Jeremy Thatcher, Dragon Hatcher
ISBN: 0152007482
EAN13: 9780152007485
Language: English
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 0.7" H x 8.4" L x 5.5" W
Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Beloved author Bruce Coville's classic tale about a boy who accidentally hatches a dragon.

Sixth-grader Jeremy Thatcher discovers a strange magic shop he has never seen before. He enters, and his life is changed forever. Buying what he thinks is a marble, he discovers he has really purchased a dragon's egg.

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   Poor Quality
This book was advertised as new. It has written notes in it and pages of yellow highlighted sections. Not only was it incorrectly presented, this could never be presented to anyone as a gift.
   Exciting, solid middle grade fantasy. A classic.
Adventure and mystery, plus the tenderness of the relationship between a boy and his dragon. A must-read for young dragon lovers. I plan to read other titles in Coville's Magic Shop series.
   Jeremy Thatcher...Dragon Hatcher
All children should read it. A little fantasy can hurt you.
   Awesome book. My daughter and I love it
“You can 't blame a cat for being a cat”, we listened to the book on a trip. It resonated with both us. When our cat ate one of our birds. I said, you can 't blame a cat for being a cat ''. At the time, she was 5. She is 31 now, and we both use the you can 't blame a for being '' attitude that grounds the issue and brings the situation in perspective. The perfect thought was created. Thank you for the kind words.
   Great Book for Readers and Listeners, Gr. 3-6
I purchased this as a read aloud book to my fourth year students and used several copies to put it in our school library. The story plays their attentioninterest and entices them and attracts them. They enjoyed reading it individually and in pairs... Bruce Coville is an excellent author who knows how to attract the reluctant reader as well as children with advanced reading skills and vivid conceits...
   A must read for aspiring children
This was the very first book I read in elementary school that opened my eyes and opened my heart to reading.
   A fun little adventure
Definitely not a bad book! I really liked how the world was build-up fairly normal with an underlying air of mystery. The characters, especially Mary Lou, were quite cute. I wish we would have had their personalities develop a bit more, but Ah well. It was only 160 pages long. I was kind of hoping for a bit more adventure, but was quite satisfied with this one.
   Great Book!
I read this as a child and I was glad to be able to find it and add it to my library of children!
   Wonderfully engaging fantasy story that kids and adults can all enjoy
I picked up Bruce Coville's Jeremy Thatcher, Dragon Hatcher on a Whim, hooked by the catchy title and cover art by Tony DiTerlizzi, and found it to be a truly engaging and delightful read, the best kind of fiction because it can be enjoyed by readers of any age. The characters are well developed and believable, especially the ones that become more complex than first thought, as things are revealed about them. The situations are also well thought out, dealing with the problems of dealing with a creature of fantasy suddenly appearing in a boy's life in what we think of as the real '' world. Highly recommended for anyone who likes a good fantasy story in the current day, and a story that deals with things from everyone's childhood, like the joys of discovery and the pain of letting go.
   Childhood favorite
My 5th teacher, Mrs. Schiller, read to our class that book and I love it ever since. I am now a parent, I wanted to read it to my own child, but I couldn t remember the title, just the plot. I searched for the book for a year until I finally stumbled across Coverart. And naturally, I could find it on Amazon. Then I bought this book immediately and my son loved it as much as I did.