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The Behemoth Dinosaur in the Land of Uz, El Dinosaurio Behemot En La Tierra de Uz

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Carvings and fossils of dinosaurs with humans have been seen in various caves around the world. These carvings and fossils have been tested to provide evidence that proves these fossils are not as old as we've been told.

A salted lake was formed in MINUTES in Japan's earthquake in 2011. If it had occurred during the time when the motion picture was not available, science wo
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Paperback, 30 pages
Published July 1st 2014 by WestBow Press
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Jason Stanley
Oct 29, 2016 Jason Stanley rated it did not like it
Everything about this book seemed perfect. It's a children's book about a dinosaur. What kid doesn't like dinosaurs? It's a children's book about a place called Uz, a place we read about in the Bible. It is told in English and Spanish, a brilliant addition to every child's library, both English and Spanish-speaking.

The story is disjointed and hard to follow. Many children, including my own daughter, got bored with it quickly. The behemoth is named Dippy and comes from a random verse in Job 40:”L
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Kristin
Jul 08, 2015 Kristin rated it liked it
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This is a really cute children’s book starring a behemoth dinosaur, Job the child, and the people of Uz. It’s a bilingual story, split into parts, the first in English, then in Spanish. The story is about the people of Uz who are afraid of the behemoth dinosaur because he’s different, and they are scared he will take all their food and water when he lives there as well. As the story progresses, the people learn that sharing, even wi
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