Dinomaze is a collection of over 50 anatomically correct, colossal fossil mazes with paths through the skeletons of Allosaurus, T. Rex, Velociraptor, Triceratops, giant sloth, saber-toothed tiger, and other ancient animals. Drawn by Elizabeth Carpenter from actual fossil mounts in the American Museum of Natural History, the illustrations are dazzling. Even more fun, they are also challenging mazes-start at a tail, for example, find your way through the rib cage, and exit at the mouth. The mazes are printed on a poster-size pad--tear off a sheet to work on the floor or the wall-and each comes with information about the animal, including the meaning of its name, when the creature lived, its habits and its habitat. Interspersed are skull--only speed mazes--how fast can you get through the Styracosaurus head? Ingeniously, the poster-size book is rolled and packaged inside a tube that's shaped like a big bone fresh from a paleontological dig. The shaft of the bone is a sturdy cardboard tube; the ends, white molded plastic joint shapes.