Dragons: Father And Son by Alexandre LacroixDragons: Father And Son by Alexandre Lacroix

Dragons: Father And Son

byAlexandre LacroixIllustratorRonan Badel

Hardcover | September 5, 2017

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Young Drake the dragon is sent to the local village to cause some mischief and start a fire. But Drake has only ever breathed fire to roast a tasty caterpillar. How will be burn down a whole house? Or a school? Or even an old wooden shack? Has Drake got what it takes to make his father proud?

Dragons: Father and Sonis a funny and moving story about the bonds between fathers and children, with a positive, peaceful message - and all the magic and mayhem you'd hope for in a tale about dragons.
Alexandre Lacroix is the editor ofPhilosophiesmagazine in Paris, where he lives. He has written several novels for adults, butDragons, Father and Sonis his first book for children.Ronan Badel was born in Brittany then spent time in Paris where he worked as a secondary school art teacher. He now lives in Brittany where he writes and ill...
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Title:Dragons: Father And SonFormat:HardcoverDimensions:32 pages, 12.25 × 9.75 × 0.5 inPublished:September 5, 2017Publisher:words & picturesLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1910277258

ISBN - 13:9781910277256

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STARRED REVIEW "The design of the book, along with Badel's illustrations—two-page spreads in which a complete page of elegantly wonky watercolor artwork bleeds into the opposite text page—gives the story an exceptional sense of flow. Drake is pudgily adorable, and the humans...have a Quentin Blake-esque air to them. One of those modest efforts that throws off more light than one might expect from the humble glow of its parts." - Kirkus Reviews