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Too Big to Hide How do you hide a pet dinosaur Taking care of a baby dinosaur is hard work And it s even harder when you can t tell anyone about him Frank and Sam are good at feeding cleaning and walking Peanut But

  • Title: Too Big to Hide
  • Author: Stacy McAnulty Mike Boldt
  • ISBN: 9780553521962
  • Page: 444
  • Format: ebook
  • How do you hide a pet dinosaur Taking care of a baby dinosaur is hard work And it s even harder when you can t tell anyone about him Frank and Sam are good at feeding, cleaning, and walking Peanut But their grandma has found a new fossil and it looks just like Peanut s horn only a thousand times bigger Will baby Peanut grow to be that huge, too How do you hiHow do you hide a pet dinosaur Taking care of a baby dinosaur is hard work And it s even harder when you can t tell anyone about him Frank and Sam are good at feeding, cleaning, and walking Peanut But their grandma has found a new fossil and it looks just like Peanut s horn only a thousand times bigger Will baby Peanut grow to be that huge, too How do you hide a dinosaur when he becomes as big as a house It won t be easy Especially when scientists come to the dig site to make a movie about the new fossil The hilarious Dino Files chapter book series follows a nine year old dinosaur expert, his paleontologist grandparents, a cat named Saurus, and fossils that might not be so extinct

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    1. McAnulty, Stacy Too Big to Hide (The Dino Files #2), illustrated by Mike Boldt. Random House, 2016. $4.99. Content: G.Frank and Sam are cousins staying with their paleontologist grandparents for the summer. (Well, their grandparents and their pet dinosaur, Peanut.) When a giant fossil is found on their land, a film crew shows up to make a documentary. But how can Frank and Sam hide their dinosaur from the curious film-makers? And why does it seem like the film-makers have a secret of their own?T [...]

    2. Really engaging novel for beginning readers about the grandson of a paleontologist grandmother who operates a Dinosaur Park with her husband. The grandmother's recent find draws an interested couple who are also paleontologists. They come to Wyoming to film a documentary of the recent find, yet the reader learns that each family harbors a secret they don't want the other to know. Both families each have a baby dinosaur that they are hiding. The story revolves around the grandmother's need to rec [...]

    3. When Grandma unearths a fossil that looks like Peanut’s horn only a lot larger Frank and Sam find it harder and harder to keep Peanut a secret. This is the second book in the Dino Files series and its first paperback edition. With its short chapter format and black and white illustrations, this book will appeal to new chapter book readers looking for a fun series to enjoy as they gain new skill in reading longer books. Book extras include a glossary of dinosaur related vocabulary, a sneak peak [...]

    4. I love these books for my 5 year old dinosaur obsessed son. They're cute, funny (even for grown ups, but especially for kids) and make you want your own pet dinosaur. I can't wait for more of these to come! We finished the first two books out loud in 4 days because we wanted to read them throughout the day instead of just bedtime :)

    5. Following up on the first book in The Dino Files series, this one continues to show how hard Frank and Sam work to keep Peanut, their baby dinosaur, hidden. It's a lot of work, and even though their grandparents know about the adorable but destructive creature, others don't--and that's the way they prefer to keep it. However, when a couple and their daughter arrive to make a documentary about a new fossil Gram has found, it won't be easy to keep Peanut a secret. But as it turns out, they have a [...]

    6. Life is complicated when you're hiding a baby dinosaur from the world. Nine year old Frank Mudd, "future paleontologist", has hatched a baby dinosaur at his grandparents' dinosaur museum and dig in Wyoming. And now his grandmother the paleontologist has found another fossil which looks to be related to Peanut, Frank's dinosaur. A crew of filmmakers arrives to make a documentary of the new find, and it turns out the filmmakers' daughter, Mary, has her own real dinosaur. And, to make matters more [...]

    7. Hiding any dinosaur no matter the size would be a feat. But this little dinosaur named Peanuts, makes it even harder for his owners, Frank and Samantha, when a little girl named Mary has a secret dinosaur of her own that Peanuts does not exactly like.Dinosaur reading fun for any one who ever wanted to know more about dinosaurs. Great book about exploration and archaeology as well.#dinosaurs #CB #hideandseek #ArchaeologyWritten by Stacy McAnulty, illustrated by Mike Boldt and published by Random [...]

    8. I didn't read the first one and now can't wait to! Loved that this ended on a cliff hanger. Such a well written and well paced book for elementary school kids

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