The Dodos Did It

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The Dodos Did It
Author : Alice McKinley
File Size : 46,7 Mb
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Language : English
Release Date : 29 April 2021
ISBN : 9781471181238
Pages : 34 pages
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The Dodos Did It by Alice McKinley Book PDF Summary

A brilliantly funny story about dodos, a dinosaur, and being VERY careful what you wish for, from the creator of Nine Lives Newton. Jack doesn’t just like dodos, he LOVES them. So when his dearest wish for a pet dodo comes true, surely Jack will be the happiest he’s ever been, EVER. Unless, of course, Jack wishes for more and more dodos and his new pets cause complete chaos, and no one believes that the dodos did it because dodos don’t exist and everyone blames Jack for everything. Maybe it's time for Jack to think about wishing for something completely different . . .

The Dodos Did It

A brilliantly funny story about dodos, a dinosaur, and being VERY careful what you wish for, from the creator of Nine Lives Newton. Jack doesn’t just like dodos, he LOVES them. So when his dearest wish for a pet dodo comes true, surely Jack will be the happiest he’

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