AJ Griffith’s New Book ‘Prehistoric Animals Break Into US Parks Book 3’ Follows the Escapades of a Young Boy and His Team That Protects the World From Dinosaur Attacks

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Aug 25, 2022

Fulton Books author AJ Griffith has completed his most recent book “Prehistoric Animals Break into US Parks Book 3: Sabertooths and Short-Faces in San Bernardino National Forest”:  a thrilling adventure centered around Markie, whose team takes up the charge to fight against dangerous prehistoric animals that have escaped into modern times through his father’s time machine.

“In this adventure, Markie and the team are heading for California,” writes Griffith. “In the San Bernardino National Forest, there is trouble brewing. Saber-toothed tigers and giant short-faced bears are creating great havoc. They are really dangerous and put the team in extreme situations. However, things are not what they seem. An unseen figure is watching the team’s movements and is doing whatever it can to hinder their efforts in succeeding in this mission.”

Published by Fulton Books, AJ Griffith’s book is the latest installment in the Ripped in Time series in which Markie and his friends come face to face with terrifying creatures of a bygone era. Readers will find their imaginations ignited as they follow along on this spellbinding journey full of suspense and dangerous prehistoric animals. With his friends by his side, will Markie manage to save the day this time, or will an unknown enemy prevent them from accomplishing their mission?

Readers who wish to experience this captivating work can purchase “Prehistoric Animals Break into US Parks Book 3: Sabertooths and Short-Faces in San Bernardino National Forest” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books

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