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The Escape of the Deadly Dinosaur: USA - Elizabeth Singer Hunt
The Escape of the Deadly Dinosaur: USA
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In this action-packed new series, nine-year old secret agent Jack Stalwart travels the globe in search of his missing older brother Max while solving international crimes for the Global Protection Force. In The Escape of the Deadly Dinosaur, Jack zooms to the city that never sleeps to try to... show more
In this action-packed new series, nine-year old secret agent Jack Stalwart travels the globe in search of his missing older brother Max while solving international crimes for the Global Protection Force. In The Escape of the Deadly Dinosaur, Jack zooms to the city that never sleeps to try to solve the mystery of the missing Allosaurus toe. Starting at the Natural History Museum, Jack's detection takes him to a competitive grade-schooler determined to win the science fair with his experiment crossing his own dog with the DNA from the bone of a dangerous, carnivorous dinosaur. Soon the gargantuan creature is terrorizing New Yorkers and Jack must stop him before he devours the animals in the Central Park zoo!
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781602860049 (1602860041)
Publisher: Weinstein Books
Pages no: 128
Edition language: English
Series: Secret Agent Jack Stalwart (#1)
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Bettie's Books
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4.0 The Escape of the Deadly Dinosaur: USA (Secret Agent Jack Stalwart #1)
bookshelves: fraudio, kiddlewinks, mystery-thriller Read in December, 2008 This is the second book of Secret Agent Jack Stalwart series. Great fun for youngsters.blurb - Allosaurus was a large bipedal carnivorous dinosaur measuring up to 12 m (39 ft) long. It was named 'different lizard' becau...
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Bettie's Books rated it
4.0
This is the second book of Secret Agent Jack Stalwart series. Great fun for youngsters.blurb - Allosaurus was a large bipedal carnivorous dinosaur measuring up to 12 m (39 ft) long. It was named 'different lizard' because its vertebrae were different from those of all other dinosaurs. It was the mos...
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