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SUMMARY Dragon Boy

Humans are off the menuMontagu Bunsen Burner is a dragon on a diet Which is why when he meets a young boy sobbing in Sherwood Forest he does not barbecue him on th. It was probably 2001 when I read this book I was five years old While I could read before this book I didn t enjoy reading The Dragon Boy by Dick King Smith changed that completely The adventures of Mr and Mrs Bunsen Burner completely changed my attitude towards reading

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Dragon Boy

E spot Instead Montagu takes John home where he becomes an invaluable member of the familyWith his pet wolf by his side John leads an adventurous life And growing. I really enjoyed this book I haven t read a Dick King Smith book in awhile and this book reminded me how much I like his cheeky writing style Especially the family dynamics of the Bunsen Burner familyI loved the literary allusions like to the fable of the Boy Who Cried Wolf And the hint at why King Smith named his boy protagonist John

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Up with dragons in the days of knights and outlaws has some unexpected bonuses all the familiar fun and frictions of family life are given an extra scaly dimension. Read this book ages ago and I still remember awesome it was A wonderful heart warming children s book by Dick King Smith It has a good moral value and lot of action The real beauty of this novel is the way the author has depicted dragons not as scary monsters but as kind heartened animals I used loved these dragons as a kid


10 thoughts on “Dragon Boy

  1. says:

    It was probably 2001 when I read this book I was five years old While I could read before this book I didn't enjoy reading The Dragon Boy by Dick King Smith changed that completely The adventures of Mr and Mrs Bunsen Burner completely changed my attitude towards reading

  2. says:

    I used to love this book so much I just found it on my sister's shelves It used to produce silly amounts of glee I think my favourite thing flicking through it now is that the surname of the dragon family is 'Bunsen Burner

  3. says:

    Lovely children's book by the late great Dick King Smith A story about dragons a young boy and the wonderful adventures in their lives Perfect

  4. says:

    I'm always on the look out for dragon books there's always one or two dragon lovers in each 3rd grade class They want a great story but it can't be too complex as many fantasies are This is a perfect tale though the print is small can't have everything for the dragon readers in my room this year I'm looking forward to sharing it when we return from break

  5. says:

    I really enjoyed this book I haven't read a Dick King Smith book in awhile and this book reminded me how much I like his cheeky writing style Especially the family dynamics of the Bunsen Burner familyI loved the literary allusions like to the fable of the Boy Who Cried Wolf And the hint at why King Smith named his boy protagonist John

  6. says:

    My dad used to read me this book when I was a child It has so much sentimental meaning to me I remember reading the book over and over and enjoying it each and every time Unfortunately somewhere down the line our book became lost and never to be found What I would do to have this book again Maybe I could even read it to my own children some day 5 For being super cute and outrageously funny

  7. says:

    All I remember about this book is that I loved it I was with the boy growing up with dragons hearing their hilarious conversations feeling the wind rush through my hair in all the adventures they got themselves into It was brilliantI bestow five stars for the memory of this tale being clever entertaining and funny

  8. says:

    Read this book ages ago and I still remember awesome it was A wonderful heart warming children's book by Dick King Smith It has a good moral value and lot of action The real beauty of this novel is the way the author has depicted dragons not as scary monsters but as kind heartened animals I used loved these dragons as a kid

  9. says:

    TROGDORDRAGONS

  10. says:

    A very clever book I wish I'd had it as a child

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