Happy Birthday, Dear Dragon

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Norwood House Press, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
3 Reviews
A youngster is delighted with his birthday present, especially when it helps him do such things as toast marshmallows. Includes reading activities.
  

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Review: Happy Birthday, Dear Dragon (Modern Curriculum Press Beginning to Read Series) (Dear Dragon Series)

User Review  - Todd Stansbury - Goodreads

No, this books a little boring. I don't really like the rhymes or the story. The pacing is a little off. Definitely feels like a seventies book. Read full review

Review: Happy Birthday, Dear Dragon (Modern Curriculum Press Beginning to Read Series) (Dear Dragon Series)

User Review  - Miri - Goodreads

I'm surprised that these are as popular as they seem to be... Maybe I need to read some of the others. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Margaret Hillert has written over 80 books for children who are just learning to read. Her books have been translated into many languages and have helped children throughout the world learn to read. She first started writing poetry as a child and has continued to write for children and adults throughout her life. As a first grade teacher, Margaret realized that the books available for students just learning to read were beyond their comprehension. She then began to write her easy readers and poetry for children. Her first collection of poetry Father Than Far was published in 1969. Her many awards include the Chicago Children's Reading Round Table Annual Award for outstanding contributions to the field of children's literature. Other honors include the David W. Longe Prize and the Michigan Bookwoman of the Year Award. A teacher for 34 years, she is now retired and lives in Michigan where she continues to write stories and poetry.

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