Sail Away Dragon

Sail Away Dragon Strange wonderful sights await Girl and Dragon as the inseparable friends journey far across the sea in a third warmhearted and beautifully illustrated tale Dragon and Girl are the very best of frien

  • Title: Sail Away Dragon
  • Author: Barbara Joosse Randy Cecil
  • ISBN: 9780763673130
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Strange, wonderful sights await Girl and Dragon as the inseparable friends journey far across the sea in a third warmhearted and beautifully illustrated tale.Dragon and Girl are the very best of friends, and they share the very same dream to sail to the farthest far away So they set out to sea, Girl sailing on Dragon s back For a year and a day the two friends search upStrange, wonderful sights await Girl and Dragon as the inseparable friends journey far across the sea in a third warmhearted and beautifully illustrated tale.Dragon and Girl are the very best of friends, and they share the very same dream to sail to the farthest far away So they set out to sea, Girl sailing on Dragon s back For a year and a day the two friends search up, down, and around for the faraway place, meeting creatures along the way dolphins, whales, and even some snarly, sword wielding pirates And when Girl and Dragon finally reach the farthest far away, they still share a heart and the very same dream home Randy Cecil s muted, dreamy artwork and Barbara Joosse s softly poetic words cast a comforting spell over imaginative explorers, leaving them safe with the knowledge that however far you go, there is nothing quite like coming home again with someone you love.

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    1. Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book*

      Joosse, Barbara Sail Away Dragon Illustrated by Randy Cecil PICTURE BOOK Candlewick Press, 2017. $15.99 Content: G. A girl and her pet dragon want to find the far-est Far Away that they can. They go on an adventure for a year and a day and finally find a small island that conveniently has a brown sign that says “Far-est Far Away”. They rest and then both decide they want to go home. They travel for another year and a day and get home where they enjoy the comfort of their own beds. This wasn [...]

    2. Brenda

      A girl and her dragon set out on an adventure to the “far-est Far Away” in this whimsical tale. The unique oil painted illustrations enhance the dreamlike quality of this book. Young readers will enjoy the silliness and repetition of the journey, and they will be satisfied with the there and back story structure. I recommend this to public libraries and school libraries, especially if they have the two previous titles Lovabye Dragon and Evermore Dragon by the same author and illustrator.

    3. Ms. Jeane

      I actually like this one much better than the first! It flowed better. I think that if Barbara Joose continues these little girl and dragon books they will continue to be good, I look forward to the next one.

    4. A Allen

      It bothers me that the human character is just called "Girl" and I did not appreciate some of the words used in this book (e.g. "Dragon went a little crazy a little oopsy doopsy daisy"). There is no real lesson and the rhyming/word choice isn't cute. I wasn't a fan of the ending either.

    5. Laura McLoughlin

      Not as good as the first one but better than the second. Some of the overly cute phrasing borders on annoying but I liked the adventure aspect of this one more than the 2nd book.

    6. Benjamin Elliott

      A fairly straightforward "there and back" story. The characters are pleasant, the illustrations do their job, but there isn't a whole lot more to it than that.

    7. K. McDevitt

      You know, just the typical story of a girl and her dragon on a journey. The whimsical story and illustrations showcase their friendship and their dreams. But even though they have great adventures and see many wonderful sights, the story also shows the importance of knowing when it's time to go back home again. Apparently, this is the third in a series? It's a picture book that certainly reads beautifully on its own; I immediately bought their friendship without needing more. But I would certain [...]

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