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I Love You, Dear Dragon by Margaret Hillert
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I Love You, Dear Dragon (1980)

by Margaret Hillert

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I Love You, Dear Dragon is story about a boy and his pet dragon celebrating Valentine's Day by pointing out everything that is red and eating a Special Valentine's Day cake.

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This book is a good book for beginning readers. It is also a good way to help them learn their colors.

Classroom extensions:
1. Valentine's Day activities
2. Teaching on colors
3. Teaching on imaginary animals ( )
  KelseyBelden | Sep 18, 2013 |
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Give your primary students more varied book choices in a wider range of reading levels to meet both their interests and abilities successfully-and watch their skills soar!

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A boy and his pet dragon celebrate Valentine's Day by noticing all the red things they see, making Valentines, and eating a Valentine cake.

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