Dragon's Dinner by Susannah Corbett
  

Synopsis

Dragon's Dinner by Susannah Corbett

A hungry dragon heads into the woods to see what he can catch for his lunch. He's soon chasing after a bear, fox, cat and other animals, desperately trying to munch them. When the dragon comes across a mouse, he soon discovers that the most unlikely animal might just fight back.

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An enchanting modern twist of a classic morality tale 5 to 7 Educator A beautifully conceived story book for young children, clearly and wittily written in verse. Witty and warm enough to be shared one to one, bold enough to be shared with a group and challenging enough to be used as an early 'free reader'. Altogether, a most enjoyable picture book for children between 3 and 9 years of age School Librarian A winning combination of excellent rhyming text and illustrations Nursery World A warming picture book in every way. Carousel There's enough jollity and silliness to have everyone sniggering along. Bookbag a beautifully conceived storybook for young children School Librarian A winning combination of excellent rhyming text and illustrations. Nursery World An enchanting, modern twist of a classic moral tale. 5 to 7 Educator

About the Author

Susannah Corbett

Susannah Corbett is a British actress who has worked in TV, film and the theatre, appearing in televisions series such as Peak Practice and Dalziel and Pascoe. But she says her most frightening experience was doing stand-up at The Comedy Store. This is her first picture book with Egmont.

David Roberts was born in Liverpool. He studied fashion design and worked in Hong Kong as a fashion illustrator before becoming a full-time illustrator. David has illustrated over 30 books, working with authors such as Philip Ardagh and Julia Donaldson.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Susannah Corbett
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Author's Website

www.susannahcorbettbooks.co...

Publisher

Publication date

5th August 2010

ISBN

9780340944233


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