Travel back in time to help prehistoric Maisaur hatchlings find their way back to the nest. Show a lost Apatosaur how to join its migrating herd. Feed a hungry Mosasaurus a fishy snack, and find your way past a grinning Carnosaur without getting snagged on his pointy teeth! These 37 fun-to-navigate m... read more
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Travel back in time to help prehistoric Maisaur hatchlings find their way back to the nest. Show a lost Apatosaur how to join its migrating herd. Feed a hungry Mosasaurus a fishy snack, and find your way past a grinning Carnosaur without getting snagged on his pointy teeth! These 37 fun-to-navigate mazes are geared toward readers ages 4 to 8. Complete solutions appear at the end, so no one will get stuck in the past!
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