The Disappearing Dinosaurs

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Lyrick Publishing, 1999 - Dinosaurs - 141 pages
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Wow! What a bunch of bones!

Dinosaurs roar into Oakdale! Dinosaur fossils, that is. These bones are headed to an exhibit at the Oakdale College museum. The unveiling of the exhibit promises to reveal the newest prehistoric discovery -- the Mundioraptor. And David Barnes is working on an interactive display that will bring the creatures to life! But someone has very different plans for the newly discovered creatures. A mystery phone caller threatens to smash the valuable bones. Guarded by four Dobermans and a high-tech security system, the fossils at first seem safe. Then, just as David, Samantha Kepler, Joe Talbot, and Wishbone "TM" get a sneak peek at David's work, the electricity goes out! Trapped inside the dark museum, they realize that someone will go to any extent to make sure these dinos stay extinct!

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Brad Strickland was born in New Hollard, Georgia in 1947. He received a Ph.D. in American literature from the University of Georgia. He has been a Professor of English at Gainesville State College since 1987. His first novel, To Stand Beneath the Sun, was published in 1986. Since then he has written or co-written over 60 novels. His books include The Ghost in the Mirror, The Vengeance of the Witch-Finder, The Doom of the Haunted Opera, The Hand of the Necromancer, The Tower at the End of the World, The House Where Nobody Lived, and The Sign of the Sinister Sorcerer. In 2001, he received the Georgia Author of the Year Award in the Children's/Young Adult Division for When Mack Came Back. He has also co-written books in several series including Wishbone, Star Trek, and Are You Afraid of the Dark?

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