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Series: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (YA Series), No. 6
Author(s): John Peel
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Published: Paperback - 1995


Introduction (blurb)

Survival course

Ever since the Wormhole was discovered as a shortcut to the far off Gamma Quadrant, Jake Sisko has been dying to go through it. Not only is the one-of-a-kind stable Wormhole an incredible sight, but the trip through is a once-in-a-lifetime ride! Now, with a lot of urging from her students, Keiko O'Brien is leading a field trip through the Wormhole to Cetus Beta, a very safe, boring planet on the other side. What could possibly go wrong?

But then a Cardassian raider shoots down their Runabout! Now Jake, Nog, T'Ara, Ashley and the other students are trapped on a planet where plants rule: they move, run, eat... and scream. With a Cardassian search party closing in, the students find the Runabout is useless and their tricorders are missing. And then suddenly, Jake and his friends come face-to-face with a new enemy... one who threatens their only hope of escape!




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From Muppet Wiki

Written by  Sarah Albee
Illustrator  Joe Mathieu
Published  2007
Publisher  Reader's Digest
ISBN  0794412327

Field Trip! is a 12-page board book by Sarah Albee, with illustrations by Joe Mathieu.

The Sesame Street gang goes on a field trip to the natural history museum. Each page includes a special fact about the exhibits pictured. The book comes with four finger puppets (Elmo, Zoe, Cookie Monster, and Big Bird) which can be used interactively with the story. Each page has holes for the puppets to pop in and out of, making them part of the scenes.

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