|There's No Such Thing as a Dragon, by Jack Kent, illus. by Jack Kent|
|Young Billy Bixbee awakes one morning to find a dragon in
his bed; however, since his mother says there's no such thing as a dragon, it won't
do any good to tell it to go away. Written and illustrated in Jack Kent's inimitable
style, There's No Such Thing as a Dragon is sure to be a hit with your family
as it is with mine.
|Imogene's Antlers, by David Small, illus. by David Small|
|Young Imogene wakes up one morning to find that she has
grown a pair of antlers, much to the dismay of her poor mother! Read this fanciful
tale, wonderfully illustrated, to find out if Imogene's family can find a way
to get rid of those antlers.
|The King With Six Friends, by Jay Williams, illus. by Imero Gobbato|
|Who would marry a king with no kingdom? Find out how
King Zar meets six friends who will help him in his quest to find a queen and
a kingdom. Beautiful watercolor illustrations accent this engaging adventure
|The King's Wish, by Benjamin Elkin, illus. by Leonard Shortall|
|The King of Tam would like to go fishing, but he
doesn't know if his three sons are ready to rule over the kingdom while he
is gone. Read the story and find out his clever scheme and his sons' clever
solution to the test. This book actually contains three stories about the
King of Tam that are entertaining and easy for a child to grasp.
|Madeline and the Bad Hat, by Ludwig Bemelmans, illus. by Ludwig Bemelmans|
|The Spanish ambassador moves in next door, and his son Pepito
begins causing all kinds of trouble for Madeline and her friends. The naughty boy
races from one bad deed to another until he finally gets his just desserts. Cleverly
told and illustrated in the same style as the other Madeline books, this is a good
addition to any collection.