The New Kid at School
  • The New Kid at School
  • The New Kid at School
  • The New Kid at School
ISBN: 0448431084
EAN13: 9780448431086
Language: English
Release Date: May 12, 2003
Pages: 112
Dimensions: 0.3" H x 7.5" L x 5.1" W
Weight: 0.15 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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The Dragon Slayers' Academy is back-and it's bigger and better than ever The books have new covers and are now 112 pages long. Expanded from the old 96-page format, they now feature a fun Dragon Slayers' Academy Yearbook at the end of each story, with funny profiles of the faculty, the staff, and, especially, the students of D.S.A. All the things kids want to know about their favorite characters are revealed: their silly nicknames, inner secrets, wildest dreams, and lofty plans for the future
When a traveling minstrel foretells that he is to become a hero, Wiglaf sets out to fulfill his destiny: he signs up at the Dragon Slayers' Academy. But how can he ever hope to be a dragon slayer when he can't even stand the sight of blood?
Illustrated by Bill Basso.

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   "Knock! Knock!" "Who’s there?"
A boy named Daisy is going to a new school at the Dragon Slayers Academy with his pig named Wiglaf. In Latin, Daisy writes. The best friends of Eric are Wiglaf and Angus. And there is a dragon named Gorzil who speaks as well! And that is what the DSA is for, but Wiglaf is afraid of blood. Then he slay the dragon? The final chapter has a TOTAL SURPRISE ENDING! There are galore jokes bad! The book is wonderful and the pictures are perfect. And some of the books are published in other languages as well. The kids would really like it and even the old folks like Mrs Einstein and me would be just fine. Dr Einstein is a doctor of Spanish descent.
 
5
   Fun, Funny & asking for MORE!
This book is fun and engaging as both a read-aloud and an early chapter book and has our children asking for MORE, MORE, MORE! They rip through this exciting series and can not wait to get to the next book to find out what happens to the Oh-so-sweet Wiglaf and his Dragon Slayer Academy friends as they go on Dragon Slaying adventures that often turn out to be quite funny! If you have a reluctant reader and/or a young child who is not yet ready for Harry Potter, this series is sure to grab your child's attention and get them hooked on this series and reading in general. Any book series that has my children wanting to stay up late so that they can read more is a winner for me! I can not recommend this series enough. Try it, you will not be disappointed!
 
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   The New Kid At School
Every year, many of the students in our school are new, some coming from shelters, while some are slumpy move around the city where our school is located. All students can relate to the main character. I can not keep this series on the bookshelves, we have 2 and 3 compies of most titles.
 
5
   "Knock! Knock!" "Who’s there?"
A boy with a pig is going to a new school. Daisy wrote in Pig Latin. Eric and Angus are Wiglaf's best friends. There is a dragon named Gorzil. That is what the DSA is for but Wiglaf is afraid of blood. What could he do? Will he slay the dragon? There are bad jokes in the last chapter. The book and pictures are excellent. Some of the books are also published in other languages. Older people like Mrs. Einstein would like it. There are more than 5 stars. There is a person named Einstein.
 
5
   Fun, Funny & asking for MORE!
The book is fun and engaging and has our kids asking for more, more, more. They can't wait to find out what happens to the oh- so- sweet Wiglaf and his Dragon Slayer Academy friends as they go on dragon slay adventures that often turn out to be quite funny in the next book. If you have a child that is not ready for Harry Potter but is interested in reading, this series is a great way to get them hooked on this series. Any book series that has my children wanting to stay up late so they can read more is a winner. I can't recommend this series enough. You will not be disappointed if you try it.
 
5
   Love it!
I love these books. I read them to my 3 year old. I enjoy the book even though it is a little too advanced for a 3 year old. We are both happy with the situation.
 
5
   Love it!
These books are my favorite! I read them to my 3 year old, while he plays doh with play. He likes to read to me and I enjoy the book even though it is a few steps forward for a 3 year old. We're both happy with the situation.
 
5
   Very quick and fun story for kids
The kid story was about killing a dragon. Definitely worth the read. Simple and fun.
 
5
   Very quick and fun story for kids
It was a fun and wonderful story of a child slaying a dragon. Then it was definitely worth the short read. Very easy to use and fun.
 
5
   Turns out they are super fun (in a ridiculous kind of way) and sometimes ...
I was hesitant to read these with the kiddo because they seem ridiculous. Turns out that they are also pretty good-natured and sometimes wise.
 
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