by Andreas Völlinger
Leo and his inventor aunt travel to the dinosaurs—unfortunately one of the huge creatures travels back with them and is suddenly standing in Aunt Agnetha’s garden!
Leo is to give a presentation on his favourite animal in class. But how is he supposed to observe an Apatosaurus that has been extinct for a long time? Luckily his Aunt Agnetha is an inventor who hasn’t only designed household robots, but also a time machine that takes them to the Jurassic to look at a living Apatosaurus! Disastrously, upon their return a huge dinosaur stands in the middle of Aunt Agnetha’s garden and gets its teeth into the neighbours’ rose bushes—until Leo shrinks it to dog size with Aunt Agnetha’s shrivel projector.
A great, wild and funny adventure. – Radio Bremen
This story is so entertaining that you start again from the beginning right away to learn once more about the great inventions and exciting adventures of Leo and his aunt Agatha. – www.kidsbestbooks.de
Südpol Verlag | 92 pp | 148 x 210 mm | with 44 b&w illustrations | Aug 2016 | 7+
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[original German title: Leos wilde Abenteuer. Dino-Alarm]