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When the kids' old friend Jud Wheat comes to Green Lawn to raise funds for a dinosaur museum, he brings with him Tyrone the Tyrannosaurus. But after the show, all Jud's money disappears. Can Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose rescue Jud from this prehistoric pickle? When the kids' old friend Jud Wheat comes to Green Lawn to raise funds for a dinosaur museum, he brings with him Tyrone the Tyrannosaurus. But after the show, all Jud's money disappears. Can Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose rescue Jud from this prehistoric pickle?


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When the kids' old friend Jud Wheat comes to Green Lawn to raise funds for a dinosaur museum, he brings with him Tyrone the Tyrannosaurus. But after the show, all Jud's money disappears. Can Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose rescue Jud from this prehistoric pickle? When the kids' old friend Jud Wheat comes to Green Lawn to raise funds for a dinosaur museum, he brings with him Tyrone the Tyrannosaurus. But after the show, all Jud's money disappears. Can Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose rescue Jud from this prehistoric pickle?

30 review for The Talking T. Rex

  1. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie (Bookish Plans)

    Just finished reading this with my 9 year old and he loved it. He kept trying to guess who was the thief who stole the duffle bag full of money. I could see his mind working through details and clues with each chapter. Great book!!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Deepthi Herga

    My 7 - year old has finished the entire set of the A to Z mysteries (including all the super editions). I started reading them because I wanted to find out how good these mysteries are and after I started, I finished the entire set myself. This will be a common review for all the books in the set (so please forgive me if you see this repeated under another book). First of all, the mystery part of the book is fairly simple for an adult, but I can see how it can keep a kid engrossed. The characters My 7 - year old has finished the entire set of the A to Z mysteries (including all the super editions). I started reading them because I wanted to find out how good these mysteries are and after I started, I finished the entire set myself. This will be a common review for all the books in the set (so please forgive me if you see this repeated under another book). First of all, the mystery part of the book is fairly simple for an adult, but I can see how it can keep a kid engrossed. The characters are playful, around the same age as my kid now, so are very relatable. Yes, there are some characteristics which can be a little irritating, but they didn't really bother me too much as to take away from the stories. The other con is that these little kids are left unmonitored in many of their adventures (I am not a helicopter parent, but it felt a little strange, especially when they are out of the country altogether). That being said, now what I loved about the stories - 1) Most of the stories are based in different cities, and sometimes different countries, so the travel perspective is amazing. We, as a family, love to travel and every time the kids in the books traveled somewhere it made the story more exciting to me (as well as my kid). My kid had comments on how they went to Key West and later Washington D.C "just like us". 2) There are strong characters of both genders, the villains are of different genders as well, so the stereotyping is considerably less (there was a female pilot in one of the books that stood out to me) and I love it that girls reading the books have some good role models. I would always like more female strong characters shown ofcourse :). I'm sure my kids will be enjoying many more of the author's books in the future :)

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jeremiah Murphy

    I read this to my six year old in one sitting. She lives this series. Four stars because it held my daughter’s attention for one big read. As an adult reader, I always want a bit more from these stories. In this instance, I really wanted to know more about the thief’s motivation. I was disappointed in the character and wanted an explanation! Oh well, I’m not the intended audience. Maybe I can write my own fan fiction to this one.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Blue

    The mystery and characters were not bad in this book, but I found it more predictable. Unlike what impressed me about the first book, this one fell into giving details that clearly gave away the culprit by virtue of all details being important when there is no room for fluff.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Katt Hansen

    This one actually kept me guessing a little bit. While it might have been somewhat obvious who did it, there were enough red herrings to make you doubt yourself. Also, some nice thrilling moments in a giant T.Rex. A win all the way around for fans of the series!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Brynn

    Owen: I liked the way the T-Rex looked. Also, how easy the mystery was to solve.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Dolly

    We're working our way through the A to Z Mysteries and although this wasn't our favorite, it was a good book. A former character from "The Ninth Nugget" returns with an almost-life-size Tyrannosaurus Rex that he and his friends are bringing to schools around the country to raise money for their museum. When their money is stolen, it's up to Dink, Josh and Ruth Rose to help solve the case. We're working our way through the A to Z Mysteries and although this wasn't our favorite, it was a good book. A former character from "The Ninth Nugget" returns with an almost-life-size Tyrannosaurus Rex that he and his friends are bringing to schools around the country to raise money for their museum. When their money is stolen, it's up to Dink, Josh and Ruth Rose to help solve the case.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Simon

    Read these books when I was a kid and greatly enjoyed them, figured I'd give them a second read for kicks. I certainly recommend any young mysteries fan devote time to this series, it's certainly a grand adventure for a young mind, the imagery of Ron Roy's words and his settings and unique character descriptions and personalities really help kids imagine a whole movie in their heads as they read each exciting page. Read these books when I was a kid and greatly enjoyed them, figured I'd give them a second read for kicks. I certainly recommend any young mysteries fan devote time to this series, it's certainly a grand adventure for a young mind, the imagery of Ron Roy's words and his settings and unique character descriptions and personalities really help kids imagine a whole movie in their heads as they read each exciting page.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Katie Merkel

    In this book, Jud Wheat, who we met in "The Ninth Nugget," comes to Greenlawn...and he brings a T-rex with him. One thing I love about this series are the strong friendships and positive child-adult relationships. If your 1st-2nd grader likes dinosaurs and mysteries, I think he/she will like this book. In this book, Jud Wheat, who we met in "The Ninth Nugget," comes to Greenlawn...and he brings a T-rex with him. One thing I love about this series are the strong friendships and positive child-adult relationships. If your 1st-2nd grader likes dinosaurs and mysteries, I think he/she will like this book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Austin Ajit

    Ruth ,Josh and Dink "s friend Jud have came to the town with a robotic T rex to teach children about dinosaurs .After some time they will return to hometown and the use the money they made from taking the lessons to create the Dinosaur museum and the T rex will be the main attraction.But their money get stolen .Can they find the theif ? Surprise read it ........ Ruth ,Josh and Dink "s friend Jud have came to the town with a robotic T rex to teach children about dinosaurs .After some time they will return to hometown and the use the money they made from taking the lessons to create the Dinosaur museum and the T rex will be the main attraction.But their money get stolen .Can they find the theif ? Surprise read it ........

  11. 5 out of 5

    Hairdryer

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 2.5/5. It was just ok. I managed to find the one who stole the money but that's only because it's a childern's book - it was nice following the clues, it was a nice hour of reading with my cat on me. I liked the characters but I felt like it was too short and too linear. Again, this is a kid's book, so it's perfectly fine! 2.5/5. It was just ok. I managed to find the one who stole the money but that's only because it's a childern's book - it was nice following the clues, it was a nice hour of reading with my cat on me. I liked the characters but I felt like it was too short and too linear. Again, this is a kid's book, so it's perfectly fine!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Anthony

    When Jud Wheat brings his talking T.Rex to Green Lawn to earn money to build a museum, the duffel bag where he kept the money earned is stolen, it's up to Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose to help their friend locate the missing money, and catch the thief who stole it When Jud Wheat brings his talking T.Rex to Green Lawn to earn money to build a museum, the duffel bag where he kept the money earned is stolen, it's up to Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose to help their friend locate the missing money, and catch the thief who stole it

  13. 5 out of 5

    L.E. Fidler

    Fiona: it was good but at the end, things just started happening so fast and it wasn’t as good anymore. He needed to work on the pacing. Liam: it was okay. It was more boringer than some of the others tho. Regan: I liked it until the end where everything just happened...you know?

  14. 4 out of 5

    Tara

    I love the idea of a talking t-rex. Fun, quick mystery.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Mary Thomas

    Pretty good. Listened while we drove around town and then ate our snack at home.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Baconator

    Great for younger children, well written with developmental skills in mind.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Avery Denault

    I like how it was about a T. rex.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Pranav

    When Dean was talking on microphone and opening the mouth from the computer in Tyrano it looked like Tyrano was himself talking

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    Josh, Dink, and Ruth Rose help track down the thief who stole a bag full of money.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    Thank you, Dink Duncan, Josh Pinto, Ruth Rose Hathaway, and Ron Roy, for the childhood memories. These books helped me to become a lifelong reader and lover of mysteries.

  21. 4 out of 5

    aem

    Dink, Ruth Rose and Josh help their old friend Jud with a T-Rex display

  22. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Rothstein

    There were three kids dink,josh and Ruth Rose were on the search for the Montana money that someone stole from jud. Some think that it was jud,dean or scoop who stole the Montana money.there were thinking why would jud want to steal the money so they crossed off jud and when they found the money,they also saw a green Band-aid inside of the duffle bag with the money in it.so,they ask dean if he accidentally dropped the green Band-Aid but dean said that he didn't had a green band-aid so they took There were three kids dink,josh and Ruth Rose were on the search for the Montana money that someone stole from jud. Some think that it was jud,dean or scoop who stole the Montana money.there were thinking why would jud want to steal the money so they crossed off jud and when they found the money,they also saw a green Band-aid inside of the duffle bag with the money in it.so,they ask dean if he accidentally dropped the green Band-Aid but dean said that he didn't had a green band-aid so they took him off the list and the only one that was on the list was scoop. So,they went find him but josh saw footprints in their neighbors shed. So,an officer check it out and it was scoop's footprints.It was scoop who stole the money all along and was caught red-headed.

  23. 5 out of 5

    luhvBOOKS

    Title: The Talking T. Rex Author: Ron Roy Series: A to Z Mysteries #20 Rating: ★★★★ Summary: When the kids' old friend Jud Wheat comes to Green Lawn to raise funds for a dinosaur museum, he brings with him Tyrone the Tyrannosaurus. But after the show, all Jud's money disappears. Can Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose rescue Jud from this prehistoric pickle? Review: It's been too many years, and I still remember this cover. Wow :) Things I Loved: The T mystery! Things I Hated: N/A Title: The Talking T. Rex Author: Ron Roy Series: A to Z Mysteries #20 Rating: ★★★★ Summary: When the kids' old friend Jud Wheat comes to Green Lawn to raise funds for a dinosaur museum, he brings with him Tyrone the Tyrannosaurus. But after the show, all Jud's money disappears. Can Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose rescue Jud from this prehistoric pickle? Review: It's been too many years, and I still remember this cover. Wow :) Things I Loved: The T mystery! Things I Hated: N/A

  24. 4 out of 5

    A_Cathy

    A to Z Mysteries- The Talking T. Rex written by Ron Roy is a chapter book containing 10 chapters about 8 pages each chaper. It is 85 pages in total. A friend Jud comes back to town with a surprise (a T-Rex) and the adventures start. The friends are lead on a who done it mystery. This book is for 2nd-5th grade, I think 6th grade would find it babyish. Since it involves a T-Rex I think more boys will be interested in it than girls.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Carrie

    These are good easy reader books for maybe 2nd or 3rd grade readers. I think they can be enjoyable for older (4-5th graders) too, but the reading level is younger. The characters are cute and the mysteries aren't very scary. It is always good to read about kids in good friendships who are using their brains. These are good easy reader books for maybe 2nd or 3rd grade readers. I think they can be enjoyable for older (4-5th graders) too, but the reading level is younger. The characters are cute and the mysteries aren't very scary. It is always good to read about kids in good friendships who are using their brains.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Marlee

    So far, we've read the entire series in order. I read them to my 6 and 10 year old. They have enjoyed all of them. This book didn't seem to hold their attention as much as some. However they did still enjoy it. It was easy to solve. I think my kids had this one figured out almost right away. A fun series to share with children. So far, we've read the entire series in order. I read them to my 6 and 10 year old. They have enjoyed all of them. This book didn't seem to hold their attention as much as some. However they did still enjoy it. It was easy to solve. I think my kids had this one figured out almost right away. A fun series to share with children.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ann Moody

    This series is just average. We have read this one and another (White House White Out) and in both cases the kids get into unrealistic situations with dangerous grown ups at all hours of the day and night. If that doesn't bother you and your kid likes the stories, they are okay. This series is just average. We have read this one and another (White House White Out) and in both cases the kids get into unrealistic situations with dangerous grown ups at all hours of the day and night. If that doesn't bother you and your kid likes the stories, they are okay.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Ali

    Jud sets up a fake Tyrannosaurus named Tyrone. He does shows with him to make money. But, one day when Jud goes to check on his money, it's gone! Can Dink, Josh and Ruth Rose help Jud find out who took his money? I really like this book. It is super cool. You have got to read it. Jud sets up a fake Tyrannosaurus named Tyrone. He does shows with him to make money. But, one day when Jud goes to check on his money, it's gone! Can Dink, Josh and Ruth Rose help Jud find out who took his money? I really like this book. It is super cool. You have got to read it.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Sarah - All The Book Blog Names Are Taken

    Eleanor says: I don’t want to spoil the book for you but there was a criminal. We figured it out pretty quickly. There were a lot of suspects. OK I admit it, there were a couple. But we figured the suspect that made the most sense couldn’t be the bad guy because it was too obvious.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lara

    The T Rex didn't really talk, so I don't know why they called it this. The T Rex didn't really talk, so I don't know why they called it this.

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