Shy Stegosaurus of Cricket Creek bargain book Evelyn Sibley Lampman

Shy Stegosaurus of Cricket Creek bargain book

Author: Evelyn Sibley Lampman
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ISBN 9781930900370219 pages5.5 x 8.5 inches paperback
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Bargain books have been returned from our wholesaler and may have bumps and dings. We put new jackets on them if needed and they will have a remainder mark. If you're not happy with the book you receive, it may be returned, but that hasn't happened once since in over twenty years! Suppose you were hunting around in the desert for a fossil and instead you found a real (and very large) dinosaur, genus Stegosaurus. Joan and Joey Brown did! Only nobody would believe they had found one, which was just as well because George (as they called him) was very shy. He was a loyal friend, though, and he did his best to help the twins with their schemes to make money to finance their mother’s dry little ranch on Cricket Creek. George ate sagebrush, looked for fossils, and fought an airplane (which he thought was a pterodactyl) with faithful enthusiasm, but his nut-sized brain often made him more hindrance than help. Especially when he went after the bank robber! Mrs. Lampman has told her hilarious story so convincingly that you’ll be looking for dinosaurs around every mesa. And who knows? Maybe you’ll find one!

Bargain books have been returned from our wholesaler and may have bumps and dings. We put new jackets on them if needed and they will have a remainder mark. If you're not happy with the book you receive, it may be returned, but that hasn't happened once since in over twenty years!

Suppose you were hunting around in the desert for a fossil and instead you found a real (and very large) dinosaur, genus Stegosaurus. Joan and Joey Brown did! Only nobody would believe they had found one, which was just as well because George (as they called him) was very shy.

He was a loyal friend, though, and he did his best to help the twins with their schemes to make money to finance their mother’s dry little ranch on Cricket Creek. George ate sagebrush, looked for fossils, and fought an airplane (which he thought was a pterodactyl) with faithful enthusiasm, but his nut-sized brain often made him more hindrance than help. Especially when he went after the bank robber!

Mrs. Lampman has told her hilarious story so convincingly that you’ll be looking for dinosaurs around every mesa. And who knows? Maybe you’ll find one!