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Matt The Rat's Incredible Creations/ Las Creaciones Increibles de…

by Lorenzo Liberto

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0974366838, Library Binding)

When the family’s old television set finally breaks after being watched too much, Matt the Rat and his sister Maggie are so bored that they don’t know what to do. With some helpful advice from Grandma, though, Matt and Maggie soon realize their creative potential. A pet dinosaur made from recycled aluminum cans, an erupting volcano from baking soda and vinegar, and even their own robot—what will Matt and Maggie think of next?

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:18:07 -0400)

When their old television set finally breaks, Matt and Maggie do not know what to do until Grandmother advises them to invent things that will keep them from being bored.

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