Dinosaur Tales

Dinosaur Tales

by Thomas P Hopp
Dinosaur Tales

Dinosaur Tales

by Thomas P Hopp


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THE NEW WILD WEST-WHERE DINOSAURS LIVE AGAIN!Kit Daniels and Chase Armstrong, the young heroes of the Dinosaur Wars series, confront challenges in a near-future science fiction tale in which dinosaurs roam the earth again! This dynamic pair are strong male and strong female lead characters, capable of handling frequent dinosaur attacks and the demands of a budding romance as well. When huge long-necked Alamosaurs run amok in cities, Kit and her handsome ranger boyfriend are called upon to head them off at the pass. When surfers vanish on the Mexican coast, Chase and comical old Professor Ogilvey step in to save the day. When the great dinosaur herds start to migrate, the heroes put on their cowboy hats and become dinosaur wranglers! With so much going on, it's a wonder Kit and Chase can find time for each other at all. An exciting adventure for all ages and both genders.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781512216363
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/21/2015
Series: Dinosaur Wars , #4
Pages: 258
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.58(d)

About the Author

Thomas P. Hopp was born in Seattle, Washington, where he lived his earliest years in a housing project. Despite a tough start in life, good grades at West Seattle High School and the University of Washington as well as a perfect score on the Graduate Record Examination gained him entry to the Bio-chemistry Ph.D. program at Cornell University Medical Col-lege. He studied genetic engineering at Rockefeller University and went on to help found the multi-billion-dollar biotech-nology company, Immunex Corporation. He patented the gene for the immune system hormone, interleukin one, and advised the team that created Immunex's blockbuster arthritis drug, Enbrel. He also created the first commercially successful nano-technology device, a molecular handle called the Flag epitope tag. He worked with paleontologist Jack Horner, excavating bones of the nest-building duckbilled dinosaur Maiasaura. He published the brooding-to-flight hypothesis, in which wing feathers of birds developed first for nesting and then for flying. He plays guitar and bass, and has performed onstage with blues legend John Lee Hooker and rock supergroups The Kingsmen and The Drifters. He has lived in San Diego and on Manhattan Island. Nowadays he lives near Seattle.
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