- Paperback: 80 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (November 22, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1492339350
- ISBN-13: 978-1492339359
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.2 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,761,404 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Wordsworth and the Dragon Paperback – November 22, 2013
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About the Author
Scotti Cohn is the author of eleven books, including three children's picture books published by Sylvan Dell Publishing and eight nonfiction adult titles published by the Globe Pequot Press. A fourth picture book is scheduled for publication by Sylvan Dell in 2014. Wordsworth and the Dragon is her first fantasy, written for children who are the same age that Scotti was when she realized she wanted to be an author. When Scotti is not writing or doing research, she likes to make jewelry and travel. She lives in South Carolina with her husband, surrounded by cats, books, music, dragons, and sunshine.
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'The Kingdom of Atoz is thrown into a panic when the letter C disappears from the Royal Alphabet. No one can say or write the letter, and it has vanished from all the books in the kingdom.'
I had the pleasure of seeing Wordsworth And The Dragon develop by reading the posts on Scotti Cohn's website for this story, and it was a pleasure to read this book when completed. Scotti Cohn has three children's picture books already published by Sylvan Dell Publishing and she does not disappoint with this, her first fantasy written for children 7 years upwards. The addition of the illustrations by Christina Wald add the finishing sparkle to what is an excellent tale.
This is a delightful narrative about how the letter C is stolen from the royal treasury, housed in the tallest tower in the castle. The people of the kingdom of Atoz find themselves unable to speak or write the letter. So crime becomes rime Sir Clooney becomes Sir Looney. The King sends out his Knights to find the stolen letter C. His Page Wordsworth longs to be a Knight and is convinced that a Dragon must have stolen the letter C from the Royal Alphabet and so he sets out on his own quest to find the Dragon and recover the stolen letter.
In this story Ms Cohn has created fun characters all weaved together to create an exciting adventure that will introduce the young ones not only to magic and friendship but also to how important the letters of the alphabet really are!
I thoroughly recommend this book that will not only delight the young ones but also those parents that wish to share the story with them.
When the royal alphabet letter C was stolen the King wanted to know how as the royal alphabet is three feet tall and made of the heaviest wood in the kingdom, and is guarded night and day in the tallest tower. The King asked Sir Clooney to summon all the knights to hunt down the thief. This was a terrible day for the kingdom of Atoz. People are unable to speak or write the letter. The word crime becomes rime, Sir Clooney becomes Sir Looney, Cookies becomes ookies, and everyone in the kingdom started pronouncing words without a C. And they were making sounds they had not made before.
Wordsworth is convinced that a Dragon must have stolen the letter C from the Royal Alphabet and so he plans out on his own quest to find the Dragon and recover the stolen letter. Was Wordsworth able to find the letter C? Did a dragon really steal the alphabet?
I really enjoyed reading Wordsworth and the Dragon and I think every child will love reading it too. The pencil like illustration by Christina Wald helped bring the story to life. So if you are looking for a book full of adventures, then pick up a copy and take a trip with Wordsworth. I highly recommend this book.
FTC Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. I was not monetarily compensated for my opinion in any way.