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LOST IN SPACE (August 1968)

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Copyright 1968 by Western Publishing Company, Inc.


DISCUSSION

The Space Family Robinson adventure depicted above deals with a giant Amoeba whose appetite seeks to devour other life forms. The setting is another planet much like Earth in the dinosaur age. The combination of space and dinosaurs is a popular theme for young people. A survey revealed these two subjects are among the most popular topics for children's stories.


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Lost in Space (October 1977)


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