The Dragon That Ate Summer

The Dragon That Ate Summer After he breaks his collarbone Alastair upset that he cannot go to camp discovers a blue dragon like creature in his mother s garden By the author of Judy Scuppernong Reprint K LJ
  • Title: The Dragon That Ate Summer
  • Author: Brenda Seabrooke
  • ISBN: 9780590469869
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Dragon That Ate Summer
    After he breaks his collarbone, Alastair, upset that he cannot go to camp, discovers a blue dragon like creature in his mother s garden By the author of Judy Scuppernong Reprint K LJ.
    The Dragon That Ate Summer By Brenda Seabrooke,
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  • 637 Comments

  • The dragon that ate summer is my favorite book It s about a young boy who found a dragon in one of his summer at home and name it as Spike Everyday is not easy to keep the dragon hide from family but there also a friend who help him take care the dragon The dragon is a problem maker, follow the little adventure of them in their house where the secret nearly reveal, a destroyed garden, a scary neighbor and This is about their little adventure and investigatment to find the dragonease read if you [...]




  • My mom got this for me when I broke my collarbone, just like the main character It was really an amusing book at the time.



  • I read this book a lot when I was young I don t know why I liked it so much I was low on finding books I liked It was a good story though.




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