautiful, full-spread illustrations of the Patagonia terrain and the titanosaur are mesmerizing to look at. There are also color photos of the excavation and completed titanosaur skeleton featured throughout the book. VERDICT Consider for dino enthusiasts.—Meaghan Nichols, ASI Heritage, Ont.Copyright 2018 School Library Journal, LLC Used with permission.