Call of the wild / written by Jack Wells

Nā: Wells, Jack [author.].
Kaituhi: Harding, David [author.] | Irwin, Robert, 2003- [author.].
Series: Irwin, Robert, Robert Irwin dinosaur hunter: book 5.Kaiwhakaputa: Sydney : Random House Australia, 2013Whakaahuatanga: 87 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.ISBN: 9781742750934 .Ngā marau: Irwin, Robert, 2003- -- Children's fiction | Dinosaurs -- Children's fictionDDC classification: A823.4 Summary: Robert is out camping in the outback with his family and Riley. The boys can hear dingoes howling to one another, and they imagine what it might have been like to hear muttaburrasaurus calling to one another. The fossil takes him back to the mid-Cretaceous in the dead of night, where they experience firsthand the unusual call of the wild.
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" A camping adventure unlike any other! Robert is out camping in the outback with his family and Riley. The boys can hear dingoes howling to one another, and they imagine what it might have been like to hear muttaburrasaurus calling to one another. The fossil takes him back to the mid-Cretaceous in the dead of night, where they experience firsthand the unusual call of the wild."

Robert is out camping in the outback with his family and Riley. The boys can hear dingoes howling to one another, and they imagine what it might have been like to hear muttaburrasaurus calling to one another. The fossil takes him back to the mid-Cretaceous in the dead of night, where they experience firsthand the unusual call of the wild.

For primary school age children.

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