The Book of the Lion by Thomas PerryWhen Professor Dominic Hallkyn receives an anonymous phone call late one night from a voice claiming to possess a priceless Chaucerian manuscript presumed lost forever, he doesnt know how to react.Such a find could irrevocably alter the history of literature, as well as his career, and yet, he cant know if the caller is legitimate or merely a student playing a prank. Hallkyn soon finds himself in a scramble to meet the callers demands, culminating in uncompromising suspense and a devilish plot twist. Perry takes his readers on a mad dash through the twisting streets of Boston in a struggle for this unique historic artifact that may be doomed to disappear from history...this time for good.
Can I Have a Stegosaurus, Mom? Please!?
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Thank you! A stegosaurus would scare monsters from his room, help him clean his plate at dinner, escort him trick-or-treating, take him to the North Pole to deliver a Christmas list. He has found an immense egg in the woods, so the question is no mere hypothetical. It's forced, and one-joke funny. The illustrations, sometimes haunting and sometimes baffling, are soft-edged; they are full of dramatic angles and lighting effects. Picture book.
Can I? Descriptive Annotation: A little boy asks his mom if he can have a pet Stegosaurus and then proceeds to tell her what he would do if he had one. He would ride it around town, play games with it, take it trick or treating, travel on it to the North Pole to visit Santa, and have it sleep with him to scare monsters away. He explains that the most important reason he wants a Stegosaurus is because he found a large egg in the forest, but what is in the egg is not what you would expect. The illustrations are vivid and the illustrator uses a shadowing technique that is used to give hints about what is going to happen next in the story. Students will need to know what a Stegosaurus is before reading this book. Linguistic and Cultural Diversity Analysis: This book does not emphasize cultural diversity.