"... he heard a strange rumbling noise coming from the kitchen. Then a loud crash. He got there just in time to see a small glacier go right through the kitchen wall, into the living room, and out the front door." (from "The Glacier That Almost Ate Main Street") A glacier that starts in a refrigerator is just one of the weird things that can happen in these twenty-one stories by Highlights for Chi...
Grade Level: 4 - 6
Paperback: 158 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (March 10, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.4 x 8 inches
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r Gene Twaronite. What if you showed up for school one day, but the school wasn't there? What if words suddenly leapt off the page in the book you're reading and floated away? What if the jet you're on is afraid to fly? What if your parents gave you a real live rhino for your birthday? What if a little snake stretched and stretched to become the longest snake in the world? What if dragons really exist somewhere? What if ...? Discover the answers to these and other questions. But be careful. Imagination can be a dangerous thing ... especially if someone closes the book on you while you're inside. While some of these stories were first published in magazines including Highlights for Children and Read (Weekly Reader), many are brand new. So what are you waiting for? Jump right in--have fun with your head!NEW! A Teacher's Guide for Dragon Daily News is also now available as a Kindle book. This 26-page guide offers detailed information from the author on the genesis of each story, its literary "nuts and bolts," and suggestions for students to write their own stories.