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"The Reluctant Dragon" is an children's story by Kenneth Grahame, originally published as a chapter in his book Dream Days. It is Grahame's most famous. The Reluctant Dragon by Kenneth Grahame. By: Kenneth Grahame (). Regarded as one of Grahame's most distinguished short stories, the children's. The Reluctant Dragon by Kenneth Grahame and he the book‐learning. They knew that . "None of my books ever told me that dragons purred! "Hullo, dragon!.
English ISBN Book Description This is a classic retelling of "St George and the Dragon" from a well-loved author and a illustrator pairing'Now, dragon,' said the Boy imploringly.
Synopsis This is a classic retelling of "St George and the Dragon" from a well-loved author and a illustrator pairing'Now, dragon,' said the Boy imploringly.
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Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention reluctant dragon year old wind in the willows child boy brought language listen lovely tales funny kenneth. Showing of 33 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Audio CD Verified download. The Reluctant Dragon was his favourite, inspite of the very grown up vocabulary, which did surprise but delight me - I have to say that I thought it was fabulous, and was amazed that this was the tape he requested in preference to the more 'easy listening' options.
Highly recommended. Paperback Verified download. I liked this so much that I simply had to have a copy for myself as well. Brilliant for a small boy who didn't like reading. I brought this for a friends little boy who was having trouble sleeping. He wouldn't stay in bed. I brought this and said he must listen to it at bed time and tell me how the story ends.
He has yet to hear the ending as it relaxes him and he falls asleep before the end. My friend thinks its marvellous. I loved this story as a child. I play audio cd's to my son whilst on long journeys in the car. The language and style is a bit old fashioned. But my son 4 yrs enjoys it and asks questions about some of the unfamiliar terms so must be listening intently. Kindle Edition Verified download. This was a lovely book to read to my 8 year old. The language is old fashioned, so it warranted reading to her to rather than expecting her to read it herself.
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Back to top. Get to Know Us. site Music Stream millions of songs. Plot[ edit ] Illustration from Dream Days by Maxfield Parrish The story takes place in the Berkshire Downs in Oxfordshire where the author lived and where, according to legend, St.
George did fight a dragon. In Grahame's story, a young boy discovers an erudite , poetry-loving dragon living in the Downs above his home.
The two become friends, but soon afterwards the dragon is discovered by the townsfolk, who send for St George to rid them of it. The boy introduces St George to the dragon, and the two decide that it would be better for them not to fight. Eventually, they decide to stage a fake joust between the two combatants. As the two have planned, St George harmlessly spears the dragon through a shallow fold of skin suggested by the dragon, and the townsfolk rejoice though not all of them, as some had placed bets on the dragon winning.
St George then proclaims that the dragon is reformed in character, and he assures the townsfolk that the dragon is not dangerous. So the dragon is then accepted by the people. Reviews[ edit ] One scholar describes the book as "a story about language ", such as the " dialect of the illiterate people", and the "literary aspirations of the dragon".