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ISBN:0613001877
Author: Jackie French Koller,Judith Mitchell
ISBN13: 978-0613001878
Title: The Dragonling
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Language: English
Category: Fairy Tales Folk Tales and Myths
Publisher: Turtleback (December 1, 1995)

The Dragonling by Jackie French Koller,Judith Mitchell



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.

Finding a baby dragon accidentally left alive after his older brother's dragonquest, Darek risks death and the anger of his people in trying to return it to the Valley of the Dragons.
Reviews: 7
Ximinon
I love dragons! Big, small, short, or tall. But baby dragons, or dragonlings, are the ultimate in cuteness for me. So when I found this series I was hooked.

The Dragonling is an enchanting story of how a young boy, dreaming of going on his own dragonquest, finds a dragonling whose mother has been killed. Although the boy, Derek, has been taught to hate and fear dragons this dragonling tugs at his heartstrings. He decides to return the baby to the Valley of the Dragons, to his own kind. Along the way the two become friends and Derek names the dragonling Zantor. When at last they pair arrive at the Valley of the Dragons, Derek is amazed to learn that the dragons aren't to be feared as he'd been taught. And the prospect of staying with the dragons is not what Zantor wants. Will the village folk, and Derek's family, accept the dragonling into their midst?

A perfect story to help children learn that while we aren't all alike externally, the same love beats in all hearts. Well told, easy to read, and full of likable characters, this story will charm readers of all ages. Great read for ages 7-10 but also works as a read-to book for ages 4-6. Short chapters, detailed artwork.
Marilbine
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.
Xlisiahal
Fabulous cute book. I need the rest of the series now.
Nicearad
My little girl is a HUGE dragon and dinosaur fan. This book, although she read it for school, she loved it. We read it once every 2 weeks, she now has certain lines memorized and loves to read it with me.
Jusari
My all time favorite children's book.
Lightwind
This is a re-release with new cover art, which I love. I wish the interior illustrations were updated, too, but I think the fresh cover will draw kids in and hopefully the story will keep them engaged. This is a short story, but full of great action and heart. I loved the characters. I would happily hand this to any kid who loves fantasy and is ready to try some short chapter books.
Kazimi
The Dragonling and its sequels remains one of the best examples of high fantasy for young people that I have ever had the pleasure to read. It is engaging and fun enough to keep younger readers interested, and beautiful enough to be appreciated and enjoyed many years later. The characters are dimensional and understandable; the plot is gripping, new, and a great deal deeper than it appears on the surface. These books first introduced me to the concept that dragons did not have to be brutal animals OR plush and ridiculous characters. The dragons form an important part of the story without degenerating into sidekicks.
The story takes place on the world of Zoriac, in a village that has for generations been defined by the dragonquests--ritual hunts undertaken by the men of the village to "protect their families" from the threat of the nearby Valley of Dragons. Derek, the young protagonist, desperately wants to go along with his brother Clep and his father, but is still too young to take part. Discovering an orphaned dragonling with the corpse of its mother, the boy makes the decision to take the little creature back to its home--a decision that sparks the ire of the villagers and eventually a perilous adventure involving kidnapping, the last remnants of a species, a barbaric kingdom in the mountains, slaves, superstition, an outcast king, and one boy's journey to teach his people the truth about their predjudices. A truly stirring story!
The Dragonling books skillfully replace the required romance aspect of adult high fantasy with the notion that boys and girls can be friends and equals. Apart from that detail, these books have every bit as much scope as the other fantasy greats; I simply cannot recommend them highly enough. I hope that any future readers out there will enjoy them as much as I have!
Dragonling is a great book. It's centered around a boy named Darek. Darek always wanted to slay a dragon now he gets the chance he always wanted. He finds a blue dragon one of the rarest dragons in the land. Darek takes the dragon back to his home but the village people did not want the dragon in their town. Does the dragon stay or go back to his island? To find out what happens read Dragonling by Jack French Kollier. This book is for sixth graders but the author uses small words for any 4th or 5th grader. I really like the illustrations in the book as well. check it out!