Illustration by Robert Frank, from The Golden Book Encyclopedia, copyright 1983 Western Publishing Company, Inc.
The book gives a hint to its age by the photo of the "Stenonychosaurus" model, which now is known to be a species of Troodon. I like this illustration. It is a bit cartoony, with almost a Don Bluth feel, and Compsognathus is anachronistic to the late Cretaceous scene. It's also either a huge version, or the Euplocephalus, Triceratops, and corythosaurs are juveniles. But the drawing does have a nice, solid weight to it. Had I come across this page as a first- or second-grader, I would have lingered on this for a good, long time.
I've got a couple other old dinosaur books on hand that I'll feature in the near future, and I'll keep looking for new ones.
UPDATE: Image now clickable!