Northwest Bones
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Follow Timothy and Joshua as they explore a Pacific Northwest Forest finding the fossil of a Dinosaur. Secretly digging keeps them busy until big sister Vanessa finds the dig. Urged to reveal the Dino they turn the dig over to a scientist who bans them from the area. They, in frustration, explore elsewhere finding more bones and come in contact with a Sasquatch youth and t...more
Paperback, 452 pages
Published July 17th 2013 by MindStir Media
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Sarah
Received this book as a Goodreads FirstReads giveaway.
I really liked the plot points of the boys finding the bones and encountering the Bigfoot. I liked the developing friendship between the kids and Ibee. I wish these plot points would have been explored more rather than the introduction and focus on so many other peripheral events. I would have enjoyed the book more with the benefit of more editing to streamline the storyline. The events that occurred on the first flight to NY was unnecessary...more
Rebecca Vigil
Northwest Bones, a book that will appeal to young readers and those ‘young at heart.’ I am far from being a pre-teen but the book’s story took me back to my childhood and days of running through our neighborhood and nearby woods with vivid imaginations at work. The children’s adventure is set in reality but could easily have been one that transpired only in young minds eager to explore and create.

I can see myself reading this to my little girl when she gets a little older - too involved a story...more
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