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The day the dinosaurs died

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How did the dinosaurs die? They were the biggest, most powerful animals that ever walked the earth. Now they are all gone -- extinct. Sixty-five million years ago, a giant asteroid slammed into Earth, with devastating effects. Paleontologist Charlotte Lewis Brown and artist Phil Wilson recreate what may have happened to the dinosaurs on that deadly day.

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Bell Memorial Library - Nunda J BRO (Text)
Children's Picture Books
32114100058701
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Bloomfield Public Library J EASY BROWN 2 (Text)
Children's Easy Readers
52133100095187
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Caledonia Library Association J 567.9 BRO (E) (Text)
Children's Easy Readers
32135100187570
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Clifton Springs Library J EASY BRO (Text)
Children's Easy Readers
52115100129413
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Geneva Public Library J BROWN (Text)
Ground Floor Children's Easy Readers
52118100200002
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Honeoye Public Library J (Text)
Children's Easy Readers
52120100093197
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Lima Public Library JER BRO (LEVEL 2) (Text)
Children's Easy Readers
52139009050967
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Macedon Public Library READER BRO (Text)
Readers
52121100300061
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Mount Morris Library J 567.9 Bro (Text)
Children's Nonfiction
52123100115937
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Phelps Library J Fic B-2 (Text)
Children's Easy Reader
52143100242135
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