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A Dragon in a Wagon

A Dragon in a Wagon Megan goes for a ride with a dragon in a wagon and they continue traveling by a great variety of transportation modes and greet a great variety of creatures along the way

  • Title: A Dragon in a Wagon
  • Author: Jane Belk Moncure
  • ISBN: 9780895656711
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Megan goes for a ride with a dragon in a wagon and they continue traveling by a great variety of transportation modes and greet a great variety of creatures along the way.

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    1. Primary complaint: calling books "word windows." They don't really need a euphemism, and I refuse to call them that. So, given how many times we've read this, I suspect my son thinks the word "books" is spelled "word windows" when it's written on a page. Which it's not.Still, fun read-aloud book. Kind of weird that a dragon's FAVORITE thing in the entire world is a circus-style wagon, but maybe he's just a weird dragon. It takes all kinds.

    2. 1) This book is about a girl named Meagan and she is in the library looking for a good book to read. She finally finds one she wants to read and opens it and suddenly becomes a part of the story, with the dragon. At the end you figure out it was just her imagination taking her places in the book as it shows the dragon riding away in the book and her turning the page.2) Preschool-2nd grade, with the suggested reading level being 1st grade 3) This book has a lot of rhyming in it, and funny parts t [...]

    3. Wonderful book! Rhyming, cute pictures, and it had a train! Which my preschoolers love! A fun story about a girl who goes for a ride in a wagon with a dragon. I love the reiteration of the "go" words/nouns at the back of the book, to reinforce learning. Overall a good choice.

    4. A Dragon in a Wagon gives us a story about a little girl and a dragon who go through different ways to travel. One thing I find very lovely about this book is that the author is able to cover all popular modes of transportation plus give us a story in rhyme! The story is very easy to understand and it flows very nicely! Sometimes when authors use rhyme, they make up words and try to make it fit and you can tell the awkwardness of the whole thing; not with this one. The author does a fantastic jo [...]

    5. Apparently there are a several books with this same title, so make sure you get this one by this author. It's about a girl who decides to read a book and has all of these adventures in different methods of travel with a dragon in the book. The words are LARGE PRINT (which we love) and every other sentence rhymes, it's a very fun & cute read. Megan and the dragon have to repeatedly change vehicles. First the wagon does not go very far so they hop into a car. After the car they get on a bus, t [...]

    6. Title: A Dragon in a wagon Author: Jane Belk Moncure Illustrated by: Linda Hohag Genre:Fantasy/Picture Book Age Level: P Date: 1988The story is about a little girl named Megan who opens a book and joins the adventure of the story. She sees a dragon and joins him on a wagon, then jumps into a car, bus, a boat, sled, truck, train, plane and then a balloon. When jumping into the vehicles a number of other animals joined her which caused each vehicle to be weighed down.: This story is creative. I li [...]

    7. This book is perfect for beginning readers. The illustrations are charming, and children can learn about different ways of transportation. They also can learn and recognize animals. It is simple to read, but enough to capture children's interest.Extension:Asks the children to make a line, one behind the other, hold the waist to the kid in front of you, and play chooooo (pretend that you are a train) To much fun playing this game.You can also ask them to name some transportation you have used lat [...]

    8. LevelingSuggested Interest Level: Preschool - Grade 2Suggested Reading Level: Grade 1Guided Reading Level: JATOS Reading Level: 2.1ATOS Interest Level: LGAccelerated Reader® Quiz: 26340Accelerated Reader® Points: 0.5SpecificationsDewey: EGraphics: Full-color illustrationsReinforced book (9780895656711): 9 x 7.5, 32 pages, © 1988Series: Magic Castle Readers

    9. C'est le tout premier livre que j'ai possédé! À deux ans, je ne savais pas lire (not yet) et je le récitais d'un bout à l'autre à mes parents avant de m'endormir en regardant les images. De beaux souvenirs <3Et l'auteure s'appelle Jane! Comme quoi, dans la vie, il n'y a pas de hasard ;)

    10. "Come to the magic castle/ When you are growing tall. Rows upon rows of Word Windows/ Line every single wall.' Thus begins this charming book about travel and the possibilities found in your local library.

    11. The first book I ever feel in love with! I read it every night with my mum for at least 2years between the ages of 2 and 4! To this day it's still one of my favourites and although I no longer half to read as I know it by heart I love it all the same :)

    12. Super silly book about all the different modes of transportation. Great conversation starter for my 2-year old.

    13. good book about different ways to travel. fun book including a dragon hippo and many other fun creatures.

    14. This is a very simple book for preschoolers that shows different modes of transportation. I would only use this book for preschoolers and no older because it is so simple.

    15. You will never believe the encounters a dragon can come across with the simplicity of a red wagon. A must read for first graders.

    16. I love this book! I had it as a child (and still have my original copy from the 90s) and I read it to my 1 and 2 year old. I love the rhymes and the colorful pictures.

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