Dragon in Danger

Dragon in Danger Illustrations Constance MarshallJacket design front by Constance Marshall Shows a small green and nervous looking dragon on the left looking slightly upwards Seems to be in a barn Drawing looks to be

  • Title: Dragon in Danger
  • Author: Rosemary Manning Constance Marshall
  • ISBN: 9780140304916
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Paperback
  • Illustrations Constance MarshallJacket design front by Constance Marshall Shows a small, green and nervous looking dragon on the left looking slightly upwards Seems to be in a barn Drawing looks to be done with pencil crayon in green, reddish brown and pale yellow.Title in green pencil crayon written in script Author and illustrators names at the bottom.Jacket bacIllustrations Constance MarshallJacket design front by Constance Marshall Shows a small, green and nervous looking dragon on the left looking slightly upwards Seems to be in a barn Drawing looks to be done with pencil crayon in green, reddish brown and pale yellow.Title in green pencil crayon written in script Author and illustrators names at the bottom.Jacket back Constable Co logo at top centre with decriptions on three other Constable Co titles underneath.Book Bound in yellow with a simple illustration of a dragon and girl walking done in green in the lower left of the front cover.

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      Published :2018-09-08T10:57:17+00:00

    1 thought on “Dragon in Danger”

    1. This sequel to Green Smoke has R Dragon travelling to visit his friend Sue. What follows is a cute story which has limited peril considering it's title, but kids will enjoy the sheer childlike quality of the niceness of the characters.

    2. Another gentle, beautiful book. Such a fine story with amusing, calmly resolved conflict rather than an excess of jeopardy. As a child, I loved the straightforward magic of these stories, and as an adult, I appreciate how rare they are.

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