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Newton and the Time Machine.

Newton and the Time Machine

By Michael Mcgowan

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Newton is bored. He's just saved the Kingdom of Merriwarts and helped his giant friends. So what does he do? He builds a time machine! This sequel to the award-winning Newton and the Giant sees ten year-old boy genius Newton try to travel back in time to see the dinosaurs, only to have his time machine stolen by history's greatest thieves, the leprechauns. Now, Newton has to get his time machine, while meeting new friends and enemies along the way.
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Title Annotation:Book Look
Publication:Kidsworld Magazine
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Date:Jun 22, 2008
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