Guess What I Found in Dragon Wood - Timothy Knapman Reviews
Description:ISBN 0141500573 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Timothy Knapman / Paperback / 32 Pages / Book is published 2007-04-05 by Puffin
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by - written on 17/01/12 (Very useful, 61 readings)
We are very lucky that every month until my boys are five years old, Dolly Parton gifts my boys a book all because we live in the deprived district of Rotherham, and we qualify for her Imagination library scheme. This means there are a lot of books in our house, some a lot more popular than others. 'Guess what I found in Dragon Wood' is a book that was sent to my eldest son when he was aged 4 and a half, and this is a good age for this particular book as it has quite a lot of written words in it. Although my youngest son will also sit and listen to this when we read it, he can be a bit more fidgety, and lose concentration as it takes a short while longer to ... Read the complete review
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