Friday, March 28, 2008

Storytime About Princesses and Dragons














Toddler Read-Alouds
Giddy-up, Let’s Ride by Flora McDonnell
Happily Ever Afternoon by Sharon Jennings
Hide and Sleep by Melanie Walsch
Jasper's Beanstalk by Nick Butterworth
Little Ones Do! by Jana Hunter
Lullabyhullaballoo! by Mick Inkpen
Princess Baby Night-Night by Karen Katz
Princess, Princess by Penny Dale

Preschool Read-Alouds
Baby Dragon by Amy Ehrlich
Dragon's Toothache by Annie Besant (2016)
Duncan the Story Dragon by Amanda Driscoll (2015)
George and the Dragon by Chris Wormell
How to Draw a Dragon by Douglas Florian (2015)
Hush, Little Dragon by Boni Asburn
I Am Really A Princess by Carol Shields
I Don't Want to Be A Pea by Ann Bonwill
If I Had A Dragon by Tom and Amanda Ellery
King Bidgood’s in the Bathtub by Audrey Wood ~ excellent classic title
King's Shadow by Robert D. Larranaga
May I Bring A Friend? by Beatrice DeRegniers
Night Knight by Owen Davey
Oh No, Little Dragon!  by Jim Averbeck  ~ FUN NEW TITLE
One Drowsy Dragon by Ethan Long
Princess Party by Joy Allen
Princess Says Goodnight by Naomi Howland
One Monday Morning by Uri Shulevitz
Over At the Castle by Boni Ashburn
Pretty Princess Pig by Jane Yolen
Twenty-Six Princesses by Dave Horowitz
Waking Dragons by Jane Yolen ~ FUN NEW TITLE
Who Wants A Dragon? by James Mayhew

School Age Read-Alouds
Argus by Michelle Knudsen
Best Pet of All by David LaRochelle
Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin
The Egg by M. P. Robertson
Elvira by George Shannon
Girl in the Castle Inside the Museum by Kate Berheimer
Hiding Hoover by Elise Broach
Jasper the Terror by John A. Rowe
The King's Taster by Kenneth Oppel
Max's Dragon by Kate Banks
Me and My Dragon by David Biedrzycki
A Pie Went By by Carolyn Dunn
Princess Bess Gets Dressed by Margery Cuyler
Princess Cinders by Babette Cole
The Queen's Feet by Sarah Ellis
Secret in the Matchbox by Val Willis
Spells by Emily Gravett

*Display: Do Princesses Have Best Friends Forever?  by Carmela LaVigna Coyle
                Goodnight Dragons by Judith Roth

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1 Comments:

Blogger Renee said...

Hi- I was wondering if you had a pattern for the Knight and the Dragon as a flannel at all?

9:13 AM  

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