Drag it Out Dragon by Martin Holland
  

Synopsis

Drag it Out Dragon by Martin Holland

A loveable young dragon leads his parents a merry dance whilst delaying his bedtime.A new twist on a tale familiar to parents everywhere, one that kids will love to read again and again.This great children's hardback book, aimed at 3-7 year-olds, has been receiving rave reviews among local parents and on social media, which has lead to a full launch early in 2016. Excellent full colour illustrations accompany the story line, in combination with a very distinct design aimed at making the book really stand out.

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Format

Hardback
36 pages

Author

Martin Holland
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Publisher

Legends Publishing

Publication date

14th April 2016

ISBN

9781906796969


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