Dinosaur Bob and His Adventures with the Family Lazardo: 1 by William Joyce

By William Joyce

A relations brings a most unique keepsake domestic after holiday during this vintage photo booklet from the intense brain that introduced you The excellent Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore.

The Lazardo relatives has introduced again a unusual memento from their journey to Africa…a dinosaur! Ah, yet Bob is the pleasant kind of dinosaur. the sort who enjoys taking part in the trumpet and tossing round a baseball. Bob is an immediate local hit…until his love of chasing automobiles together with his puppy friends stirs up hassle with the police for “disturbing the peace.” yet it’s the Pimlico Pirates’ establishing online game and Bob’s love of baseball could simply be his get-out-of-jail-free card…

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