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Goodnight, Dragons

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 226 Ratings and 50 Reviews

Book Description
Everyone needs a cuddle. Maybe dragons more than most. These fire breathers are no match for the daring dragon tamer who arrives at bedtime to put them to sleep. Destined to become a classic bedtime story, Goodnight, Dragons is as warm and comforting as a steaming mug of hot cocoa.
Book Information
PublisherHyperion Juvenile
Reading LevelBaby to Pre-K
# of Pages40
Publication Date02/14/2012
The Creators
About Judith L. Roth (Author) : Judith L. Roth is the author of three picture books and one middle grade novel. She is a former youth minister, former editor, current educational interpreter (part-time) and full-time writer. Her two... more
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About Pascal Lemaitre (Illustrator) : Pascal Lemaitre is a published author and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Pascal Lemaitre include Doctor Ted, Who's Got Game?: The Ant or the Grasshopper?, The Lio... more
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1/27/2013 Judith L. Roth tagged as: I wrote

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9/5/2012 Peggy Archer said:
I asked my 5 year old grandson if he wanted me to read GOODNIGHT, DRAGONS to him. He was busy playing at the time and promptly said "No." So I started reading it out loud, to myself. After the first page he dropped what he was doing and sat next to me, absolutely into the book until the end. A kid-f... more

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