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Dinosaur Habitat (Avon Camelot Books)

Griffith, Helen V.

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ISBN 10: 061321434X / ISBN 13: 9780613214346
Published by Sagebrush Education Resources, 1999
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Title: Dinosaur Habitat (Avon Camelot Books)

Publisher: Sagebrush Education Resources

Publication Date: 1999

Book Condition:Fair

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What if you suddenly found yourself in a Jurassic world of colossal reptiles, giant insects, and a smoking volcano? Ryan wants to stay forever. Nathan would go home NOW, if he could only figure out how. In the meantime, some of the dinosaurs have plans of their own for the two brothers. And the volcano looks ready to blow!

00-01 Minnesota's Maud Hart Lovelace Book Award Masterlist

About the Author:

Helen V. Griffith lives in Wilmington, Delaware. In Her Own Words...

"What I like about writing books is that I can sit and think about things that most adults never think about, and it's okay because I'm a children's book writer."

"I can imagine what my dog is dreaming about or what she and my cat discuss when I'm not around. I can design a time machine or make up a tall tale, and nobody says, "Grow up, Helen"--because I'm a children's book writer.

"I was born and raised in Wilmington, Delaware, and I work in the family business. We're distributors of roofing and siding materials, and I've never yet gotten a story inspiration from that. Most of my ideas seem to come from dogs I have known.

"My grandfather was part of our family and used to read to me a lot-the Sunday funny papers, turn-of-the-century primers, and The Arabian Nights. When I could read for myself, I read fairy tales, dog and horse stories, and comic books by the dozen.

"I started writing poems and the beginnings of novels by the age of seven or eight, but I was forty before I thought about writing for publication.

"For fun, I like reading (especially Anthony Trollope) and birdwatching, and I've just started learning to play old-time fiddle!"

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