25 December Lane - Helen Ward Reviews
Description:ISBN 1840115130 / Genre: Junior Books / Author: Helen Ward / Hardcover / Book is published 2004-10-01 by Templar Publishing
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Working with Dragons - Helen WardBecome a Dragon Expert! (885 words)
by CarolineR-D - written on 27/01/12 (Very useful, 108 readings)
My children always loved reading about dragons and this was one of the most popular books in their collection. Working with Dragons purports to be a textbook by a distinguished 'dragonologist' called Ernest Drake, containing a complete course in dragonology for the dedicated student. The book's spiral-bound design and parchment-effect pages give it the appearance of an old fashioned schoolbook. Within the pages, Ernest Drake's dragonology course is set out in three sections - beginner, intermediate and advanced - with each section containing a number of lessons on subjects such as how to identify dragons, dragon biology, how to write dragon script and a guide to keeping dragons. The ...
The Dragon Machine - Helen WardRediscover the child in you (911 words)
by allybally - written on 03/01/07 (Very useful, 586 readings)
Author: Helen Ward Illustrator: Wayne Anderson Publisher: Templar Publishing Publish Date: January 2005 Genre: Children’s Picture Book Pages: 40 Age Suitability: 3 - 6 RRP: £5.99 Amazon Price: £4.79 *What is the book about?* A young boy named George who like many, feels ignored and over-looked by everyone around him sees dragons wherever he goes (or does he?) and gradually he develops a following of the mischievous little creatures. Although George is the only one who can see these dragons, he eventually grows tired of having to clean up after them and take blame for the broken carnage they leave behind. After careful research George decides to build a wonderful flying ...
The Dragon Machine - Helen WardGood bedtime story for small children (188 words)
by rivierakid - written on 02/06/10, updated on 07/06/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
A nice little book that I ve got for my 4 and 7 year olds. Story about a little boy s imagination running wild about dragons everywhere written by Helen Ward. Although the book has a fair few pages, there is not much text to each page, and instead is filled with lovely grainy drawings of the dragons and the dragon machine illustrated by Wayne Anderson. My 4 year old loved the pictures and the idea of dragons everywhere and took everything in a literal sense. On a few of the pictures there are dragons hidden and you can play spot the dragon with the odd foot or tail sticking out places. My 7 year old understood the dragons weren t real and just the boy s ...