Over at the Castle by Boni Ashburn
  

Over at the Castle

Written by Boni Ashburn
Illustrated by

Synopsis

Over at the Castle by Boni Ashburn

From the team behind Hush, Little Dragon comes another medieval-themed picture book. The adorable mama and baby dragon are back, but this time the focus of the book is on the occupants of the village, who spent their day spinning, cleaning, cooking, dancing and more. And then at the end of the day they look out their windows for a special surprise from their dragon neighbours. The folk song Over at the Meadow provides the inspiration for the counting game in the text. Readers will have fun counting along and poring over illustrations filled with the same sly humour of the duo's first book together.

About the Author

Boni Ashburnis the author of Hush, Little Dragon. Shelives in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan with her husband and four children. Visit her online at www.boniashburn.com. Kelly Murphyis the illustrator of Hush, Little Dragon and several other picture books.She lives in North Attleboro, Massachusetts. Visit her online at www.kelmurphy.com.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Boni Ashburn
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Publisher

Harry N. Abrams, Inc. an imprint of Abrams

Publication date

22nd February 2010

ISBN

9780810984141


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