Three clever young dragons devise a way to get Santa Claus to visit their cave on Christmas Eve. Do they just want their stockings filled for Christmas or should Santa worry about falling into a dragon's cave? [Children's Picture Book (©2008) written by Terri Branson and illustrated in full color by Kimberly Sponaugle (Rated G) from Dragonfly Publishing, Inc.]
|Publisher:||Dragonfly Publishing, Inc.|
|File size:||3 MB|
|Age Range:||5 - 11 Years|
About the Author
Terri Branson is an author, an editor, and a graphics artist. After earning an associate degree in math and science, she turned to the studies of creative writing and graphic arts. She has sold articles on the craft of writing and conducted workshops at local writers groups. BROTHER DRAGON won the EPPIE 2005 Best Children's Book trophy, and COSMIC SCULPTURE won the EPPIE 2004 Best Anthology trophy. Other fiction publications include the paranormal romance MUSK RAIN, the western romance PRAIRIE FIRE, the science fiction novel DRAGON'S DEN. Other children's picture book publications include: A VERY DRAGON CHRISTMAS, PETE THE PEACOCK GOES TO THE ZOO, PETE THE PEACOCK GOES TO TOWN, SCOOTER'S WORLD, TYLER ON THE MOON, and WATCH FOR FALLING ROCK. Additional publications include the adult coloring book, GEODOODLES, and the non-fiction/spirituality book, A PSYCHIC LIFE.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
"On Christmas Eve, all good little girls and boys look forward to a visit from Santa Claus. But what about dragons? Does Santa visit good little dragons as well? Fang, Claw, and Spike wanted Santa to visit them on Christmas Eve. Together they prepared everything so that Santa would come. They built a red brick chimney in the cave wall. They hung up stockings. They decorated a tree. They even put out milk and cookies. What would Santa think when he realized that he was in a cave filled with dragons? A VERY DRAGON CHRISTMAS is a great holiday story. The little dragons are so full of personality and the illustrations add to the fun." ~ TCM Reviews