A diplodocus trampled my teepee Nick Falk and Tony FlowersMaterial type: TextSeries: Saurus streetNorth Sydney, Australia : Random House, 2013Description: 137 pages : illustrations ; 20 cmISBN:
- Saurus street : a diplodocus trampled my teepee
- PZ 7.F186 .D625 2013
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On the cover: "Nick Falk and Tony Flowers / Saurus street / A diplodocus trampled my teepee".
Adventure fiction. Saurus St is just like any other street except for the dinosaurs! Captain Saurus is a local legend. He was a pirate that had a dinosaur-bone leg and a magic glass eye that carries a terrible curse. It can bring dinosaur bones back to life! When Jack and Toby find the eyeball while camping, they unleash an avalanche of dinosaurs of every shape and size. To reverse the curse the kids have to solve the Captain's cunning clues quickly!