The Prehistoric Planet (Galaxy Zack)

The Prehistoric Planet (Galaxy Zack)

Ray O'Ryan

Language: English

Pages: 128

ISBN: 1442467150

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Galaxy Zack blasts back to the past in this outer space chapter book adventure!

A baby pterosaur can’t find his way home, so it’s up to the Nebulon Navigators to return him to the Prehistoric Planet. And when Zack’s dad is invited on the journey, Zack finds a way to go along too! But as they blast off on the super shuttle, they hear a strange noise. Is it the pterosaur, crying for his mama? No, it’s...Zack’s dog, Luna, who has snuck onto the shuttle!

When the shuttle lands, Zack can't believe his eyes: The Prehistoric Planet is full of creatures that he’s only read about in books. Zack and the team of navigators head out in search of the pterosaur’s mother—and end up in the middle of an amazing adventure.

With easy-to-read language and illustrations on almost every page, the Galaxy Zack chapter books are perfect for beginning readers.

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back toward the white rock, Zack discovered that it was not a rock at all. It was a huge egg. A tiny creature stepped out of the egg. It let out another ear-splitting yell. Screeeeeeeee!!! “I’ve seen pictures of that animal,” Zack said to himself. “It’s a baby Tyrannosaurus rex! They’re cute when they’re small.” Suddenly, the ground began to shake. An earth-shaking roar split the air. ROOOAAAARRRRR! Zack looked up and saw a huge Tyrannosaurus rex rumbling toward him. “YAAAAA!” he shouted,

Prehistoric Planet!” Chapter 5 An Unexpected Trip That night at dinner all Zack could talk about was the Prehistoric Planet. He had had a great day at Nebulonics, but this amazing discovery was the biggest news of the year. “A team of scientists used a test model of the new Galactic Uplink telescope,” explained Dad. “And the Nebulon Navigators used star charts they had created during their missions exploring the galaxy.” “Like the mission I went on with them to Juno!” Zack said excitedly.

open. He pointed at the creature. “Wow!” said Zack. “A real live dinosaur from the past.” “Not from the past, Zack,” explained Captain Zorflane. “This pterosaur is right here, right now. And I think it is now ready to go home.” The pterosaur spread its wings and opened its mouth wide. Ka-caaaaw! Ka-caaaaw! The dinosaur’s cry echoed around the shuttle bay. “Captain Zorflane, I think you’re right!” said Zack, smiling. “Then what are we waiting for?” asked Dad. “Let’s go!” Zack and the rest

open. He pointed at the creature. “Wow!” said Zack. “A real live dinosaur from the past.” “Not from the past, Zack,” explained Captain Zorflane. “This pterosaur is right here, right now. And I think it is now ready to go home.” The pterosaur spread its wings and opened its mouth wide. Ka-caaaaw! Ka-caaaaw! The dinosaur’s cry echoed around the shuttle bay. “Captain Zorflane, I think you’re right!” said Zack, smiling. “Then what are we waiting for?” asked Dad. “Let’s go!” Zack and the rest

ship yet,” said one of the Nebulon Navigators. Then a much softer cry came from inside the ultra-shuttle. Ka-caaaaw! Ka-caaaaw! It sounded to Zack like the baby pterosaur was trying to answer the louder call. “We need to get our passenger out of the ship!” shouted Captain Zorflane. The Nebulon Navigators quickly rolled the cage out of the shuttle. Again a blast of wind swept through the jungle. Then came another ear-splitting shriek. KA-CAAAAW! KA-CAAAAW! The baby pterosaur in the cage

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