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The Wild World of Buck Bray: Danger at the Dinosaur Stomping Grounds

 
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Buck and Toni, along with the rest of the Wild World of Buck Bray TV crew, head to Utah's Canyonlands National Park to film an episode about the canyons and rock formations as well as the ancient people who once lived there. When they learn about dinosaur fossils nearby, they decide to include that in their filming. But soon, Buck and Toni find themselves in danger at the Dinosaur Stomping Grounds, as they try to discover who is behind the vandalization and theft of the area's ancient artifacts.

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Specifications

  • Hardcover (9781585363681): 240 pages, 5.5 (w) x 7.5 (h), © 2017, 09/15/2017
  • Paperback (9781585363698): 240 pages, 5.5 (w) x 7.5 (h), © 2017, 09/15/2017
  • PDF (9781534103078): 240 pages, 5.5 (w) x 7.5 (h), © 2017, 09/15/2017
  • Hosted ebook (9781534103221): 240 pages, 5.5 (w) x 7.5 (h), © 2017, 09/15/2017
  • Subject: Language Arts, Natural Sciences
  • Series: The Wild World of Buck Bray

Leveling

  • Suggested Interest Level: Age 8 - Age 11
  • Suggested Reading Level: Grade 4
  • Lexile® Measure: 740
  • Guided Reading Level: T
  • Accelerated Reader® Quiz: Pending

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Author: Judy Young

Judy Young remembers writing a poem for her grandmother when she was about ten. Her grandmother encouraged her to keep writing, and Judy did! Judy is the author of over twenty children’s picture books and her first children’s novel, Promise. Judy’s books are used extensively in the public schools and have received numerous awards and honors. One of the most cherished is hearing LeVar Burton read A Pet for Miss Wright for Reading Rainbow Storytime Video to celebrate National Reading Month. Another, was watching as R is for Rhyme, A Poetry Alphabet was performed by the University of Utah’s Creative Dance Program.

Judy received her MA in Speech and Language Pathology from the University of Tulsa and formerly worked in the public schools for 20 years. Her first book was published in 2001, and in 2004, Judy left the schools to fulfill her dream of writing full-time. A frequent speaker at schools, children’s lit fests and professional educational conferences, Judy’s firsthand experience in the schools makes her programs not only entertaining, but directly related to school curriculum.

Judy resides in the Bear River Range near Mink Creek, Idaho, with her husband, Ross, a professional artist, who illustrated two of Judy’s books. They have two grown children and several dogs. In her spare time, Judy enjoys hiking, fishing and gallivanting around the country in “Arlo,” the Young’s traveling studio.