A fourth title about this popular character, the youngest dragon brother out of ten who has ever resourceful ways of getting what he wants.
Two more stories about the littlest dragon with the big ideas. In the first story, the Littlest Dragon is going to school. His mum puts one sandwich, two tangerines and three jelly dragon sweets in his lunchbox. His nine dragon brothers leave him with one sandwich crust; two tangerine skins and 3 wrapping papers from three jelly dragon sweets. And so the story continues, with number featuring all the way until the Littlest Dragon, as always, gets his own back on his older brothers. In the second story, there’s a fete at school and the littlest dragon has to decide which race to enter for. In the sack race, he’s too short to see over the sack; in the egg-and-spoon race, his arms are too short and he can’t hope to beat his twin brother in the three-legged race… but then he has an idea and naturally he wins in the end.
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'THE LITTLEST DRAGON WITH THE BIG IDEAS LOVES SCHOOL!'
It's hard being the youngest in the family especially when you've got nine 'greedy' older brothers. When they eat his two red lollipops and his three fairycakes, the Littlest Dragon has to come up with one brilliant idea to stop them eating his four chocolate biscuits. But at the school sports' day, the Littlest Dragon knows how to beat his brothers in the obstacle race. Because even though he has the littlest legs he always has the biggest and best ideas for winning!About the Author:
Margaret Ryan is well-known for her books for young children just beginning to read on their own. Her use of language, and humour really engage young readers. She is a tireless visitor to schools libraries and festivals and specialises in creative writing workshops for children. She is married to a dentist and lives in Greenock and St Andrews.
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Book Description Collins, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 6755429