6 Results
6 Results
Do not bring your dragon to the library —Gassman, Julie, author.
Book
2016
0 available of 4 items

A child brings a dragon to the library and learns a valuable lesson--libraries and dragons do not mix.

Do not take your dragon on a field trip —Gassman, Julie, author.
Book
2019
6 available of 9 items

When dragons are banned from accompanying students on a visit to the fire station, for such reasons as rudeness, farting, and a spikey tail, children find the perfect field trip for the scaly creatures.

Do not bring your dragon to recess —Gassman, Julie, author.
Book
2018
4 available of 9 items

Told in rhyme, a child is cautioned about the problems his dragon is likely to cause at school recess, even if it does not mean to.

Do not take your dragon to dinner —Gassman, Julie, author.
Book
2017
2 available of 7 items

A child discovers that, when dining out, you really should not bring your fire-breathing dragon; you should instead work on its etiquette at home.

Do not bring your dragon to the last day of school —Gassman, Julie, author.
Book
2020
1 available of 8 items

A teacher points out many things that could go wrong if she were to grant permission for a student to bring a dragon to school on the last day.

Saved by the boats : the heroic sea evacuation of September 11 —Gassman, Julie, author.
Book
2017
1 available of 1 items

"Presents the heroic sea evacuation of September 11, 2001 with narrative text and vivid illustrations"-- Provided by publisher.

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