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Secrets of Eromanga

Book Description
Long, long ago, a small ornithopod tries to survive as a plant-eater in a land of carnivores. Today, twelve-year-old Ellie Honeywell regards herself as an amateur palaeontologist. Ellie thinks she?s more familiar with ancient fossils than teenage boys, so when Tom Hart invites her to a fossil dig near Winton, she thinks her fossil-finding fantasies have come true. But why did Tom have to invite ... More
Book Information
PublisherLothian Books
BindingKindle Edition (3 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages96
Publication Date11/01/2011
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About Sheryl Gwyther (Author) : Hi Jacketflappers, I write stories for children in the 10-15+ age bracket. My first novel 'Secrets of Eromanga' was published by Lothian Books (Hachette Livre) Australia. It's an adventure set on a fo... more
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2/14/2008 Sheryl Gwyther said:
Ever have that experience when you write a story to have something similar happen in real life? In 'Secrets of Eromanga' the main character, Ellie unearths the 95 million year old dinosaur fossil on 'Eromanga Plains', an Australian sheep station. Recently, the owners of a sheep station near Eromanga... more

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