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Dragons (Graphic Mythical Creatures)

by Dheeraj Verma

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This graphic starts with narrative text about dragons in general, then there's a comic section about the story of Bowulf and the Dragon, then it returns to narrative text about other famous dragons. The title feels misleading since the bulk of the volume is about one dragon in particular. I wish there was a comic section for each of the other famous dragons mentioned - or that it focused only on Beowulf. Still, the artwork is engaging and the text is clear and simple - good for grade 3+.
  scducharme | May 23, 2012 |
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This book, in graphic novel format, tells of Beowulf and his defeat of a dragon and includes information on well-known dragon tales, such as "St. George and the Dragon," "Maud and the Wyvern," "Sigurd and Fafnir," and other dragon tales.

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