Concept Art Versus Final Art
Store Displays & Merchandising
Recollections of Warren Bosch
Design Sketches & Notes
The History of Tyco Toys
Color Mock-Ups
Actual Colors May Vary
The Very First Dino-Rider
MUSEUM Original Retail Prices
Story Development Materials
Product Line Notes & Presentations
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Toyland: An Inside Look at the Development of Dino Riders

Any fan of Dino-Riders or toy collecting in general must take a look at Toyland: The High-Stakes Game of the Toy Industry by Stern & Schoenhaus. The book offers an in-depth look into the world of toy making and covers all of the major toys producers, including Mattel, Tyco, and Hasbro. In addition, the book devotes several chapters to the development of the Dino-Riders toy line. It describes the two year period of time between the conception of the line and the final launching on December 26, 1987.  Some of the more interesting facts about Dino-Riders include:

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