I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
Our return yesterday left us with the worst jet-lag either of us has ever experienced and this pop up book was the most complicated reading I was capable of before passing out on the couch for the duration.
But boy, what a pop up book it is. I have 2 others in this series, one on Dinosaurs and one on Megafauna, and this one is at least as good as the others. The art work is amazing, and the explanations are perfect for young readers and old readers alike; I especially appreciate the pronunciation guide for each of the ancient beasts. I learned more than a little bit while reading/flapping the pages around and making 'nom nom nom' noises. The cats were super impressed with my ancient beasts impersonations.
I highly recommend this and the other books for anyone who still looks with wonder at a well made pop up book. No kids required.
I'm not cheeky enough to claim it, but this book would totally qualify for the Fear the Drowning Deep square of Halloween bingo 2018. ;-)