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Trail of Bones: Danger Boy Episode 3 (Danger Boy #3)

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"This cleverly plotted, engrossing read will appeal to maturing fans of Jon Scieszka’s ‘The Time Warp’ series." — SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL

Fresh from a dangerous time-traveling mission, Eli Sands and his friends Clyne, the dinosaur, and Thea, the scholar from Alexandria, are thrown into nineteenth-century America. While Clyne is stranded alone, Thea and Eli pop up at the star
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Paperback, 320 pages
Published August 14th 2007 by Candlewick Press (first published April 12th 2005)
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Mel Raschke
Eli Sands and intergalactic friend Clyne the evolved dinosaur and an Alexandrian scholar Thea, are thrown into late nineteenth-century America after an "minor" mishap with their plasmachanichal time-travel vessel. Unfortunately, Clyne is separated from his friends in potentially hostile and unknown territory. While Thea and Eli on the other hand, pop up at the beginning of the famous Lewis and Clark expedition (pre-Sacagawea). After Thea is taken from Eli as she is mistook for an escaped slave ...more
Ryan Burt
I don't know why I keep reading these. They havent been very good. Wouldnt really recommend them to anyone. But still there is a 4th one and I kind of want to read it to see what happens. Can you say sucker.
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I thought this book was cool I liked that it kept the plot line going, but it hasn't gotten to the point in the series yet where it is boring each book is something fresh and something new and has it own feel to it. Being a history nerd I enjoy that it gave a shout out to Lewis and Clark. I am excited to read the next book and see what new adventure awaits the characters and if they will ever get back to either present day or their homes. I hope the 4th book delivers like the other 3 have and th ...more
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"The Danger Boy books aren't just about history," says Mark London Williams about his middle-grade time-travel novels, an action-filled series dubbed "pulse quickening" by FAMILYFUN magazine. "Hopefully, the way the books are told speaks to a history of storytelling, too. With the reader's blessing, the stories also get unstuck from those histories, roam back and forth in time, make a little troub ...more
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