|Author:||Jackie French Koller,Judith Mitchell|
|Format:||lrf azw docx mobi|
|ePUB size:||1197 kb|
|FB2 size:||1513 kb|
|DJVU size:||1860 kb|
|Category:||Fairy Tales Folk Tales and Myths|
|Publisher:||Turtleback (December 1, 1995)|
Jackie French Koller has been a storyteller since the sixth grade, when she amused her friends by spinning tales on the playground. My son (8) enjoyed this book very much and would like to read the others in the Dragongling series. The book was interesting but too elementary for my 11yo daughter. One person found this helpful.
The Dragonling by Jackie French Koller - A boy and a baby dragon forge an unlikely friendship in this first book in the fantastical Dragonling chapter book. More books from this illustrator: Judith Mitchell. Thank you for signing up, fellow book lover! Tell us what you like, so we can send you books you'll love. Audiobooks Book Club Newsletter Biography & Autobiography Business & Personal Finance Children Christian Cooking.
Jackie French Koller has been a storyteller since the sixth grade, when she amused her friends by spinning tales on the playground. Publisher: Aladdin (April 2019). The Dragonling; A Dragon in the Family; Dragon Quest; Dragons of Krad. By Jackie French Koller. Illustrated by Judith Mitchell. Part of The Dragonling).
Jackie French Koller. Darek and Zantor work to convince everyone that dragons and humans can get along in this second book in the fantastical Dragonling chapter book series! Ever since Darek saved Zantor the dragonling, they've been inseparable. Darek is the only family Zantor has ever known. But now Darek is bringing Zantor home from the Valley of the Dragons, and the villagers are up in arms!
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Jackie French Koller, Judith Mitchell (Illustrator). Darek go The Dragonling (Dragonling, by Jackie French Koller, 70 pages. CHAPTER BOOK Aladdin, 1990. Jackie French Koller (born 1948) is an American author of picture books, chapter books, and novels for children and young adults. She lives and writes in western Massachusetts. Koller is also an accomplished painter. Her interest in art inspired her to open The Little Black Dog Gallery in Westfield, Massachusetts. Koller's young-adult novel If I Had One Wish was adapted into a Disney Channel Origina Jackie French Koller (born 1948) is an American author of picture books, chapter books, and novels for children and young adults.
by Jackie French Koller and Judith Mitchell. To help put the right book in each reader's hands, consider the following comprehensive text complexity analyses within your instructional plans. Standards Model of Text Complexity. Text Complexity Toolkit. Quantitative Measures. Lexile Level: 640L ATOS® Reading Level: 4 Word Count: 7,252.
Jackie French Koller, Judith Mitchell. A boy and a baby dragon forge an unlikely friendship in this first book in the fantastical Dragonling chapter book series! Darek can't wait for his first Dragonquest. Then he can be just like his older brother, Clep, the hero who brought down a Great Blue, the largest and fiercest dragon of all. Darek goes to admire the kill-and finds a dragonling peeking out of the giant dragon's pouch. Scared but curious, he feeds the hungry baby and makes an unlikely friend
When Darek's beloved dragonling, Zantor, and Darek's best friend, Pola, disappear into the mists of Krad, they are given up for dead. But Darek knows Zantor and Pola are alive. He can hear the dragonling's cries for help, deep inside his own head. more sneak into Krad to rescue their friends. But they soon find Krad is even more dangerous than they'd feared.