About this project
Hi, my name is Brian Russell, and I've created a full-color, dinosaur-laden children's book called, What I Remember About Dinosaurs.
The idea started when I thought about how my baby daughter will never learn about the brontosaurus that my generation grew up loving because scientists now say they never existed.
I wanted to make a book to share my love for dinosaurs and hopefully inspire a new generation to learn all about these creatures that have captivated the hearts and minds of millions of people. So I compiled a humorous book of facts I could remember.
The main goal of this Kickstarter is to give this book the best chance to succeed and give you all some extras along the way!
Your contributions will help pay for: proofs, printing, distribution, shipping, incentives, and marketing efforts.
There are tons of goodies to be had which you can read all about below. Everything from digital copies of the book, to desktop backgrounds, to custom prints of your favorite dinosaurs, signed books, magnets and more!
Please don’t let this idea go extinct.
The music used in the video was "Keyboard vocals no.2" by Marlo Eggplant (www.corpuscallosumdistro.com)
For samples of artwork, sketches and more, check out my website!
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The Apatasaurus was discovered before the Brontosaurus and then the Brontosaurus was found to be the same as the Apatasaurus, therefore, the Brontosaurus did not stop existing, but rather was found to be a mistake.
My book is meant to be fun first and foremost. And while I cannot dispute the scientific facts of the Apatasaurus happening first, the Brontosaurus did exist as a part of pop-culture (even if it was an inaccuracy) for most of my childhood, only to be told later that there was no such thing as the Brontosaurus, there was only the Apatasaurus.
Therefore, the Brontosaurus stopped existing.
I would easily say the same for Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster. :P
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