Tales of a Dinosaur: J.Aelwyn Roberts: 9780953949441.

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I hope you like strange things the way I do.  We’ll be on a hike on an ordinary trail, and, if I remember to look, I can find out-of-the-ordinary things to see. Here are a few a examples that you might enjoy too:

My first example sounds boring.  Rocks.  What could be less interesting than rocks?  Yet, we hiked down a trail, and the next thing I know I’m urging, “Nona, Nona, camera, camera! You gotta take this one!”

I did make up a story in my own mind about these rocks:  An old wizened scientist with a long neck and tiny head went walking with her dog behind her and discovered a three-toed dinosaur fossil lying on the ground in front of her. She yelled, “Eureka, I’ve found it!”  Then, her very smart dog asked in a barking voice,  “Now where’s the rest of that dinosaur?” They never could find it. End of my made-up story.

“Don’t be a dinosaur … evolve and innovate! While changing is not easy, becoming an unconventional thinker is worth the effort. It can help you become open to new ideas, creative, flexible and willing to take the risks necessary to innovate and win.”

I hope you like strange things the way I do.  We’ll be on a hike on an ordinary trail, and, if I remember to look, I can find out-of-the-ordinary things to see. Here are a few a examples that you might enjoy too:

My first example sounds boring.  Rocks.  What could be less interesting than rocks?  Yet, we hiked down a trail, and the next thing I know I’m urging, “Nona, Nona, camera, camera! You gotta take this one!”

I did make up a story in my own mind about these rocks:  An old wizened scientist with a long neck and tiny head went walking with her dog behind her and discovered a three-toed dinosaur fossil lying on the ground in front of her. She yelled, “Eureka, I’ve found it!”  Then, her very smart dog asked in a barking voice,  “Now where’s the rest of that dinosaur?” They never could find it. End of my made-up story.

“Don’t be a dinosaur … evolve and innovate! While changing is not easy, becoming an unconventional thinker is worth the effort. It can help you become open to new ideas, creative, flexible and willing to take the risks necessary to innovate and win.”

Dinosaur Tales is a 1983 short story collection by Ray Bradbury . Several of the stories are original to this collection. Other stories were first published in Collier's and The Saturday Evening Post magazines. The collection contains over 60 pages of illustrations by Gahan Wilson , William Stout , Steranko , Moebius , Overton Loyd , Kenneth Smith and David Wiesner .

I hope you like strange things the way I do.  We’ll be on a hike on an ordinary trail, and, if I remember to look, I can find out-of-the-ordinary things to see. Here are a few a examples that you might enjoy too:

My first example sounds boring.  Rocks.  What could be less interesting than rocks?  Yet, we hiked down a trail, and the next thing I know I’m urging, “Nona, Nona, camera, camera! You gotta take this one!”

I did make up a story in my own mind about these rocks:  An old wizened scientist with a long neck and tiny head went walking with her dog behind her and discovered a three-toed dinosaur fossil lying on the ground in front of her. She yelled, “Eureka, I’ve found it!”  Then, her very smart dog asked in a barking voice,  “Now where’s the rest of that dinosaur?” They never could find it. End of my made-up story.



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