The Dragon & the Knight

The Dragon & the Knight

A Pop-up Misadventure

Book - 2014
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A brave knight chases a dragon through the land of fairy tales, speeding through Rapunzel, flying through Aladdin, and blowing through The Three Little Pigs. Through the chase, each fairy tale literally pops off the page in a brand-new, exuberant, and wildly creative book from world-renowned paper engineer Robert Sabuda. Will the knight be triumphant? Jump in and find out!
Published: New York :, Little Simon ;, an imprint of Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing Division,, [2014]
Edition: First edition.
Copyright Date: ©2014
ISBN: 9781416960812
1416960813
Branch Call Number: E SAB
Characteristics: 20 unnumbered pages :,color illustrations ;,23 cm
Alternative Title: Dragon and the knight

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DBRL_KatieL Mar 03, 2018

I both like and dislike this book. The pop up illustrations are wonderful, and the little story they tell is cute. However, I looked at this first as a book with elaborate illustrations, and you can not actually read the book. Granted each page is a different popular fairy tale, and you don't ... Read More »


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DBRL_KatieL Mar 03, 2018

I both like and dislike this book. The pop up illustrations are wonderful, and the little story they tell is cute. However, I looked at this first as a book with elaborate illustrations, and you can not actually read the book. Granted each page is a different popular fairy tale, and you don't need to actually read the text to know the story, but still-my brain sees words and wants to know what they say. The fact that the pop-ups cover so much of the text so you can not read it bothers me.

It is saved by the fact that the knight is a girl, with an awesome ponytail.

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