Everyone knows what a dragon looks like

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Four Winds Press, Sep 1, 1976 - Juvenile Fiction - 27 pages
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Because of the road sweeper's belief in him, a dragon saves the city of Wu from the Wild Horsemen of the north.

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Review: Everyone Knows What a Dragon Looks Like

User Review  - Kami - Goodreads

I loved the illustrations and it was a fun story. The Wild Horsemen looked pretty ferocious! (That's a good thing.) And my kids liked it. Read full review

Review: Everyone Knows What a Dragon Looks Like

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I loved the illustrations and it was a fun story. The Wild Horsemen looked pretty ferocious! (That's a good thing.) And my kids liked it. Read full review

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Jay Williams, Ph.D., is a well-known exercise physiologist who trains entertainment industry and corporate professionals at the exclusive Mauni Lani Resort on the island of Hawaii, counseling her clients on diet, exercise, and lifestyle change. She has twenty-six years of health and wellness experience in the spa and fitness industries.

Mercer Mayer has been writing and illustrating books for children for more than forty years. His most recognized character, the lovable and charismatic Little Critter(R), was born in 1975 in the book "Just for You". Mercer's Little Critter has since starred in more than two hundred books and sold over one hundred and fifty million copies. Born in Arkansas, Mercer now lives in Connecticut with his family.

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