PreS-Gr 1 The beginning rhyme of this lively alphabet book, a companion to Leedy's A Number of Dragons (Holiday, 1985), sets the stage for a scavenger alphabet hunt by ten bored blue dragons. On each page, they search for another objectapple, ball and so on, and the dragon who finds the object is pictured interacting with it. The F page shows one of the dragons on his back, laughing hysterically, while being tickled with a feather. When the dragons return to their lair with their 26 pieces of loot, Leedy shows a fun double-page spread depicting them, lined up, with the objects in alphabetical order; this is followed by a spread of upper- and lower-case letters in order. Parents and children will enjoy recounting the story while pointing to the various prizes. The good-natured, fun-loving dragons have fun on their alphabet hunt, as will the readers of this book. Anne Hoyt Sutter, Alexandria Library, Va.