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The Littlest Dragon Gets the Giggles

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The second book about the Littlest Dragon who has the biggest and best ideas. Familiar family stories for beginner readers.

Two more stories about the Littlest Dragon who is the tenth child in the Dragon family. With nine older brothers, No 10 has to be ever more resourceful to get what he wants. In the first story, he is determined to get to the breakfast table before his brothers, so he can get the freebie gift from the cereal box. After three attempts, he manages it, with the help of a feather duster and 9 pairs of tickly toes. In the second story, the Littlest Dragon is left at home while his older brothers go to the big dragons' swimming pool. In his resourceful way, the Littlest Dragon wins the day when the only pool open that day, is the one for younger dragons.

With plenty of repetition and alliteration, this book is perfect for children who are just able to read on their own. Hugely popular with Year 2s throughout the UK.


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Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9780007572014
  • Release date: February 6, 2014

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9780007572014
  • File size: 6324 KB
  • Release date: February 6, 2014

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OverDrive Read
EPUB ebook

Languages

English

The second book about the Littlest Dragon who has the biggest and best ideas. Familiar family stories for beginner readers.

Two more stories about the Littlest Dragon who is the tenth child in the Dragon family. With nine older brothers, No 10 has to be ever more resourceful to get what he wants. In the first story, he is determined to get to the breakfast table before his brothers, so he can get the freebie gift from the cereal box. After three attempts, he manages it, with the help of a feather duster and 9 pairs of tickly toes. In the second story, the Littlest Dragon is left at home while his older brothers go to the big dragons' swimming pool. In his resourceful way, the Littlest Dragon wins the day when the only pool open that day, is the one for younger dragons.

With plenty of repetition and alliteration, this book is perfect for children who are just able to read on their own. Hugely popular with Year 2s throughout the UK.


Expand title description text