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Dinosaur Boy

Author: Ellis Delmonte
Publisher: Hawkwood Books
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Hidden in water reeds near their home, Maxy and Dan find a huge egg covered in strange markings. They hide it and keep it safe, hoping that it will hatch. And it does! Out comes a scared little creature, half human, half reptile. At first it is helpless but soon grows into Dinosaur Boy, clever and friendly but desperately lonely, sent to Earth from a distant, dying planet. He tells them of a second egg and they search everywhere, all the while hiding from bullies and a dangerous world. Only luck, daring and the kindness of strangers can save them. For ages 9 and over.


Dinosaur Boy

Author: Cory Putman Oakes
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Everyone knows the dinosaur gene skips a generation. So it isn't a complete surprise when Sawyer sprouts spikes and a tail before the start of fifth grade. After all, his grandfather was part stegosaurus. Despite the Principal's Zero Tolerance Policy, Sawyer becomes a bully magnet, befriended only by Elliot aka "Gigantor" and the weird new girl. When the bullies start disappearing, Sawyer is relieved-until he discovers a secret about the principal that's more shocking than Dino DNA. The bullies are in for a galactically horrible fate...and it's up to Sawyer and his friends to rescue them. "With issues like bullying, not fitting in, and heroism, this is a book that kids and adults will share and treasure. It's Wonder with dinosaurs and is sure to touch your heart." — P. J. Hoover, author of Tut: The Story of My Immortal Life "A wild and wacky adventure...with enough twists and turns to rival a roller coaster, DINOSAUR BOY is sure to appeal to wonderfully weird kids of every shape and size." —Kelly Milner Halls, award-winning author of Girl Meets Boy


Dinosaur Boy Saves Mars

Author: Cory Putman Oakes
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Dinosaurs, Martians, and mystery, oh my! Fans of Michael Buckley's NERDS and Dan Gutman's Genius Files will love this hilarious, action-packed adventure series. What would life be like if you were part dinosaur? When you're part Stegosaurus life can be a little crazy. (Yes, sleeping with plates is weird. No, dino-human hybrids do not have second brains in their butts.) But Sawyer's life is normal(ish) — until he's yanked aboard a UFO and sent on a mission to Mars. Sawyer, Elliot and Sylvie travel to Mars to find her missing father, but they find even bigger trouble. Mars is trying to kick Pluto out of the solar system. And the fate of both planets will be decided by the upcoming Pluto VS Mars soccer match. Of course. It's an intergalactic mess, and only Sawyer can save Mars, defend Pluto and protect the galaxy... "You thought your day at school was rough. Try being half dinosaur. Dinosaur Boy is a hilarious adventure and as sharp as a stegosaurus's tail, with twists and turns on every page...fantastic." —Nathan Bransford, author of Jacob Wonderbar and the Cosmic Space Kapow "Funny, fast-paced, and filled with surprising twists, Dinosaur Boy is a charming story about friendship, bullies, dinosaurs,and learning to live with being very, very different. The ending will have boys and girls roaring for more of Sawyer's adventures, and possibly wishing for their very own dinosaur genes!" —Nikki Loftin, author of The Sinister Sweetness of Splendid Academy and Nightingale's Nest


Boy and Dinosaur

Author: Daniel Roberts
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A young boy is rescued from a deserted island along with his dinosaur friend. When they catch the attention of a evil ringmaster, he steal the dinosaur for his circus. Can the boy and his friend, Aubrey, save the dinosaur?This is a fun easy-to-read chapter book for young readers. It also contains black & white drawings by cartoonist Daniel Roberts on every other page.


The Boy Who Cried Dinosaur

Author: Jody Thorsen and Jeremy S. Gates
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The Boy Who Cried Dinosaur


Dinosaur Boy

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Dinosaur Doodles

Author: Chris Sabatino
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Doodle the dinosaurs back from extinction with our newest book in a series that's sold more than 400,000 copies Dinosaurs roamed the earth 100 million years ago . . . and now kids can bring them back to life with page after page of fun and fascinating prompts. Doodle some sharp teeth on a Tyrannosaurus, a long neck on a Brachiosaurus, armored plates on a Stegosaurus-or have some dino-mite fun with the idea that dinosaurs still exist! Chris Sabatino is an illustrator and cartoonist who spends most of his waking hours doodling. He is the author of Pocket Doodles for Boys, Monster Doodles for Kids, and Superhero Doodles for Kids, and lives in Canton, Massachusetts


The Dinosaur Hunter

Author: Homer Hickam
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"A fascinating thriller, well crafted and relentless ... A cross between Tony Hillerman and Larry McMurtry, this is one hell of a good read."--Douglas Preston, author of Tyrannosaur Canyon and Blasphemy The cowboys who work on the ranchlands of Montana expect more than their fair share of trouble. One of them is Mike Wire, a former homicide detective. Mike is about to learn murder and mayhem can happen under Motnana's big skies, too. Beneath the earth lie enough dinosaur fossils to fill several museum collections---and make a fortune for whoever claims them first. Soon he will have to combine everything he learned as a cop with everything he knows as a cowboy to protect the people and the land he could never live without.


DINO THE DINOSAUR

Author: Paul Remster
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A Boy and His Dinosaur

Author: Wayne Kyle Spitzer
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When a recently orphaned boy befriends a juvenile T-rex, complications quickly arise--leading to a fateful, impossible decision ... He just looked at me, his little fore-claws opening and closing—a kind of prehistoric hand-wringing, I supposed. And it occurred to me—not for the first time—that, at least in the short-term, I might be his only means of survival; that, indeed, if I didn’t feed him he might very well starve. What did not occur to me, at least until he began sniffing the air between us and slowly moving toward me, is that I myself might be in danger—that, in lieu of more fish or perhaps even a big dragonfly, he might try kid. Might try lying little turd-wad who was going to start 7th grade next year. Might try Denial Boy who was still convinced his parents were marooned on a desert isle and would turn up any day. Which is when, having begun backing away, I tripped over an above-ground root and fell, sprawling, onto my back, at which instant the animal’s snout darted for my head and I screamed—only to find, seconds later, that it had not attacked me at all … but begun licking me; yes, licking me, sliding its great, pebbly tongue up and down my face, slathering my cold cheeks in gooey spit, breathing into my nostrils—filling the world with dinosaur. Filling it with heat and musk and stench. And filling it, too, with something else, something I’d been missing since the last time I’d seen my mother; a thing frowned upon in Grandma’s house (where the nape of the rugs always lay left to right and the plastic floor runners always gleamed and the books in their glass-faced cabinets always stood so silent, to be viewed and not read). Mere touch. Mere contact. Mere things coming into contact with other things. Like what I felt for Jenny or even my favorite T-shirt and wool blanket—the one with the U.S.S. Enterprise on it—like what I felt for my plastic model kits and comic books and beat-up fishing pole (even though I never used it). Something familiar, something secret. Something, I supposed, like love. Or what a boy could know of it.