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Books with title Dragon in the Wood

  • The Deer in the Wood

    Laura Ingalls Wilder, Renee Graef

    Paperback (HarperCollins, Jan. 16, 1999)
    With the My First Little House picture book series, the youngest readers can share in the joy of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House books in these illustrated adaptations of the beloved series! This picture book is an excellent choice to share during homeschooling, in particular for children ages 4 to 6. It’s a fun way to learn to read and as a supplement for activity books for children.Laura and her sister Mary miss Pa when he goes into the woods to find food for their family. When he comes home, he tells them a very special story. Renee Graef’s illustrations are based on Garth Williams’ classic artwork.
  • Dragon in the Wood

    Lucy Kincaid, Eric Kincaid

    Hardcover (Gondola, March 15, 1985)
    An Amazing Dragon!
  • Dragonblood: Dragon in the Desert

    Michael Dahl, Tou Vue

    eBook (Stone Arch Books, April 1, 2014)
    Two teenage friends hike into the deserts of Mongolia. Their destination: the Hills of the Seven Dragons. But they are not alone. A third figure walks through the desert, following their footprints.
  • Dragon In The Sky

    Laurence Pringle, Pringle/marstall, Bob Marstall

    Hardcover (Scholastic, May 1, 2001)

    Efrat Haddi

    language (, Aug. 24, 2016)
    Learn self confidence! Fully illustrated eBook, for ages 2-8 "The Dragon In Me" tells the story of Michael and his love for Dragons. “Dragons are very strong,” said Michael. “They can also fly, breathe fire and do lots of cool things. I want to tell you a secret,” Michael’s Mother said. “ “The secret is that you already have a dragon,” He exists within you… This wonderful story helps kids to find and control their inner strength while encouraging them to discover the power of imagination. Michael’s Mother shows him how he can operate his inner Dragon to overcome any obstacle. Will he succeed ?Author Efrat Haddi is taking young children on a journey with Michael while he learns how to operate his inner Dragon and overcome almost any problem. "My Inner Dragon" helps to teach children an important social skill that can make home life happier and school more successful. It also provides parents, teachers, and counselors with an entertaining way to teach children their inner strength. .This well-written and inspiring story, delivers easy-to-digest education complemented by vibrant, delightful illustrationsThis story may be ideal for reading to your kids at bedtime and enjoyable for the whole family as well! It is suitable as a read aloud book for preschoolers or a self-read book for older children.
  • In the Dark, Dark Wood

    Jessica Souhami

    Hardcover (Lincoln Children's Books, Aug. 28, 2007)
    Here is a lively retelling of the traditional rhyme packed with surprises. Lift-up flaps on each spread reveal spooky creatures peeping through windows and out of cupboards, and the story reaches a climax on the last spread, as a great white ghost pops out! In the dark, dark wood, There was a dark, dark house, HOO-HOO-HOO! HAA-HAA-HAA! A truly interactive book that children will return to time and again.
  • The Deer In The Wood

    Laura Ingalls Wilder, Renee Graef

    School & Library Binding (Turtleback Books, Jan. 16, 1999)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. A pioneer father tells his two small daughters why he was unable to shoot a deer for their dinner.
  • Dragon in the Woods

    Robert Wright Jr

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, July 17, 2018)
    The big yellow house is full of magic. Lubelle's just getting settled into her wonderful new home. She's met the monsters under the bed and now she finds a demanding dragon in the woods. Lubelle's adventures are fun for the young and young at heart, follow along with the storyteller and delight in the charming line drawings found throughout the book.
  • The Dragon

    Mer Linn

    The text of this fairy tale was found as a manuscript, near a very old oak, while traveling through the endless fields and forests of Britain. The tale was written in several ancient European languages, alternating between each from one sentence to the next without any apparent logic, though there was probably some fabulous meaning hidden in it. The last sentences were written in modern Russian. Translators and linguists easily translated the manuscript, and, after reading the fairy tale, one teenaged girl painted pictures for it. But all this was probably not in such way, and perhaps everything had happened completely in another way....
  • The Dog in the Wood

    Monika Schröder

    Paperback (Boyds Mills Press, May 14, 2019)
    Ten-year-old Fritz's tranquil life on the family farm is about to end--the Russians are near, Hitler has died, and known Nazi sympathizers like the Friedrich family brace for the Bolsheviks to take over their town -- in this historical novel for middle-grrade readers.At the end of April 1945 in a small village in eastern Germany, the front is coming closer -- and ten-year-old Fritz knows that the Soviet Army's invasion of his family's home can be only a few days away. Grandpa Karl, a Nazi sympathizer, takes Fritz into the forest that surrounds the family farm to show him a secret. Under a tall pine tree, Grandpa Karl has dug a pit and covered it with branches. The hole is to hide Fritz's family when the Russians invade their village. Grandpa Karl is convinced that he and Fritz will defend the Friedrich family to the death. But when the Russian soldiers arrive, Fritz and his sister and mother find themselves alone. Separated from his home, his family, and foreced into a life as a refugee, Fritz has to find his own way in a crumbling world.
  • Dragon in the Wood

    Lucy Kincaid

    Hardcover (Brimax Books, March 15, 1994)
    Book by Lucy Kincaid
  • Dragon in the Desert

    Michael Dahl, Tou Vue

    Paperback (Capstone Press, Feb. 1, 2010)
    Two teenage friends hike into the deserts of Mongolia. Their destination: the Hills of the Seven Dragons. But they are not alone. A third figure walks through the desert, following their footprints.