Guess What I Found In Dragon Wood by Timothy Knapman
  

Guess What I Found In Dragon Wood

Written by Timothy Knapman
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Synopsis

Guess What I Found In Dragon Wood by Timothy Knapman

If you go down to the woods today, you never know what you might find. A curious little dragon meets a new friend, but he's not sure what to make of him at all. Apparently, it's called a Benjamin, but the Benjamin doesn't have any wings, scales or even a tail! Luckily, little boys AND little dragons like football, and the Benjamin soon teaches them a trick or two. If only the grown-up Benjamins were as friendly! Still, the unlikely pair remain the best of friends and the little dragon promises to meet the Benjamin's teacher one day ...or was that eat his teacher?!

About the Author

Timothy Knapman

Timothy Knapman is a children’s writer, lyricist and playwright. His children’s books have been translated into twelve languages and include Soon, illustrated by Patrick Benson, Time Now To Dream, illustrated by Helen Oxenbury, Dinosaurs Don't Have Bedtimes, illustrated by Nikki Dyson, and the bestselling Mungo and the Picture Book Pirate series. His titles have often been featured on CBeebies Bedtime Stories. He lives in Weybridge, Surrey. Read more about the author here.

Photo credit: Robin Farquhar-Thomson

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Timothy Knapman
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Author's Website

www.timothyknapman.co.uk/

Publisher

Puffin an imprint of Penguin Books Ltd

Publication date

28th October 2006

ISBN

9780141500577


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