Dragons Are The Worst!
  • Dragons Are The Worst!
  • Dragons Are The Worst!
  • Dragons Are The Worst!
  • Dragons Are The Worst!
  • Dragons Are The Worst!
  • Dragons Are The Worst!
  • Dragons Are The Worst!
  • Dragons Are The Worst!
ISBN: 1534485112
EAN13: 9781534485112
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 7, 2021
Pages: 40
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

Mo Willems meets Bob Shea in this uproariously funny picture book about Gilbert the Goblin from the creator of Unicorns Are the Worst .

Gilbert the Goblin is absolutely, definitely, one-hundred-percent certain that dragons are the worst.

They burn down everything in sight and they hoard all the gold. They melt every ice cream cone within a mile radius, and everyone is afraid of them. But really, it's the dragons who should be afraid of Gilbert and his tremendous goblin power


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We bought the first book a while back and when we saw this one, we had to get it. It is super cute and funny and the kids really enjoyed it. A great fun to read!
   My boys love it!
My 6 year old son had the pleasure of meeting the author, who was a classroom guest and read this book to their class. Every time we read it, the boys have a good laugh. Dragons Are The Worst '' is super cute and we love the funny illustrations.
   My students love these books!
We love dragons are the worst and unicorns are the best! My students now enjoy coming up with their own adventures for Gilbert!
   Not as good as unicorns are the worst
*** Spoilers*** I wanted to love this book because my preschoolers love Unicorns are the Worst. I thought that this book would pick up where the last ended and that the plot would be along the same lines, but is not. In the first book, the Goblin is a little jealous of all the attention that unicorns get, but comes to see their good qualities and end up as friends. In Dragons... he just wants people to think that he is scary, like they think that dragons are. He doesn 't get to know or understand the dragons better. He runs around yelling FEAR ME '' just likes. There are a few Dragon Poop jokes that got a giggle or two, but mostly the book ended in children asking questions about why the Goblin would want people to be scared of him and why the Goblin would think that being scary to people is a good thing. Unicorns... remains a favorite, but we won 't read Dragons... again.