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I didn’t know you knew magic,” I said. “I don‘t,” said Fred. ” He ran toward a stairway, then bounced back. “Watch out for those InvisiWalls,” said Sam. I looked around for a way to escape. “I think I know where we are. This used to be where they had the African mammals. ” We could hear Director Green and the three guys still counting. ” We took off running. We ran past giraffes, gorillas, and a herd of elephants. We jumped down a flight of steps, turned the corner, and ran straight into the SellBot.
It’s blue, and quiet, and cool. And it has an excellent pack of killer whales. But going to the museum on a class trip is a whole different story. You can’t go look at the war clubs in the Iroquois longhouse. You can’t hang around the stuffed gorillas. And you can never check out the rubber ants in the gift shop. You always have to stay together and answer the questions on the dreaded Museum Worksheet. So there we were—standing under the huge Barosaurus skeleton in the museum lobby with our whole class, listening to Mr.
It turned and floated out of the room. Our rescuer turned and looked Fred over. “Where on earth did they find that antique Yankees hat? ” Then she spied me. ” I looked at my beat-up, unlaced sneakers. “They look so authentic! But why are you in the 1890s room? ” Fred, Sam, and I looked at each other. We couldn’t quite figure out where we were. The lady and the robot looked like something from a hundred years in the future. Everything else looked like a hundred years in the past. “I’m Director Green,” said the lady.