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The field mouse and the dinosaur named Sue

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Published by Scholastic in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Field Museum of Natural History -- Fiction.,
  • Dinosaurs -- Fiction.,
  • Fossils -- Fiction.,
  • Mice -- Fiction.

  • About the Edition

    A field mouse finds himself in the Field Museum when the roof of his former home is transported there with the rest of the bones of a dinosaur named Sue.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Jan Wahl ; illustrated by Bob Doucet.
    GenreFiction.
    ContributionsDoucet, Bob, ill., Field Museum of Natural History.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.W1266 Fg 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6897681M
    ISBN 100439099846
    LC Control Number00700369
    OCLC/WorldCa43794690


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One day while the field mouse is sound asleep he is woken up by loud banging, only to find workers searching for something/5(12). I love the illustrations in The Field Mouse and the Dinosaur Named Sue--they're engaging and charming. The text is pretty good too, but I feel like special effort is made to sweep Sue's complex legal situation under the rug in favor of displaying as many museum scenes as possible/5.

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rex ever found is given a whimsical treatment in this imaginative storybook. Determined to recover his bone, the Field Mouse sets out on a search that leads him all the way to the halls of the world-famous Field Museum in Chicago, and face-to-face with a million-year-old dinosaur named Sue.

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The Field Mouse and the Dinosaur Named Sue by Jan Wahl, illustrated by Bob Doucet My library has had its share of dinosaur fans. I remember my first year when I had several kindergartners who only wanted dinosaur books.

They've since moved onto middle school and the number of students interested in dinosaur books have. Get this from a library. The field mouse and the dinosaur named Sue. [Jan Wahl; Bob Doucet; Field Museum of Natural History.] -- A field mouse finds himself in the Field Museum when the roof of his former home is transported there with the rest of the bones of a dinosaur named Sue.

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and the Field Museum present."Pages: The Field Mouse and the Dinosaur Named Sue (Book): Wahl, Jan: A South Dakotan field mouse is inadvertently taken to Chicago in the box that contains the bones of Sue the dinosaur, and discovers that they are both now living in the Field Museum of Natural History.

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The field mouse and the dinosaur named Sue. Average Rating. 5 star (0) 4 star (0) 3 star (1) 2 star (0) 1 star (0) Author. Wahl, Jan. Tyrannosaurus rex is the most celebrated dinosaur of all time, and SUE is the most spectacular example of the species.

Discovered inSUE is one of the largest, and the most complete Tyrannosaurus specimen ever found. SUE - the fossil- is the crown jewel of the Field Museum in Chicago (and an internet celebrity). The Field Mouse and the Dinosaur Named Sue (Picture Book): Wahl, Jan: A field mouse finds himself in the Field Museum when the roof of his former home is transported there with the rest of the bones of a dinosaur named Sue.

This resource was created to go along with the book The Field Mouse and the Dinosaur Named Sue by Jan Wahl. I tried to make it go along with the book level (Guided Reading: J) and not be too complicated. There are 3 pages of vocabulary cards (18 words in all) and one page for the students to write a.

The Field Mouse and the Dinosaur Named Sue: Illustrated by Bob Doucet. Sue is the nickname given to FMNH PRwhich is one of the largest, most extensive, and best preserved Tyrannosaurus rex specimens ever found, at over 90% recovered by bulk.

It was discovered on 12 Augustby Sue Hendrickson, an explorer and fossil collector, and was named after ownership disputes were settled, the fossil was auctioned in October Species: Tyrannosaurus rex. This guided reading lesson for The Field Mouse and the Dinosaur Named Sue by Jan Wahl(you provide the books) includes a completed template with: introduction to the book -discussion questions -focus vocabulary -high frequency words to review -ELL connection -skills to pinpoint The page packet in 4/5(9).

A Dinosaur Named Sue book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Found in the Badlands of South Dakota inSue the dinosau 4/5.

When “Sue”, a Tyrannosaurus rex, is assembled, Field Mouse finally finds his missing roof as well as a new place to build his nest. This picture book combines a fictional creature (Field Mouse) with a real event – the discovery and assembly of SUE – a Tyrannosaurus rex whose bones were discovered in South Dakota.

OnChicago’s Field Museum of Natural History unveiled a display extraordinary not only for what it was—the largest ( m [42 ft] long), most complete, and best-preserved Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton ever discovered—but also for its unlikely name, Sue. The approximately 67 million-year-old fossil, named in honour of Susan Hendrickson, who.

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I tried to make it go along with the book level (Guided Reading: L). The Field Mouse and the Dinosaur Named Sue by Jan Wahl; Illustrated by Bob Doucet For as long as he can remember, the Field Mouse has lived beneath a bone in the North Dakota hills — until his home is found to be part of the largest, most complete T.

rex fossil ever found. What is your favorite book about Chicago. Oh, wow. There are so many great books set in Chicago. For children’s books, I’ve probably spent the most time with a picture book, one of my daughter’s favorites from when she was younger: The Field Mouse and the Dinosaur Named Sue, by Jan Wahl.

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The dinosaur, named Sue after the woman who first spotted its fossils, became the focus of an ownership dispute, which caught the attention of federal prosecutors.

[ Image Gallery: The Life of. Because the dinosaur’s metre- (5-foot-) long skull was too heavy ( kg [ pounds]) for the skeleton to support, a life-size cast was mounted to the rest of the skeleton for the exhibit. Sue’s actual skull was displayed on the museum’s second-floor balcony.

The fossil has been on permanent display at the Field Museum since May   Named for the woman who found the T. rex in South Dakota inSue is the largest, most-complete and best-preserved specimen ever unearthed. The museum bought the fossils at auction for $ The Field Mouse and the Dinosaur Named Sue by Jan Wahl (Bob Doucet, illustrator.

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