Publisher description for Where's the dragon? / written by Jason Hook ; iIllustrated by Richard Hook.
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With its beautifully embossed pages, shiny spot laminations that really pop, and a fun invitation to a dragon hunt, this one-of-a-kind book feels like magic, and looks great under the Christmas tree too.
Look inside this amazing picture book and feel the embossed pages. Can you see and touch the dragon? Can you find lots and lots of dragons? They’re everywhere! That’s because Mr. Jones is simply mad about the creatures. He carves them out of wood and he tells thrilling stories about them. But he’s never seen a real dragon, so he and his grandson George have set sail in search of one. Come along and help, using your sharp sense of sight and sensitive fingers to navigate through the pictures. But remember: to discover a really, truly fire-breathing dragon, you have to hunt high and low and always, always believe hard enough. A story kids will joyously read over and over again.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Animals, Mythical -- Juvenile fiction.
Dragons -- Juvenile fiction.
Mountains -- Juvenile fiction.
Animals, Mythical -- Fiction.
Dragons -- Fiction.
Mountains -- Fiction.