A supposedly extinct animals who looks like a mountain in motion can be an alarming kind of friend, but Huck, the Indian boy, and his friends, twins Joan and Joey Brown, found that George, the shy stegosaurus, could also be very helpful.
Huck lived on an Oregon reservation with old Opalo, the former medicine man. Isolated and lonely, he was an unhappy boy until a banana and a resort vacation brought the four friends together. From that day on Huck had no time to worry about being less modern than the other Indians. Picnics, fishing, and Indian wrestling (which they always let George win) kept Huck, the twins, and George busy.
Then George, with his pea-sized brain, decided to look in on the Huckleberry Festival. His three pals, not sure that the festivalgoers would be happy to see their large friend, hid him under a tent and then the fun began!
Huck, an Indian from an Oregon reservation, and his friends Joan and Joey Brown have a wonderful time with George, the stegosaurus in this sequel to The Shy Stegosaurus of Cricket Creek.