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Get ready for more microsaur mayhem (and a bit of babysitting!) in Tiny-Stego Stampede, the fourth installment of Dustin Hansen's action-packed illustrated chapter book series!
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Danny and Lin have gotten pretty good at taking care of tiny dinosaurs, so when Lin's mom asks them to babysit her sister ChuChu, they're sure they've got it covered. After all, what better place to spend an afternoon than hanging out in the Fruity Stars Lab and playing with the microsaurs? They will be the best babysitters EVER!
But when the biggest microsaur they've ever seen starts a stego stampede, Danny and Lin realize they are up for their most important adventure yet. Not only do they need to stop the microsaurs from destroying the microterium, but they've also got to save ChuChu!
Praise for Microsaurs:
"Hansen’s imaginative, energetic story carries the feel of a video-game adventure. With its emphasis on technology, this light scifi romp provides a fun way for readers to make STEM connections or simply frolic among the dinosaurs." —Booklist on Tiny-Raptor Pack Attack
"The black-and-white illustrations add to the text and make this story a page-turner." —School Library Journal on Tiny-Raptor Pack Attack
"Video-game creator Hansen mashes up dinosaurs, futuristic technology, extreme sports, and other ever-popular story elements in his first novel, which launches the Microsaurs series.... Hansen’s peppy cartoons provide an up-close look at all the smaller-than-life action in this high-energy escapade." —Publishers Weekly on Follow that Tiny-Dactyl
"Hansen mixes fantasy, science fiction, and realistic fiction to create a fast-paced read for elementary readers. His whimsical illustrations of the dinosaurs make them appear as lovable pets." — Booklist onFollow that Tiny-Dactyl
*"*This fast paced book is full of action and the delightful illustrations will attract young readers." —School Library Connection on Follow that Tiny-Dactyl