5 edition of There"s a dragon downstairs found in the catalog.
Although she is afraid, Sophie is determined to confront the dragon that she thinks she hears downstairs at night.
|Other titles||There is a dragon downstairs|
|Statement||written by Hilary McKay ; illustrated by Amanda Harvey.|
|Contributions||Harvey, Amanda, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.M19126 Th 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||2003015239|
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Hearing noises downstairs at night sounds magnified and scary to young children. The little girl in this book is ready and willing to try to get rid of what she perceives to be a dragon in the darkness of night and invents ways that might help.
The art on the pages helps make the idea of 5/5(4). Theres a Dragon Downstairs by Hilary McKay is a fabulous book for all ages.
It tells the story of an over-imaginative young girl who hears the sounds of a growing dragon every night. Despite her parents informing her there is no dragon downstairs; she is determined to fight him off herself and bravely wears her armour and fire-fighter outfit/5. There's a Dragon Downstairs by Hilary McKay and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at There's a Dragon Downstairs.
Bestselling author Hilary McKay, explores in a highly imaginative way, the fears and anxieties which small children can feel when. Get this from a library. There's a dragon downstairs. [Hilary McKay; Amanda Harvey] -- Although she is afraid, Sophie is determined to confront the dragon that she thinks she hears downstairs at night.
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Perfect for read-aloud or giggle-filled bedtime story-time, There’s A Dragon In Your Book is a fun, interactive book that will amuse and charm both little and older readers.
Fletcher’s funny an endearing text and the stamping, blowing, and flapping interactive elements wi Watch out, that egg in your book is about to hatch into an adorable /5.
McKay and Harvey offer a resolution both comforting and logical to the perennial issue of noises in the night. Every night, Sophie hears a dragon "Rattling through the cat flap. Slinking to the living room. Growing and growing in the dark." But by the time she stumbles down, dressed in cardboard armor, carrying a "pump-action supersonic water squirter," or dressed in her princess outfit, the.
"There was a dragon downstairs at Sophie's house," the story opens unequivocally. From her bed, the girl hears him "Rattling through the cat flap.
Slinking to the living room. There's a dragon downstairs at Sophie's house. She knows he is there. She can hear him rattling and snuffling - slinking through the rooms. She is scared, and hides beneath the bedclothes.
But when he comes again, Sophie grows bolder she picks up her sword and shield. She will go downstairs and fight that dragon.
This is a book about childhood imaginings. Sophie grows braver through the. Best-selling author Hilary McKay explores in a highly imaginative way, the fears and anxieties which small children can feel when the house is dark and full of shadows. Buy There's a Dragon Downstairs by Hilary McKay, Amanda Harvey from Waterstones today.
Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ There’s a Dragon in Your Book is a Children’s Choice Award finalist. I purchase the book to add to our library collection so that my students can participate in the voting process.
I’m glad I did – it is a fun book. I think it will make a great addition to our picture book collection/5(). Little Max attends storytime in the library and then goes to the shelf to find a book.
What he finds instead is an egg that shakes itself open and hatches a dragon. When he tries to report it, mom, dad, the head librarian and his teacher all chalk it up to his imagination.
Finally, he persuades Officer Riley to investigate the ever-growing dragon, which munches on books with a crunch, crunch. Play hide-and-seek with a dragon, a crocodile, a gorilla and all sorts of weird and wonderful creatures.
Want to learn more about our colourful collection of books and gifts. Talk to. A story for every kid who wants a pet dragon. When Billy Bixbee finds a tiny dragon in his bedroom, his mom tells him, “There’s no such thing as a dragon!” This only makes the dragon get bigger.
He grows, and grows, and grows, until he’s bigger than 5/5(6). They can tickle the dragon’s nose, flap the book like wings, and much more. It gives a really enjoyable interactive element, which will definitely please book lovers and even those a little reluctant when it comes to reading.
I might be an adult, but I still found myself smiling as I read There’s. Buy There Is No Dragon In This Story 01 by Carter, Lou, Allwright, Deborah (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(59). Book: Theres No Such Thing As A Dragon, Freebie: Authors Purpose, Theme: creativity/imagination Sunday, Billy wakes up one morning to find a little dragon in his bedroom.
He runs downstairs to tell his mother and she tells him that there is no such thing as a dragon. By the time Billy came back downstairs the dragon had grown so much he filled the hall.
Billy had to go around by of the living room to get to his mother was. 'I didn't know dragonsArew so fast!" said Billy "There's no such thing as a dragon!" said Mother firmly. Poor old dragon. Nobody wants him in their story. Not Goldilocks, not Hansel and Gretel – no one.
But Dragon will not give up! He shall continue on his course of finding someone who wants him in their story. ANYONE. His boundless enthusiasm surely won't get him into any trouble.
Surely A glorious story about dragons, heroes and one very big sneeze. From author Lou Carter, a phenomenal new.There's No Such Thing as a Dragon by Jack Kent (known for his syndicated comic strip King Aroo) is the hilarious story of Billy Bixbee who awakes one morning to find a dragon, the size of a kitten, on his bed.
He pats the dragon on its head and its tail begins to wag. When Billy goes downstairs to tell his mom about the dragon, he hears, "There's no such thing as a dragon."Author: Amy Pertl-Clark.Come for the imagination, and stay for the artwork.