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These books are amazing! ” Director Green swung on an imaginary vine. ” She swung a two-handed blow at the desk and chair. ” She gave a pretty good pirate’s Yaaarrr! “But the strangest thing happened today. I found a book in the collection that I had never seen before. ” Director Green reached into a pocket in her gown and pulled out a thin blue book with twisting silver designs. ” “Why, yes. ” Director Green opened The Book. “It has such strange pages. ” She handed me The Book, and turned to talk to Samantha.

You wait fifteen minutes, then meet us up there. Samantha knocks out the InvisiWall. ” said Sam. “Simple logic,” said Samantha. “You are looking for The Book. You wrote a note telling us to meet you at the museum. The 1990s room is the only room that has books. ” “Girls,” said Sam. “You’re lucky we came and rescued you,” said Freddi. ” “We don’t really need help,” said Fred. ” “Boys,” said Freddi. “Let’s just get The Book so you can get back to the past, and we can get our Book back in the future,” said Joanie.

He looked at me again. “You’re not kidding. This is so incredibly stupid. Even the dumbest subhumans in Demons and Dragons don’t make the same mistake five times in a row. ” Fred and Sam looked at me. “Such a chump,” said Fred. “Such a nitwit,” said Sam. ” “Okay! Okay! I get the idea,” I said. “The Book will turn up. ” “I’m not going back in that museum,” said Sam. He took one step down from the statue. And then out of nowhere, the scariest-looking robot I have ever seen or even imagined appeared in front of us.

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