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Bronto and the Pterodactyl Eggs

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ISBN13: 9780984442249
ISBN10: 0984442243
Condition: Standard
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Imagine — amid the leafy branches of a pear tree, you come upon a nest of tiny pterodactyl eggs. You look all around, but their momma is nowhere to be seen. What do you do? Having found just this, one kind-hearted Apatosaurus must seek a way to protect these fledglings.

In this tale of caring and camaraderie, join the world's bravest Bronto on his quest to help little wings take flight!

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In Bronto and the Pterodactyl Eggs, first-time author and illustrator Charlotte Vivian Rodenberg brings to us a heartwarming tale of one lone Apatosaurus who must protect a nest of tiny pterodactyls from the dangers of the Jurassic. Through breathtaking watercolor and ink paintings, and a language for all ages, we are carried to a world of unexpected joy as we discover Bronto, his heart as big and warm as the afternoon sun, and four of the world's newest dino-fledglings.

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Charlotte and her husband live in Portland, Oregon, where she maintains her writing and studio practice. Charlotte originally wrote Bronto and the Pterodactyl Eggs as a puppet show that she performed for children. She received a fellowship at the Jentel Artist Residency Program in Wyoming where she began the illustrations for the book. She used the Oregon lava fields, gorges, and waterfalls as her inspiration.

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seebiscuit48, January 4, 2013 (view all comments by seebiscuit48)
We loved this story and the illustrations are beautiful. A must read for young children.
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Product Details

ISBN:
9780984442249
Author:
Rodenberg, Charlotte Vivian
Publisher:
Craigmore Creations
Subject:
Children s-General
Subject:
Nature & the Natural World
Edition Description:
Trade Cloth
Publication Date:
20120531
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Language:
English
Pages:
32
Dimensions:
10.5 x 9.5 in
Age Level:
from 4

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"Synopsis" by , In Bronto and the Pterodactyl Eggs, first-time author and illustrator Charlotte Vivian Rodenberg brings to us a heartwarming tale of one lone Apatosaurus who must protect a nest of tiny pterodactyls from the dangers of the Jurassic. Through breathtaking watercolor and ink paintings, and a language for all ages, we are carried to a world of unexpected joy as we discover Bronto, his heart as big and warm as the afternoon sun, and four of the world's newest dino-fledglings.
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