Parasaurolophus is known for the trumpet-shaped crest on its head, which makes a low sound similar to the one elephants or whales make when communicating among their species. Readers learn this and other interesting facts about this dinosaur, such as what it ate, the places it called home, and how it survived among predators. This compelling material is presented through an age-appropriate text to enhance students' knowledge of these prehistoric creatures. Readers uncover additional information in captivating fact boxes, colorful illustrations, and well-organized diagrams. This text keeps readers entertained while also aligning with a fundamental science curriculum topic.