A Poor Excuse for a Dragon

A Poor Excuse for a Dragon

"Punchy dialogue and compact sentences should make this a read-aloud delight."-Publishers Weekly"Part-slapstick, part-fairy tale, the gently humorous plot has enough twists and turns to keep newly independent readers engaged."-School Library JournalFred the dragon has a list of tasks he must complete in order to be a successful dragon-none of which comes naturally. But he's determined to make #5-eat people-work. Before you can say "pass the salt" he's gobbled up three people even though he doesn't have the stomach for it. Luckily a local shepherd, with the help of a giant and a witch, knows how to cure what ails him and get those pesky people out of his belly. It's happily-ever-aft

Geoffrey Hayes
Random House

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