Vigi the Viking and the Dream Dragon by Scoular Anderson

Vigi the Viking and the Dream Dragon

Written by Scoular Anderson
Illustrated by Scoular Anderson

9+ readers   Super-readable Dyslexia-friendly   11+ readers   
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Interest Age 8-12 Reading Age 8 A Viking comedy full of all kinds of skulduggery including double dealing over boat sales, Viking raids and lumpy porridge. Vigi is sure that the man offering to buy the Wave Worm, his father’s boat, is a crook but how can he prove it? Luckily Vigi is inventive as well as brave and he soon comes up with a way of making sure the cheating Sigurd Sharpnose cannot escape!

Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers.


Vigi the Viking and the Dream Dragon by Scoular Anderson

Vigi wants to be a Viking warrior, but the only thing he's ever really fought with is Grandma Grumpit's awful porridge! But when Vigi's father gets swindled by a band of pirates, Vigi and his friends set out on an adventure worthy of the Viking name. A fun, laugh-out-loud comedy.

About the Author

Scoular Anderson spent most of his childhood writing and illustrating stories. After his studies in graphic design at Glasgow School of Art, he worked as an illustrator before he started his writing career. Scoular's impressive portfolio contains the bestselling titles My First Joke Book and the popular How to be a - history series. He lives in Dunoon, Scotland.

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72 pages


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Barrington Stoke Ltd

Publication date

24th June 2013




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