Dinosaur Hunter

Dinosaur Hunter Fossil collectors In s Wyoming Ned Chapman dreams of finding a dinosaur skeleton When he discovers some old bones on his father s ranch Ned is thrust into the world of bone hunters men so compet

  • Title: Dinosaur Hunter
  • Author: Elaine Marie Alphin Don Bolognese
  • ISBN: 9780064442565
  • Page: 260
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fossil collectors In 1880s Wyoming, Ned Chapman dreams of finding a dinosaur skeleton When he discovers some old bones on his father s ranch, Ned is thrust into the world of bone hunters men so competitive that they will do anything to bring back the best fossils

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    1. Author: Elaine Marie AlphinIllustrator: Con BologneseTitle: Dinosaur HunterPlot: In the forntier of 1880's Wyoming, Ned wants nothing more than to hunt for fossils and dinosaur bones. One day while doing his chores he discovers fossils and adventure.Setting: 1880, WyomingCharacterL Ned, Pa, George SternPOV: 3rd personTheme: Dinosaur Fossil HuntingStyle: Chidren's Book, I Can Read (Picture/Chapter), Historical FictionCopyright: 2003Notes: This was like a mini-version of Indian Jones, complete wit [...]

    2. Dinosaur Hunter is a story about a boy in the 1880's in Wyoming. During the book, the boy is able to fulfill his dream of finding a dinosaur skeleton while he is digging on his father's ranch. During the book he encounters a man who tries to scam him for his find, but makes the decision to give his find to a team of fossil experts.This book would be interesting for a young child who is learning about dinosaurs and the idea of archaeology. While studying fossils, students often stumble upon the i [...]

    3. This book would be a good book to start a child out on that is wanting to read longer books. It is not too developed to discourage a student from branching out, yet it allows them to grow because of the "chapters" it provides. I could use this book in reading groups with students that are reading to begin transitioning to longer books. It would also be a good addition to the classroom library for a student to pick out and give a try if they feel ready.

    4. This story is nice for third-graders who are struggling. But it really only works for this purpose. I don't believe that third-graders can truly get absorbed in this particular text. However, if your third-grader is having difficulty with books like "Tornado" and "The Stories Julian Tells" (which I have also reviewed), this is an O.K. start.

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