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by Bill Basso,Kate McMullan
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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    Bill Basso,Kate McMullan
  • ISBN:
    075692832X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0756928322
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  • Publisher:
    Turtleback Books; Turtleback School & Library ed. edition (May 1, 2004)
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
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    1968 kb
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    1101 kb
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    1252 kb
  • Rating:
    4.8
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    771
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When Wiglaf and his pals from Dragon Slayers' Academy meet up with the wizard Zelnoc, all they ask is for a little magic to help them get through the Dark . Only 10 left in stock (more on the way).

When Wiglaf and his pals from Dragon Slayers' Academy meet up with the wizard Zelnoc, all they ask is for a little magic to help them get through the Dark Forest fast. Only 8 left in stock (more on the way).

Book 11 of 20 in Dragon Slayers' Academy (20 Book Series). my grandson loves this series and always tries to guess the outcome and/or how things will work out: much fun!

Book 11 of 20 in Dragon Slayers' Academy (20 Book Series).

Kate McMullan (Author), Bill Basso (Illustrator). Book 13 of 20 in the Dragon Slayers' Academy Series.

Danger! Wizard at Work. Book in the Dragon Slayers' Academy Series). When Wiglaf and his pals from Dragon Slayers' Academy meet up with the wizard Zelnoc, all they ask is for a little magic to help them get through the Dark Forest fast. When Wiglaf and his pals from Dragon Slayers' Academy meet up with the wizard Zelnoc, all they ask is for a little magic to help them get through the Dark Forest fast but that's because they have wings, can fly, and have been turned into dragons And they become the newest students at Dragon Slackers' Academy, a school.

Danger! Wizard at Work! (Dragon Slayer's Academy, Published May 11th 2004 by Grosset & Dunlap. Author(s): Kate McMullan, Bill Basso (Illustrator). Paperback, 112 pages. ISBN: 0448435292 (ISBN13: 9780448435299).

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Dragon Slayers' Academy is a children's book series written by author Kate McMullan and illustrated by Bill Basso, which currently features 20 books

Dragon Slayers' Academy is a children's book series written by author Kate McMullan and illustrated by Bill Basso, which currently features 20 books. The series follows the adventures of a young medieval peasant boy Wiglaf of Pinwick and his two friends, Erica von Royale and Angus du Pangus, as they are educated in the art of dragon slaying at the boarding school, Dragon Slayers' Academy (DSA), run by Angus' greedy Uncle Mordred.

By Kate McMullan Illustrated by Bill Basso. Wizard at Work! When Wiglaf and his pals from Dragon Slayers’ Academy meet up with the wizard Zelnoc, all they ask is for a little magic to help them get through the Dark Forest fast

By Kate McMullan Illustrated by Bill Basso. By Kate McMullan Illustrated by Bill Basso. Part of Dragon Slayers’ Academy. Wizard at Work! When Wiglaf and his pals from Dragon Slayers’ Academy meet up with the wizard Zelnoc, all they ask is for a little magic to help them get through the Dark Forest fast. But unfortunately, Zelnoc’s spells always end with an Oops! Sorry about that! So, yes, the boys are able to travel much faster no. ut that’s because they have wings, can fly, and have been turned into dragons!

Wizard at Work! Chapter 2 Toads and toadstools! shouted a voice. Wiglaf knew that voice. Is that you? nches of a gnarly tree.

Wizard at Work! Chapter 2 Toads and toadstools! shouted a voice. Wiglaf, said Wiglaf. You again! cried Zelnoc. The wizard floated down toward the DSA students. His star-speckled robe fluttered in the breeze. Roaring is wonderful for a wizard’s soul. Makes us feel powerful.

When Wiglaf and his pals from Dragon Slayers' Academy meet up with the wizard Zelnoc, all they ask is for is a little magic to help them get through the Dark Forest fast. But unfortunately, Zelnoc's spells always end with an Oops! Sorry about that! So, yes, the boys are able to travel much faster now. . . but that's because they have wings, can fly, and have been turned into dragons! And they become the newest students at Dragon Slackers' Academy, a school that teaches knight-slaying! This funny turnabout in which the kids from DSA suddenly see life from a dragon's point of view makes a wonderful addition to this popular series!

Ariseym
I love reading this series to our kindergartener and second grader because there's a good amount of humor and not violence and gore despite being about dragon slayers. Our second grader can easily read the books on his own too. This is one of my favorites since the kids turn into dragons and get sent to dragon school where they learn myths about how dragons see humans. Totally adorable.
wanderpool
My children love reading this book. THe oldest (10) sailed through the series just for fun. The Next (8) easily reads and enjoys them. My youngest (6) is now moving through them at a pace that amazes me. They all enjoy the characters and the story line. I have purchased these to give as gifts to family and friends as well.
Uaha
My son loves the series of the DSA. He thinks it is very funny! It helps to encourage him reading!
Rrinel
my grandson loves this series and always tries to guess the outcome and/or how things will work out: much fun!
Manazar
This book is hysterical and cleverly written. The fact that the DSA kids get changed into dragons and end up stuck in dragon school is so fun.
Tar
I set my hopes high and I got What I wanted. I hope y'all enjoy this book because I sure did.
Thabel
My seven year old daughter LOVES this series. She is always telling us about what the characters are doing. She is a fluent reader and I was glad to see that these books have provided her interesting and fun reading.

I would give it five stars if the series included fewer books because I don't appreciate being sucked into the marketing ploy of extending the series so long. This series ends up being nearly $100, and these are not the only books she wants to read.

I would also recommend the "How to Train Your Dragon" series. The books are really different from the movie, much funnier and well written.
and she is so busy trying to keep up w/ schoolwork I just wanted her to have something to look forward to reading so that she would always try to squeeze recreational reading in regardless of being busy and tired--and these do the trick for her. If your child liked/likes the Droon books he/she might like these. My daughter waits impatiently for the next Droon to come out so I search for stuff for her. Not the most challenging for this age group, many of her friends read at a higher level, but for my daughter these do what I hoped they would. She really enjoys them. Good fun read, distilling my conversations with her :)

You know how you just want to read fun stuff sometimes?