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Audience: 1st Grade - 3rd Grade
Ned dreams of being a dinosaur hunter, finding real fossilized dinosaur bones that can be displayed in museums. His father wants him to focus on work at their ranch. When Ned is out checking the fences for his father after a storm, he meets George, who travels with his own father to hunt for dinosaur bones. Will Ned find any dinosaur bones on his property? This book includes an Author's Note about fossil collectors in the 1870s and 1880s (the time period in which the book is set).
Similar books: Mary Anning: Fossil Hunter by Sally M. Walker
Date read: 12/23/2010
Dinosaurs Before Dark
Audience: 3rd Grade - 5th Grade
Eight-year-old Jack, and his younger sister, Annie, find a magic tree house, which whisks them back to an ancient time. There they find dinosaurs, and volcanoes, and adventure. This is book 1 of The Magic Tree House series. Join Jack and Annie for all their adventures!
Date read: 4/29/2009
Great book start off with this one before starting the rest.
Audience: Preschool - 1st Grade
Lovers of dinosaurs will adore this quick, fun early reader! Perfect for kids who like to wiggle when they read, each page has dinosaurs doing things that kids can do right along with them (hopping, flopping, twirling, and twisting are some of the actions). This is a simple early reader with only a couple words on each page, but it would also make a wonderful read aloud for younger kids. (Reading Level: 1.0)
Date read: 10/29/2010
Do Bananas Chew Gum?
Audience: 4th Grade - 7th Grade
Able to read and write at only a second grade level, sixth-grader Sam considers himself dumb. But feeling stupid is no simple matter. Like digging for treasure, there's no telling what you might find going on inside someone's head.
Date read: 3/27/2009
Do Not Pass Go
Audience: 7th Grade - 8th Grade
Deet has always known that he's different from other people: he just doesn't like the same things they do. He's worlds apart from his parents, whose common sense is nonexistent: to them, sense means buying a red Corvette when you've already run out of money. Deet keeps his life together because he's organized and efficient. When his dad is caught with drugs, arrested, and put in jail, Deet doesn't know how to hold it together anymore.
Date read: 5/14/2010
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