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Will Solvit and the T-Rex Terror (Will Solvit #1)

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Will Solvit is a regular ten year old - or so he thought. With the help of his dad's crazy inventions, Will finds himself with a broken time machine, a hungry T-Rex, and a trail of secret letters to decode. Featuring amazing dinosaur fun facts, easy to read text, and a whole lot of mysteries to solve, Will Solvit makes a great companion for middle readers ages 6-11.
Paperback, 128 pages
Published March 1st 2010 by Parragon Publishing
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This was actually a pretty cute adventure read that will probably mostly apply to male middle grade readers. Will Solvit's father is an inventor who has created, amongst many other spectacular things, a time machine that can take Will back to prehistoric days -- because, of course, Will is absolutely obsessed with dinosaurs. Except, Will somehow ended up leaving his parents back with the dinosaurs but he managed to bring a baby t-rex back to present times -- oops! So now Will has to figure out h ...more
Another book for Thomas/Dad to read together. 1st in a new series with character Will Solvit, and to not give anything away, he will solve the mystery of his life and who he is in this new book. All of this while dealing with the T-Rex he brings back from the past to his present world. Along the way he meets a new friend (and I suspect future partner or at least on-going character), Zoe. The book mixes prose, with a few instered comic book style panels at times, and an intersting decoder (looks ...more
pleas letr me read this book
I enjoyed the story line.
The "decoder " that comes with the book was difficult to use at some points in the book because you couldn't lay the decoder flat onto the page since the picture you were trying to decode was near the center of the book. This maybe aggravating to children with fine motor skill problems.
In all the book I believe will entertain young readers, boys more than girls.
I thought this book was pretty stream-of-consciousness as far as plot goes. The writing was okay, though I don't think you have to use a butt or fart reference on every page in order to appeal to the 9-12 year old set. Just saying. That said, my 9 year old loved this book.
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I like this book because he gives you facts. It was amazing because you get to know your character very well because Will Solvit gives his name and he gives that he has no siblings. I like the author because of the he describe about Will Solvit and his family members.
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Zed Storm has lived in Japan for the past five years and is a master of several martial arts. He has a wolfhound called Max, and in his spare time plays the guitar and competes in triathlons. He likes to read about history, space exploration, and rare animals, and he came up with the idea for Will Solvit while camping in a Siberian forest.
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