Matthew's Dragon

Matthew s Dragon Matthew can t believe his eyes Coming from the pages of his favorite book is a mysterious green glow Suddenly a tiny green dragon appears and with a touch of his magic golden claw Matthew is small a

  • Title: Matthew's Dragon
  • Author: Susan Cooper Jos. A. Smith
  • ISBN: 9780689717949
  • Page: 379
  • Format: Paperback
  • Matthew can t believe his eyes Coming from the pages of his favorite book is a mysterious green glow Suddenly, a tiny green dragon appears and with a touch of his magic golden claw, Matthew is small as he is Off they go, battling the monstrous cat next door and munching on giant tomatoes And as dawn approaches, Matthew takes flight on the wings of his new best friend.Matthew can t believe his eyes Coming from the pages of his favorite book is a mysterious green glow Suddenly, a tiny green dragon appears and with a touch of his magic golden claw, Matthew is small as he is Off they go, battling the monstrous cat next door and munching on giant tomatoes And as dawn approaches, Matthew takes flight on the wings of his new best friend Flying high above the clouds with hundreds of other beautiful dragons, it s an adventure he ll never forget.

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    1 thought on “Matthew's Dragon”

    1. I haven't given a 5 to a children's book in a while. An excellent little story about a boy, a talking dragon, and the power and importance of stories. It took us a few days to get through--more text-heavy than we're used to. toddler twins is synonymous with exhaustion. But that also gave us something to look forward to at bedtime.

    2. If stories have ever come to life for you in your imagination, I mean really come to life, you will appreciate what happens to Matthew in this delightful children's story.

    3. Advanced text for an easy reader children's picture book, the illustrations are lovely. I especially like the one where the dragon is biting into a cherry tomato.

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