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Dinovember

Fossil Display

The Main Library will have a small Fossil Display on loan from Dinosaur World. Stop by in the month of November to see these awesome artifacts!

View the Main Library’s Hours

Photo Contest

Send us a picture of the mischief your dinosaurs get into at your house during the night. The most creative entry wins a prize!

Email Your Submissions
to [email protected]


Virtual Classroom

Visit the WCPL Dinovember Virtual Classroom for links to great dino-resources!

Visit the Virtual Classroom


30 Days of Dino Activities

Click for a printable PDF

We’ve got a bunch of activities to keep the dino-fun going all month long!


Book Bundles

Use our “Ask A Children’s Librarian” form to request a bundle of up to 5 Dinovember themed books!

Ask A Children’s Librarian

 

“Jurassic World” AR Dinosaurs in Google Search

Search for a dinosaur on Google using a mobile device and tap “View in 3D” to rotate or zoom in and see it up close. You can then bring the dinosaur into your space with AR and adjust its size to understand how big it is in relation to the things around you. On Android devices, turn up your volume to hear the thudding footsteps and roars of each dinosaur.

Viewable dinosaurs include: Tyrannosaurus Rex, Velociraptor, Triceratops, Spinosaurus, Stegosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Ankylosaurus, Dilophosaurus, Pteranodon, and Parasaurolophus. (source Google Blog)

Learn How to See These Models


T-Rex Tour

You can see Sue the T-Rex at the Chicago Field Museum (once it is open again). In the meantime you can take a virtual field trip with Google!

Tour Sue the T-Rex


Thank You!

WCPL would like to give a big thanks to Dinosaur World for loaning their fossil collection for display at the Main Library and also to Refe & Susan Tuma, the creators of Dinovember and authors of the What the Dinosaurs Did children’s book series.