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by Jack Kent

Download There's No Such Thing as a Dragon ePub
  • ISBN 0216917123
  • ISBN13 978-0216917125
  • Language English
  • Author Jack Kent
  • Publisher BLACKIE CHILDRENS BOOKS; New Ed edition (November 15, 1984)
  • Pages 32
  • Formats lrf mbr rtf lit
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Size ePub 1744 kb
  • Size Fb2 1777 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 304

A classic dragon tale returns in paperback!When Billy Bixbee finds a tiny dragon in his bedroom, his mom tells him, “There’s no such thing as a dragon!” This only makes the dragon get bigger. He grows, and grows, and grows, until he’s bigger than Billy’s house—and that’s just the beginning!Charming text and playful illustrations by well-known author-illustrator Jack Kent pair in a terrific story that demonstrates how a little attention can make a big difference, no matter what size the problem.

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JP brought me here, and i'm stoked that I finally own this book.
I'll be reading this in a preschool classroom soon! <3
I love this book! I read it to my adult friends, it's so adorable. It teaches a lesson about refusing to see what you don't wan to see and how when you do that the problem only gets bigger. The illustrations are charming and the good is written in a sweet and witty way. Probably my favorite children's book!
I love this little book! Great message about the importance of kindness and acknowledging others. Lovely illustration.
This book was my FAVORITE when I was a kid and I bought a copy for my friend's son who had a little dragon book obsession. He LOVED it too!
This was my sons favorite book when he was little. (Now 32!!) Last year I read it to a then young 5 year old friend and he loved it. I searched everywhere and was told it was out of print. So glad it is circulating again. How the times change. Thirty two years ago it was $1.29! :)
We give these out at our courses. It helps people move towards being willing to accept that their "story" isn't the real story, so that we can treat the real them, not their 'story' (which was why previous treatments probably failed).
My favorite book as a kiddo...I passed my original copy down to my 6 year old daughter. She loves it too. That one was getting worn out, and I'm so glad I was able to find it still in print. Good quality!
My kids loved this book & now my grandson too! Charming and sweet.