11,000 Years Lost

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Harry N. Abrams, Nov 1, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 336 pages
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Fascinated with the archaeological dig that is going on near her Texas home, eleven-year-old Esther magically travels back in time to the Pleistocene era and discovers first-hand how people lived at that time. Includes a list of sources and author's notes. Ages 10+.

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This book is about a girl named Esther who has found an arrowhead near her playground. She tells Dr. Durham, the archaeologist, what she has found. As she helps out at the dig every day throughout the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Gladdys Anuran - Goodreads

The Best. I've been looking for this for about 3 years now. I read and borrowed this on our library. When I again, decided to borrow it, it went missing. I forgot the name of the author of this book ... Read full review


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Peni R. Griffin is the author of numerous books for young readers, including "Switching Well," which was named an ALA Notable Book and a Best Book for Young Adults. Ms. Griffin lives in San Antonio, Texas.

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