Publish date: 1992
Publisher: Van Holkema & Warendorf
Pages no: 159
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Picture Books
Earlier this year, after moving into my new place, I dug up some of the boxes in my parent’s basement to consolidate and prune my collections. Of course, digging up some childhood favorites, I had to pause to flip through them again, reminding me of days past when there was plenty of time to read, w...
*5 + infinity Stars**The Gush* I can't state enough how much I love this book. This book and the sequel were some of the few books I ever bought for myself during my childhood that weren't either at Walmart or at a used bookstore (if the book is in perfect condition, isn't it always better to get mo...
I didn't know it at the time, but pretty much I had kids so I could go through the dinosaur phase with them. Again. I love dinosaurs. We have a membership at the local science museum mostly so that I can go and stare at the bones and imagine their munching grandeur. I mean, yeah, the kids like the g...
Dinotopia has been one of my favorite books since I first discovered it back in elementary school. The illustrations are fantastical and delicious, and just the thought of a mysterious journal chronicling a lost and forgotten island where dinosaurs and humans live together...well, it was magical.I s...
A fondly remembered book from my own youth that I was very excited to finally share with my own kid. It is actually even better than I remember. I don't remember it ending on such a cliff hanger though! Dang you James Gurney!
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