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The Book of Dragons Discover The Classics With Looking Glass Library, A Series That Offers The World S Finest Literature, With Introductions By Some Of The Foremost Writers Of Today.In Eight Highly Imaginative Tales, Beloved Children S Author E Nesbit Gives Us An Extraordinary View Of How Dragons Can Shape The Fates Of Princes, Queens, And Ordinary Children Alike With An Introduction By Newbery Award Winner Ruth Stiles Gannett And Line Illustrations By H R Millar From The Original 1901 Edition, This Middle Grade Fantasy Classic Will Enchant All Ages From The Hardcover Edition.

☀ The Book of Dragons  PDF / Epub ✍ Author E. Nesbit – Reptileclassifieds.us
  • ebook
  • 208 pages
  • The Book of Dragons
  • E. Nesbit
  • English
  • 10 September 2017
  • 0375895345

    10 thoughts on “☀ The Book of Dragons PDF / Epub ✍ Author E. Nesbit – Reptileclassifieds.us


  1. says:

    This book, published in 1901, is described as a fantasy classic for children of middle school age, as well as something that will enchant people of all ages It has eight stories featuring youngsters and dragons who come to cross purposes and clash And how it ends depends on courage, luck, and much help from the author I chose this book because I wanted to read somethin...


  2. says:

    Another Literary Birthday Challenge title, The Book of Dragons is a delightful collection of eight short stories by E Nesbit I know many people have read and loved her work for years, but this is only the second title of hers I have ever seen I still find it hard to believe I never discovered her in my youth, but I can always make up for lost time To paraphrase what used to be written in the unexplored areas of ancient maps, Here There Be Dragons a red dragon who escapes from a book, a pur Another Literary Birthday Challenge title, The Book of Dragons is a delightful collection of eight short stories by E Nesbit I know many people have read and loved her work for years, but this is only the second title of hers I have ever seen I still find it hard to believe I never discovered her in my youth, but I can always make up for lost time To paraphrase what used to be written in the unexplored areas of ancient maps, Here There Be Dragons a red dragon who escapes from a book, a purple dragon who changes life forever in Rotundia, a plague of green dragons with yellow wings, a dragon made of ice, an old white dragon with a beard, a rust red ard dragon with a furry secret, a shining fiery dragon, and a huge yellow dragon A couple of these were described aslookinglike worms or centipedes, but they were all called dragons so we shall cut Ms Nesbit a little slack and accept that they really were all dragons Competing against the various dragons were such clever children as...


  3. says:

    I first read this book as a little girl I think I received it as a birthday present for my 7th birthday, possibly my 8th It was love, pure and simple I read it and re read it, and puzzled over all the strange British details St George Bath buns Guy Fawkes night , and just ate it up like it was ice cream And then I went and grew up and became a normal ok, normal ish person, except that every once in a while, something a bowl of soggy cereal a fresh fall of snow as pretty an...


  4. says:

    I reread this every decade or so, and love it every time Yay, it s now on Project Gutenberg so I can reread it again any time, and pass on my paperback to another reader.Yes it s old fashioned, but free from the pretensions and stuffiness that one tends to associate with that word Yes, it s charming, almost twee but, like the tales of Beatrix Potter, for example The Tale of Ginger and Pickles, it s got plenty of mischief and satire Far and away my favorite Nesbit, and probably my favorite d I reread this every decade or so, and love it every time Yay, it s now on Project Gutenberg so I can reread it again any time, and pass on my paperback to another reader.Yes it s old fashioned,...


  5. says:

    Considering the fact that this book came out nealry a century ago, it wasn t a bad read In fact I m pretty impressed with the simplicity of the language which makes it easy for the reader to follow the stories Kids who love fantasy ie Dragons, Princess and stuff would find this book to be amusing.


  6. says:

    I received an audio copy of this book through Audioboom All thoughts and opinions are my own I don t know what didn t work for me in this Some of the ideas were interesting, I just wasn t that thrilled by how things were handled This was intended for children, I believe, so some of the issues with story telling might just be that I prefer stories written for an older audience Each story deals with a dragon Usually the characters have to kill the dragon to escape or trick the dragon into b I received an audio copy of this book through Audioboom All thoughts and opinions are my own I don t know what didn t work for me in this Some of the ideas were interesting, I just wasn t that thrilled by how things were handled This was intended for children, I believe, so some of the issues with story telling might just be that I prefer stories written for an older audience Each story deals with a dragon Usuall...


  7. says:

    I discovered this book on Kindle but unfortunately let it sit on my digital bookshelf for 18 months gathering bytedust if there is such a thing When I finally made the time to read it, I was very glad I did Granted, I had thought it was a non fiction book outlining all the various dragon myths of the world, but I was pleasantly surprised by the fact that it was muchThe Book of Dragons is a fun series of kid friendly and humorous short stories about children and their misadventures wit I discovered this book on Kindle but unfortunately let it sit on my digital bookshelf for 18 months gathering bytedust if there is such a thing When I finally made the time to read it, I was very glad I did Granted, I had thought it was a non fiction book outlining all the various dragon myths of the world, but I was pleasantly surprised by the fact that it was muchThe Book of Dragons is a fun series of kid friendly and humorous short stories about children and their ...


  8. says:

    Enjoyable fantasy story of dragons, and boys.


  9. says:

    You know that feeling of excitement you got when reading fantasy books for the first time as a little kid This book will totally give you that feeling again Edith Nesbit wrote these eight dragon stories over 100 years ago, and they are absolutely meant for children, yet they re written with such warmth wit I found myself laughing out loud many times There s a story about a dragon escaping from a book, a dragon at the north pole, a dragon who eats an entire village in one gulp, a dragon You know that feeling of excitement you got when reading fantasy books for the first time as a little kid This book will totally give you that feeling again Edith Nesbit wrote these eight dragon stories over 100 years ago, and they are absolutely meant for children, yet they re written with such warmth wit I found myself laughing out loud many times There s a story about a dragon escaping from a book, a dragon at the north pole, a dragon who eats an entire village in one gulp, a dragon banished to t...


  10. says:

    A charming collection of children stories featuring dragons and not only, with great teachings at the end of each I gave it only 3 stars because I read it obviously too late but I can appreciate the thrill a child will have by reading listening it.

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