George and the Dragon by Christopher WormellThis is the first of Wormells George and the Dragon books which parody traditional dragonslaying fairy tales. In this story, the mouse George moves into a hole next door to a mouse-phobic dragon, and pays the dragon a visit just as he is about to devour a fair princess. The dragons response is predictable. Like George, the Dragon and the Princess, this story is lighthearted, silly and well executed. Wormells high-quality artwork is full of action and drama, making this a great story for crowds or quiet family reading. It is accessible to a preschool audience but will also be appreciated by elementary readers.
George and the Dragon by Chris Wormell, read by Nicholas Hoare
Hamilton have produced books in printed and digital formats specially for children to read in small groups. Explore brilliant fables, Frog and Scorpion , Ant and Grasshopper , etc. Write dialogue between grasshopper's indignant sister and cruel ant. Look at compound sentences and write a fable. Be inspired to write letters with fantastic excuses by J. Describe an adventure based on Dear Teacher by Amy Husband. Study sentences with different forms.
The teacher should practise reading the story with dramatic involvement and decide how to use the pictures and which items to bring along to visualize.
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Not The Queen? Far, far away over the high, high mountains in an old castle wall, in a tiny, tiny hole there lives a little mouse called George. He's very small and rather timid and he can be a bit clumsy too. In fact, poor George is so hopeless that he can't even make lunch without burning his cheese on toast! But when a huge and terrifying dragon attacks the castle, George springs into action!