How to Defeat Dragons by Catherine Leblanc, Roland Garrigue
  

Synopsis

How to Defeat Dragons by Catherine Leblanc, Roland Garrigue

The next paperback installment in the How to Banish Fears series, How to Defeat Dragons is a book for kids who are afraid of these giant mythical creatures. Written by a psychologist to help children face their fears, How to Defeat Dragons is filled with zany illustrations that will make confronting these scary, scaly beasts fun for kids. Also included are stickers that will delight young readers. This book is a follow-up to the popular How to Mash Monsters, How to Get Rid of Ghosts, and How to Demolish Dinosaurs. They breathe fire, wield sharp claws, and flap their giant wings. Even the bravest of knights are afraid of dragons. In this helpful book, you will find all the unbeatable tricks for destroying these scary, scaly beasts! With whimsical text and illustrations, How to Defeat Dragons will help kids banish their fears--and have fun doing it! Kids will love these clever tricks and tips for getting rid of dragons.

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A great nighttime read for younger kids, and one that should be easy enough for the kids to read themselves as they get a bit older. Film Reel

About the Author

Catherine Leblanc lives in Angers, France, where she was born. A trained psychologist, she writes novels and poems for children and adults.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Catherine Leblanc, Roland Garrigue
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Publisher

Insight Editions, Div of Palace Publishing Group, LP

Publication date

7th May 2014

ISBN

9781608874125


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