A Family of Sauropods

Five Family-Friendly Historical Fiction Graphic Novels About the Prehistoric World

November 22, 2022
In our opinion, one of the best ways to spend quality time with your family is diving into the incredible natural history of our planet. Let your family’s imagination and sense of wonder run wild with Rextooth Studio’s prehistoric graphic novels about the creatures that once reigned supreme across our planet.

Entertain and educate the entire family with one of our top five prehistoric graphic novels—SUE: Welcome to the World of Tyrannosaurus Rex, Sauropods: The Largest Animals to Ever Walk the Earth, Fifty Million Years of Whales, End of the Ice Age, and Mammoth is Mopey.


SUE: Welcome to the World of Tyrannosaurus Rex


In 1990, SUE, one of the largest and most complete Tyrannosaurus Rex fossil specimens, was discovered in South Dakota. SUE’s discovery inspired imaginations across the planet, including Rextooth Studio’s own award winning author/illustrator Ted Rechlin.

Embark on a fantastic adventure into the world of Tyrannosaurus Rex in this exciting graphic novel, SUE: Welcome to the World of Tyrannosaurus Rex. Welcome to the world of T. Rex—SUE’s world.

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Mammoth is Mopey

Introduce the youngest members of your family to the wonderful world of natural history in Mammoth is Mopey, by David and Jennie Orr. Featuring adorable alliterations and imaginative illustrations this engaging children’s book is sure to make learning fun for the entire family.

Recognizable and obscure animals alike, we are sure Mammoth is Mopey will be your child’s new favorite educational prehistoric alphabet book.

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Sauropods: The Largest Animals to Ever Walk the Earth

Get to know everyone’s favorite long-necked mesozoic marvel in Sauropods: The Largest Animal To Ever Walk the Earth from Rextooth Studios. Author/illustrator Ted Rechlin teams up with Sauropod expert Dr. Cary Woodruff to take our readers on a prehistoric journey and get to know the largest creatures to ever walk the earth.

Embark on a journey of epic proportions to find out what it’s like to be over 120 feet long and weigh more than 70 tons in Sauropods: The Largest Animal To Ever Walk the Earth.
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Fifty Million Years of Whales

Fifty Million Years of Whales, a deep sea graphic novel, takes you on an exciting journey through time following the evolution of the world’s largest marine mammals. From their origins on land to the pressures facing them today, this exciting graphic novel breaks down the long history of the mighty whale and the legends they inspired.

Introduce your family to some of the world’s most fascinating mammals in this fantastically illustrated historical whale book, Fifty Million Years of Whales.
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End of the Ice Age

Travel back more than two million years in End of the Ice Age and dive into the stories of survival and change across the planet. Educate and entertain the entire family in the chilly world of Mammoths, Dire Wolves, Woolly Rhinos, Giant Sloths and Saber Tooth Tigers created by author/illustrator Ted Rechlin.

End of the Ice Age is an educational, prehistoric adventure for the whole family that beautifully illustrates the epic battles and survival of the Ice Age’s most iconic animals.

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About Rextooth Studios

Rextooth Studios creates compelling stories to educate readers of all ages about science and natural history. After all, it’s never too early to start learning about the history of our planet.

The stories woven by the Rextooth Studios team live beyond the pages of graphic novels on t-shirts, puzzles, pins, and buttons that are sold in museums, resorts, zoos, aquariums, and bookstores across the US and right here on the Rextooth website. Rextooth Studios is excited to help you stock your shelves or find your family’s next favorite natural history story.