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The Last Dinosaur (Kids of Einstein Elementary #1)

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Steffi, Kenny, and Jose stumble on a quantum space-time dislocator--disguised as a port-a-john--which transports them to the time of the dinosaurs, just a few hours before a meteor will hit the earth--the meteor that rendered the dinos extinct!Graphing and other mathematical skills help the kids escape--just in time!
Mass Market Paperback, 64 pages
Published July 1st 2004 by Cartwheel
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Dec 30, 2014 Johnny Bennett rated it it was ok
This kind of cute early reader involves math as an under girding plot device. Unfortunately, I feel some of the words may be too difficult for the people who would read this story on their own. Still would make a fun read aloud.
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