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Connor and the Balboa Dinosaur

 

“An amazing friendship between boy and beast.” While visiting his grandparents on Balboa Island, Connor was pleased to learn that the island had a resident dinosaur named Fred. Even though he was warned to stay away from the dinosaur, Connor quietly sneaked up to view something very shocking. Even though Connor was afraid he too might be bitten, he looked very closely into the bright yellow eyes and saw a teardrop. This secret is what made the dinosaur so mean! What was the cause of that giant teardrop and how Connor was able to become Fred’s friend is the heart and soul of this touching story. Target audience, kindergarten to 3rd grades.

 

CONNOR AND THE BALBOA DINOSAUR

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    Connor and the Balboa Dinosaur —Penny Rodheim. While visiting his grandparents on Balboa Island, Connor was pleased to learn that the island had a resident dinosaur named Fred. Even though he was warned to stay away from the dinosaur, Connor quietly sneaked up to view something very shocking. Connor was afraid he too might be bitten. Looking very closely into the beast’s bright yellow eyes, he saw a teardrop. This secret is what made the dinosaur so mean. What was the cause of that giant teardrop and how Connor was able to become Fred’s friend is the heart and soul of this touching story.