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Sometimes fierce, sometimes really misunderstood, there are probably enough dragons in literature for every kind of reader. Ages 3 - 5.

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But that tickle makes her sneeze and suddenly your book is on fire! Enormously fun and imaginative, this interactive picture book will have readers blowing, tamping down, and flapping pages to help put out the fire. Ages 3 - 7.

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The two share much about their lives, their favorite hobbies and classes, and a mutual distaste for writing. At its heart a story of friendship overcoming differences, this rhyming picture book is a charmer. And, by the end, they both have a newfound appreciation for the joy of writing. Good books your faults will never see Or tell about them round the town. If you would have their company You merely have to take them down.

He has true friends for night and day Who has a few good books to read. There is a Land By Leland B. There is a land — A marvelous land — Where trolls and giants dwell; Where witches With their bitter brew Can cast a magic spell; Where mermaids sing, Where carpets fly, Where, in the midst of night, Brownies dance To cricket tunes; And ghosts, all shivery and white, Prowl and moan.

There is a land Of magic folks and deeds, And anyone Can visit there Who reads and reads and reads.

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Adventures with Books By Velda Blumhagen. Books are ships that sail the seas To lands of snow or jungle trees. Come, let us sail the magic ship. Books are trains in many lands, Crossing hills or desert sands. Come, let us ride the magic train. Books are zoos that make a home For birds and beasts not free to roam.

Come, let us visit in a zoo. Books are gardens, fairies, elves, Cowboys, and people like ourselves. And I can find with one good look Just what I want inside a book. Come, let us read! I had a Mother who read me lays Of ancient and gallant and golden days; Stories of Marmion and Ivanhoe, Which every boy has a right to know. I had a Mother who read me tales Of Gelert the hound of the hills of Wales, True to his trust till his tragic death, Faithfulness blent with his final breath.

I had a Mother who read me the things That wholesome life to the boy heart brings — Stories that stir with an upward touch, Oh, that each mother of boys were such!

The Dragon's End: And Other Children's Poems

You may have tangible wealth untold; Caskets of jewels and coffers of gold. Richer than I you can never be — I had a Mother who read to me. What is a Book? By Lora Daunt. A book is pages, pictures and words A book is animals, people and birds A book is stories of queens and kings Poems and songs-so many things! Books By Helen H. Chefs read cook books, Pirates?

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Little kids read lift-and-look books! We read books of poems and prose — Some of these and some of those. Reading in Bed By Helen H. With someone who loves you, A father, a mother, A doll, or a pet, Or a sister or brother,. A grandma, a grandpa, An uncle, an aunt — Can you think of anything better? While outside the sky Is all twinkling with light, From stars that shine down As we sleep through the night. Oh, what could be better Than sleepin in bed, When the books that you love Fill the dreams in your head?

Summer fading, winter comes — Frosty mornings, tingling thumbs Window robins, winter rooks, And the picture story-books. Water now is turned to stone Nurse and I can walk upon; Still we find the flowing brooks In the picture story-books. How am I to sing your praise, Happy chimney-corner days, Sitting safe in nursery nooks, Reading picture story-books. Books are for Looks By Isabelle Spooner. I Like a Book By M. Lucille Ford.


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I like a book. It tells me things Of ancient peoples and their kings And what they used to do; Of giants in some far-off land And things I hardly understand, Both make-believe and true. I like books. And so I try to treat them like a friend And many pleasant hours spend In learning what they know.

Books By Solveig Paulson Russell. Books are friends who take you far Wherever you would go, From torrid lands and jungle ways To northern fields of snow.


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  • Books bring us gifts from long ago And hints of future days, And lead the mind refreshingly On unfamiliar ways. Books are the chests of pirate gold Where wealth in stories lies As varied as the clouds that blow Across November skies. Reading Books By Vivian G. I like the books with stories in And also books of rhymes; I often try to learn a few And say them lots of times.

    I like to read all kinds of books I find upon the shelf — Particularly now that I Can read all by myself!

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    At evening when the lamp is lit, Around the fire my parents sit; They sit at home and talk and sing, And do not play at anything. Now, with my little gun, I crawl All in the dark along the wall, And follow round the forest track Away behind the sofa back. These are the hills, these are the woods, These are my starry solitudes; And there the river by whose brink The roaring lions come to drink. I see the others far away As if in firelit camp they lay, And I, like to an Indian scout, Around their party prowled about.

    Dragons in Silk. Death hovers just beyond Thomas, novice of the coca-driven St. Mad Brendan wars for Mad Brendan wars for gold and the powers of the sky gods of Machu Picchu. Thomas' death raven of endless journeys beyond time beats black wings, luring the wounded Dragons of Hiro. Fly Rex Fly.

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    Kevin Bower was born in Westmorland and now lives in Lancashire with his children who Kevin Bower was born in Westmorland and now lives in Lancashire with his children who have influenced much of his literary work. He spent five years caring for autistic children and now divides his time between working with adults with Into the Dragon's Maw. A warrior-monk is chosen for a final test, one that will propel him into a A warrior-monk is chosen for a final test, one that will propel him into a series of life-threatening situations time and time again.

    Along the way, the pacific martial artist develops some curious friendships with a little gnome thief you


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