How the Dinosaur Got to the Museum (How It Got to the Museum Series) (How the . . . Got to the Museum) by Blue Apple Books at Cmc Schools. SKU: 9781609050900. MPN: 9781609050900. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Acclaimed author/illustrator Jessie Hartland presents the fascinating 145-million-year journey of a dinosaur: a Diplodocus longus, from its discovery
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Acclaimed author/illustrator Jessie Hartland presents the fascinating 145-million-year journey of a dinosaur: a Diplodocus longus, from its discovery in 1923 in Utah to its arrival in the hallowed halls of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.
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