A new nonfiction book, written by David Woetzel and illustrated by Richard Dobbs, is now available from Amazon and other sources.
Chronicles of Dinosauria, by Woetzel and Dobbs
The title might lead one to think it’s a fictional tale, but it’s not. Woetzel has written about the possibility that dinosaurs and pterosaurs have lived in human time and that some of them could still be living. The illustrations, by Dobbs, make this an impressive publication, although the focus appears more narrow than standard cryptozoology genre, more of a Young Earth Creation cryptozoology book. The format is appropriate for older children and teens, although it does not yet seem to be marketed for the younger generation especially.
Here’s a peak at the author’s introduction, courtesy of Amazon “Look Inside:”
Why is it important that we carefully study the past to achieve a proper view of origins? It is critical because such study sets up our worldview and becomes foundational to our whole philosophy of life today. Are we accountable to a Creator, or merely a cosmic biological accident?
The Bible states, “For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead” (Romans 1:20). A marvelous creation should inform us about the Designer and Maker of all that we observe around us, from the majestic mountains to the expansive oceans; from the starry cosmic light show to the incredible complexity of the single-celled bacteria.
. . . scientific progress sometimes involves astonishing new discoveries and concepts, and the previously-assumed ages of “prehistoric” fossils is now being disputed.